Day: June 19, 2023

Bruins Sign Goaltending Prospect To One-Year Deal

Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced Monday that the team has signed goaltender Brandon Bussi to a one-year, two-way contract extension through the 2023-24 season with an NHL salary cap hit of $775,000. Bussi was set to become a restricted free agent on July 1. The 24-year-old netminder played in 32 games for the […]

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Mike Reilly skating for the Boston Bruins

What Does a Mike Reilly Buyout Look Like?

With the Boston Bruins heading into an offseason of cap troubles, carrying a $4.5m bonus overage from the Bergeron and Krejci contracts will be an anchor holding them back. There is no doubt that Don Sweeney will have to get creative and make some moves this Summer. But not all moves need to be a […]

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Dallas Stars defenseman Miro Heiskanen (4) takes a shot on the Los Angeles Kings goalie during the first period at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, November 1, 2022.(Tom Fox / Staff Photographer)

Miro Heiskanen Needs an Enforcer Partner

The Dallas Stars have problems here and there. This week, I’ll explain why I think defenseman and alternate captain Miro Heiskanen needs an enforcer defenseman instead of veteran defenseman Ryan Suter. The Heiskanen-Suter defensive pairing likely won’t work in the long run. Here are three points to consider. Ryan Suter’s a Mismatch for Miro Heiskanen […]

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ECHL: Florida Everblades Season in Review

For the second straight season, the Kelly Cup is staying in Southwest Florida as the Florida Everblades captured their second consecutive Kelly Cup Championship. However, the Everblades weren’t the dominant team like they were when they won the Kelly Cup Playoffs back in 2022. The Everblades finished the 2022-23 season with a record of 38-25-4-5 […]

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Patrick Roy Wants to Coach in NHL Again, at Peace With His Emotional Past

Hall of Fame goalie reflects on Cup wins, “bad choices” Patrick Roy would love to return to coaching in the NHL, but the four-time Stanley Cup-champion goaltending legend says he won’t be sitting by the phone in the days ahead awaiting a call for an interview. “It’s hard for me to get a job because […]

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Fabian Lysell skating in a preseason game for the Boston Bruins

Bruins Top Prospect Likely To Attend First Development Camp

The Boston Bruins will need some of their young, developing prospects to make the step to the National Hockey League soon. This summer’s rookie development camp should shed some light on who might fight for a spot on the Bruins roster this fall. One name that continues to be at the top of the list […]

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