Atlantic Division

Updates on Boston Bruins From Locker Clean Out Day

Members of the Boston Bruins met with the media Sunday as the players cleaned out their lockers, reflected on the season, and looked ahead to next year. The theme, as is the case with most post-playoff talk, was the injuries sustained in a long, grueling season. There were quite a few Bruins who battled through […]

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NHL Playoffs: Bruins Eliminated From Playoffs, 2-1 Loss | 5/17/2024

In a game where the Bruins were hoping to keep fighting and advancing to the next round, they unfortunately lost 2-1 and were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Bruins fought hard, even though they had many rookies and new players, they were able to stick together and keep moving forward. They’re a group […]

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Pregame Line Projections: Boston Bruins vs. Florida Panthers

With the Boston Bruins coming off a 2-1 Game 5 victory, they will look to survive elimination once more against the Panthers and force a fateful Game 7 in Sunrise, FL. Both teams are making some lineup changes to aim for a win in Game 6. Brad Marchand will return after missing the last two […]

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Kreider Continues to Cement His Legacy As an All-Time Ranger

Mark Messier. Wayne Gretzky. Chris Kreider? That is right, folks. Kreider, 33, joined Hockey Hall of Famers and legends Messier and Gretzky as the only Ranger to score a natural hat trick in a period during the Stanley Cup playoffs. Ranger fans certainly remember when Messier notched his. It was game 6 of the Eastern Conference […]

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Craig Berube hoists the Stanley Cup.

Craig Berube Named Head Coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs have finalized their search for a new head coach hiring former St. Louis Blues bench boss Craig Berube. The 58-year-old has a successful track record and brings a no-nonsense attitude to the team. After days of speculation, it was finally revealed by NHL insider Frank Seravalli that Craig Berube would be […]

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What Would It Take for the Detroit Red Wings to Add Steven Stamkos?

The Detroit Red Wings once again did not make the Stanley Cup playoffs. The 2023-24 Red Wings season ended with a win against the Montreal Canadiens in a shootout. The Washington Capitals defeated the Philadelphia Flyers to eliminate the Red Wings prior to the shootout. I have written that the Red Wings’ roster will be […]

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Opinion: Playoff Intensity v. Intentional Injury

Brad Marchand recently spoke to the media following a two-game absence due to an undisclosed upper-body injury. Mr. Bettman, are we allowed to say the word “concussion”? An injury sustained in what would later be described by officials working the game and the Department of Player Safety as a “hockey play.”  Now, whether the parameters […]

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Tampa Bay Lightning Re-Sign Mitchell Chaffee

With the Tampa Bay Lightning’s season over, general manager Julien Brisebois is focusing on re-signing as many free agents as he can before the start of free agency. It was announced on May 16 that the Lightning have re-signed forward Mitchell Chaffee to a two-year contract worth $800,000 AAV. The deal is one-way, meaning that […]

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NHL Playoffs: Florida Panthers vs. Boston Bruins Game 5 Recap: 05/14/2024

After two games in Boston that have been mired in controversy, the Panthers headed back to Sunrise for Game 5 with a 3-1 series lead. However, just like in round one, the Cats struggled to get going in the series clincher. They were slow to start and had to work themselves into the game, but […]

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NHL Playoffs: Bruins Must Improve in Key Areas To Extend the Series

The Bruins had an amazing first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, fighting until the end to knock the Maple Leafs out and move forward to the second round. However, the Bruins haven’t been doing so well in round two, even with their excellent start to the round, they have seemed to fall apart. To […]

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