Boston Bruins

Colorado Avalanche Sign Former Bruins’ Forward to One-Year Deal

Anton Blidh was unhappy with how he was used with the Boston Bruins last season. On Wednesday, the former sixth-round pick decided to try another team. The Colorado Avalanche signed Blidh to a one-year, one-way 750,000 contract for 2022-23. The 27-year-old forward will have a chance to crack the defending Stanley Cup champions’ lineup in […]

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5 Bruins who will be relied upon to step up early in season

With the regular season just a couple of months away, the Bruins roster has taken shape and the beginning of the season looks to be rough for the Bruins. Even if Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci eventually sign, the Bruins will still have holes in the roster due to injuries. There is still no timetable […]

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Bruins Sign Former Third Rounder to Entry-Level Deal

Boston Bruins’ fans have been waiting for the potential signings of Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, and newly-acquired Pavel Zacha. In the meantime, the team has been signing depth pieces and top prospects, and on Monday, the club announced the signing of former 2021 third-round draft pick Brett Harrison to a three-year, entry-level contract. The annual […]

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Will Jack Studnicka Finally Break Through?

If you are a Bruins fan, this offseason probably hasn’t gone as you hoped. The B’s center-depth is up in the air as of right now, with no accurate word of when deals will get done. Krejci sightings in Boston and the Zacha trade with New Jersey have subverted the prospect of having Bergeron return. […]

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Penguins Re-Sign Danton Heinen to One-Year Deal

The Pittsburgh Penguins did not offer a contract to restricted free-agent forward Danton Heinen earlier this month. Still, Wednesday, the team announced a one-year, one-way deal with Heinen with an average annual value (AAV) of $1 million per year. The former fourth-round pick (116th overall) of the Boston Bruins scored a career-high 18 goals with […]

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Seattle Kraken Re-sign Former Bruin to One-Year Deal

When the Seattle Kraken did not offer Ryan Donato a contract earlier in the month, it seemed like the former Boston Bruins’ draft pick would be looking for his fifth NHL team in six years. But on Wednesday, the team announced the signing of the Boston, Massachusetts native to a one-year deal worth an average […]

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Edmonton Oilers Hire Former Bruin as Assistant Coach

The Edmonton Oilers announced hiring new assistant coach Mark Stuart on Wednesday. Stuart was an assistant at his alma mater Colorado College in 2021-22. This will be the former NHL defenseman’s first NHL coaching job. Stuart will assist Oilers’ Head Coach Jay Woodcroft with fellow assistants Glen Gulutzan and Dave Manson. Stuart was an assistant […]

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Contracts that are comparable to what the Bruins should pay David Pastrnak

There’s no question that David Pastrnak is in for a massive raise from his current $6.67 million a year. The question that does surround the situation is how much are the Bruins willing to pay and what is the number Pasta has in mind. Pastrnak has one year remaining on his current contract, and both […]

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Opinion: Why It Is Okay The Devils Lost Out On Matthew Tkachuk

The Attempts The Devils have endured a positive off-season. Just like in past years, Tom Fitzgerald has made attempts to improve his squad. It has backfired a few times with Corey Crawford retiring and Jonathan Bernier needing hip surgery. Fitzgerald won the off-season with Dougie Hamilton, but unfortunately, the Devils remained in the league’s basement.  […]

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Report: Two Bruins’ Prospects invited to the U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp

For a prospect pool that was just ranked one of the worst in the NHL, the Bruins got some good news about two of their prospects. After completing successful freshmen seasons in the NCAA, two Bruins prospects will continue their development as they have been invited to the United States Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp. […]

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