Author: Sam Minton

Sam has been covering the Boston Bruins and the NHL since 2016. While he loves hockey, he can’t skate

Boston Bruins: Mason Lohrei Makes NHL Debut

One of the hottest prospects in the Boston Bruins pipeline has made his NHL debut (albeit in the preseason). Defenseman Mason Lohrei made his debut against the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night. The former Ohio State Buckeye played 29:01 minutes while racking up two shots on goal and an assist. In a 4-1 loss where […]

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Boston Bruins Announce Changes To Hockey Operations Staff

The Boston Bruins have made numerous changes to their hockey operations staff. Dan Darrow, Derek MacKinnon, and Milan Jurcina have joined the organization, while John McLean, Josh Pohlkamp-Hartt, and Campbell Weaver have new roles in the organization. Darrow will be serving as an assistant video coordinator after joining the B’s after most recently serving as […]

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Jeremy Swayman On Arbitration: “I Don’t Want To Do It Ever Again”

The arbitration process between the Boston Bruins and goaltender Jeremy Swayman recently came to a conclusion, and Swayman is hoping that it will be the last time he goes through the process. An arbiter ruled that the restricted free agent was entitled to a contract worth $3.475 million. The Bruins requested a salary of $2 […]

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Sebastian Aho Signs Long-Term Extension With Carolina Hurricanes

Sebastian Aho will be staying with the Carolina Hurricanes for quite some time after signing an eight-year contract extension worth $76 million. “Sebastian has developed into one of the best two-way centers in hockey,” Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell said. “He’s a tremendous leader on and off the ice who sets a great example for […]

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Fabian Lysell Aiming To Make Boston Bruins Roster In 2023

Boston Bruins development camp is underway, and one of the prospects who will be getting the most attention is the 2021 first-round selection Fabian Lysell. In Lysell’s first full AHL season, the winger racked up 14 goals and 23 assists in 54 games played. The winger described his season as being filled with “ups and […]

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Boston Bruins: Why Moving On From Bruce Cassidy Is Still The Right Decision

As the Vegas Golden Knights lifted the Stanley Cup in Bruce Cassidy’s first season as head coach, Boston Bruins fans were left wondering if their favorite team made a mistake. Just over a year ago, the Bruins decided to part ways with Cassidy and, in turn, eventually hired Jim Montgomery. What followed seems straight out […]

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Mason Lohrei playing for Ohio State University

Boston Bruins Sign Mason Lohrei To Entry-Level Contract

The Boston Bruins began retooling their roster ahead of the 2023-24 season as they announced that they have signed defenseman Mason Lohrei to an entry-level contract. The deal is for two years and will have an annual cap hit of $925,000 and is a two-way contract. Lohrei spent most of the season playing for Ohio […]

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Gabriel Landeskog at a press conference with the Avalanche

Gabriel Landeskog To Miss Back-to-Back Seasons

The Colorado Avalanche will miss a key pillar of their roster next season. The organization announced on Tuesday that captain Gabriel Landeskog will undergo a cartilage transplant in his right knee. The center is expected to miss the entire 2023-24 season as he recovers from the procedure that will be performed in Chicago by Dr. […]

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Why The Bruins Season Wasn’t A Failure

The Boston Bruins season has come to an end unceremoniously after a record-breaking regular season. Boston finished the 2022-23 regular season with a 65-12-5 record, which amounted to 135 points, a new NHL record. The Bruins were the hottest team in the league and looked unstoppable. David Pastrnak had a career year tallying 61 goals […]

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Brad Marchand at the 2023 Winter Classic

Brad Marchand’s Leadership On Display In 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs

The career of Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand has been one of growth, and the veteran has shown just how far he has come in the opening round of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs. At the beginning of his career, Marchand was a rabble-rouser. He was an annoying thorn in the side of any opponent […]

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