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Author: Connor Green

Managing Editor & Writer for Inside the Rink

Boston Bruins ’22-’23 Season Preview: Defensemen

Now that we have covered the season preview for the forward group in Boston. It is time to turn the attention to how this team plans on keeping the puck out of the net. Coming into the second season with the same defensive core and goaltending tandem could be an advantage for the Bruins. Chemistry […]

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Boston Bruins ’22-’23 Season Preview: Forwards

Following a season of disappointment and an offseason that left most fans very uneasy, the Bruins have put together what could be called a “reunion tour.” A Summer mixed with nostalgia stemming from the Rask family vow renewal caused a lot of noise amongst the Boston fan base and some media members. Offseason Changes To […]

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Player Profile: Max Pacioretty

Max “Patches” Pacioretty was born in New Canaan, Connecticut, on November 20th, 1988. His early years of hockey started with New Canaan High School and transitioned to the Taft Prep School, followed by a stint in the USHL with the Sioux City Musketeers. Pacioretty eventually transitioned to the Hamilton Bull Dogs, where he played three […]

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Breaking News: Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy Fired

Reports from Boston are that Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy has been relieved of his duties. Cassidy has been the bench boss in Boston since February 2017. Cassidy was able to take the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Final in 2019 as the pinnacle of his success in Boston. Don Sweeney released a statement saying, […]

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Bruins: Patrice Bergeron wins 5th Selke Trophy

On Sunday afternoon, the announcement was made by Doug Jarvis. Patrice Bergeron had won his record-setting fifth Selke Trophy. Bergeron earned 160 of 195 possible first-place votes in his landslide victory. In his star-studded 18-year career in Boston, Bergeron has been a Selke finalist 11 times. Bergeron managed to beat out Elias Lindholm(CGY), Aleksander Barkov(FLA), […]

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Player Profile: Mark Stone

Mark Stone was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on May 13th, 1992. Son to Rob and Jackie Stone and brother to Michael Stone of the Calgary Flames. Stone grew up playing midget hockey in Manitoba, where he played in the Telus Cup. Eventually, Stone progressed into his Junior career, where he played for the Brandon Wheat […]

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Player Profile: Jesperi Kotkaniemi

Jesperi Kotkaniemi was born in Pori, Finland, on July 6th, 2000. The name Kotkaniemi has deep roots in the Finnish Elite League. Jesperi’s father, Mikael, has a playing/coaching career totaling over 20 years. Kasperi, his brother, is also playing in Liiga as well. Kotkaniemi played in the Assat program from age 14 to 17 before being […]

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Golden Knights: How do you solve the Cap Crunch

With a Vegas team scraping the cap ceiling, something has to give. The team has just shy of $2m in cap space for the upcoming season with 4-5 roster spots to fill. League minimum for all 4 to 5 players still pushes them over the cap. Someone has to be traded, right? Vegas tried to […]

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Bruins: Could Marchand be a re-tool Trade Chip?

With the future of Patrice Bergeron being seemingly unknown, most people close to the situation feel that Bergeron is leaning more toward retirement than a return season. Once Bergeron finally moves on, the Boston Bruins will be in a precarious situation whenever that may be. Boston’s pursuit of a Stanley Cup has left the cupboard […]

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Bruins: Beecher signs three-year entry-level contract

In an offseason that will be littered with the future of Patrice Bergeron, centers are at the forefront of Bruins fans’ minds. Johnny Beecher will be one of the main focuses for the B’s depth down the middle. Beecher signed a three-year entry-level deal with Boston this morning, marking the beginning of his official professional […]

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