Author: Sam Minton

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

David Pastrnak’s Poetic 1st Round Finish

After being absent for most of the Boston Bruins 1st Round series against the Toronto Maple Leafs, David Pastrnak returned to his usual form in Game 7; scoring the game-winning goal on Saturday evening. Overall it was a solid series for the winger as Pastrnak ended the 1st round with three goals and two assists, […]

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Why Boston Bruins Should Stick With Jeremy Swayman

Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery will make the most important decision of the 2024 season ahead of Game 6 when he decides who will start in net for the B’s. There’s only one answer. 2024 has been the season of Jeremy Swayman. The goaltender went 25-10-8, his best record as a pro. He also […]

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Brock Boeser’s Historic Hat Trick Puts Another Dagger In Predators

Brock Boeser has been tearing it up for the Vancouver Canucks all year, and in the playoffs, the production hasn’t stopped. With the Nashville Predators possessing a 3-1 lead with less than 3 minutes left in the game, the 27-year-old put the team on his back and ensured that they would Tennesse with a win. […]

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Linus Ullmark Injury Is Critical Moment For Boston Bruins

Linus Ullmark left the Boston Bruins game with the Arizona Coyotes with a lower-body injury. While the severity of the injury is unclear, how the goaltending situation is handled moving forward will show if Jim Montgomery is the right man for the job and determine the team’s success now and in the future. Boston has […]

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Danton Heinen Flourishing In Boston Under Jim Montgomery

Danton Heinen has changed a lot as a hockey player over the years. The forward is in his second stint with the Boston Bruins after beginning his career with the organization after being drafted in the fourth round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. In his first stint in Boston, Heinen tallied 34 goals and […]

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Boston Bruins Poking Around Patrick Kane

The Boston Bruins are reportedly poking around Patrick Kane as they look to bolster their depth for a Stanley Cup run this season. On the 32 Thoughts podcast, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman discussed that the Bruins have “poked around” the NHL veteran. “There’s a couple teams out there who suspect that Boston might be another team […]

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Boston Bruins Call Up Mason Lohrei, Matt Grzelcyk Placed On Injured Reserve

The Boston Bruins announced a series of roster moves on Wednesday, and a highly touted prospect is headed to the NHL roster. After the news of Charlie McAvoy’s suspension, Boston recalled Mason Lohrei, Ian Mitchell, and Parker Wotherspoon from the Providence Bruins. With massive holes on the blue line, Lohrei could make his NHL regular-season […]

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Brad Marchand Compares Matthew Poitras To NHL Star

Matthew Poitras has been making a name for himself this preseason, but the 2022 Draft Pick is earning an impressive comparison from the captain of the Boston Bruins. Prior to Tuesday’s preseason loss, Brad Marchand spoke to reporters and compared the 19-year-old to one of the league’s top players. Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner […]

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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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