Bruins Alumni Birthday: October 12th, Adam McQuaid

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

On January 17, 2021, Adam McQuaid announced the end of his playing career in the NHL. McQuaid played 12 seasons in the NHL for three teams, nine of those seasons with the Boston Bruins. On October 12, McQuaid will be celebrating his 35th birthday. McQuaid was a defenseman not known for his scoring ability.

However, he made

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Bruins Forward Brad Marchand: From Rat to Superstar

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow me on Twitter: @Rduffy26

The Rat, Little Ball of Hate, Weasel, and Nose Face Killah. These are just a few of the many nicknames Brad Marchand has received throughout his twelve-year NHL career. These nicknames were attributed to him due to his on-ice antics, from cheap shots early in his career to licking and

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Boston Bruins: What Patrice Bergeron’s Future Contract Could Look Like

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By: Sam Minton | Follow me @sam_minton22

All of the recent chatter surrounding the Boston Bruins has to do with a particular player’s comments on his contract. Could this be the last season that Patrice Bergeron plays in Boston?

At the 2021 Boston Bruins Foundation Golf Tournament, the captain said that he isn’t focused on the future and will play out the rest of his contract.

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Anderson: I Don’t Think Patrice Bergeron is Leaving the Bruins

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @dairybeast

Since 2003, Patrice Bergeron has only pulled on the black and gold Boston Bruins uniform (apart from international and all-star competitions). He rose up through the ranks and became one of the most underrated players in the entire league. He then surpassed his underrated status and became properly recognized as one of the best

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Rumor: Boston Bruins linked to P.K. Subban

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By: Sam Minton | Follow me on Twitter @sam_minton22

The Boston Bruins are linked to a familiar face. Former Montreal Canadian and current New Jersey Devils defensemen P.K. Subban could be making his way to TD Garden.

According to Boston Hockey Now’s Jimmy Murphy, the B’s have checked in on the veteran defensemen on multiple occasions. A key part of this is the fact that

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Bruins Alumni Birthdays: August 20th Ed Sandford

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Edward Michael Sandford, born on August 20th, 1928, was a professional hockey player who played for the Boston Bruins from 1947-1955. Sandford was an outstanding hockey player for the Bruins and even served as the Bruins team captain during the 1954-1955 season after Milt Schmidt retired the prior season. In his eight seasons with Boston, Ed played 442

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Beyond The Ice: Bruins Kevan Miller

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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on Twitter @pastagrl88

He is one of the toughest competitors in Hockey East, and his leadership qualities are exceptional. Kevan has the team very focused going into the season.”

Coach Kevin Sneddon of the Vermont Catamounts

Not much has changed from his college days playing on the men’s hockey team at the University of Vermont to

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Bruins Patrice Bergeron Wins Messier Leadership Award

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By: Connor Green | Follow Me On Twitter @connorgreen777

Patrice Bergeron takes home his first award of the off-season, the Mark Messier Leadership Award. MMLA is awarded to the players who best exemplify leadership on the ice and grows the game off the ice by inspiring boys and girls in his community and throughout the hockey world.
After being what some may call

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Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game 7 SCF

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

For the first time since 1972, the Boston Bruins have a chance to hoist the Stanley Cup. Lots of storylines heading into this game; Mason Raymond would be out for Vancouver after getting injured in game six, this was most likely Mark Recchi’s final game in the NHL, this was the first game seven

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Bruins Patrice Bergeron Named Finalist for Selke Trophy

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter @zcarlone21

Bruins first-year captain Patrice Bergeron has further enshrined his legacy as one of the best two-way players ever to play the game, as the 35-year-old was announced as a Frank J. Selke Trophy finalist for the tenth straight season. The Selke Trophy is awarded every year to the forward who best exemplifies the defensive

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