Anton Stralman

Flexibility is a Priority for the Bruins

Coming into the 2022-23 season, the Bruins were riding high as Patrice Bergeron, and David Krejci returned to the lineup for what felt like the final ride. Expectations were mixed, and many were unsure of what to expect from this team. Now 37 games into their year, the Bruins have shown us a Stanley Cup […]

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Report: Mike Reilly Isn’t The Only Defenseman In Boston Being Shopped

For a team that’s first in the NHL with a 23-4-1 record and 47 points, there has undoubtedly been a lot of trade talk surrounding the club as of late. Many reasons have attributed to this, and now it all makes sense. First, Don Sweeney has to go all in this season; with this possibly […]

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Winnipeg Jets Interested In Bruins Forward

The Bruins have been up against the cap since the summer as they had no serious money to work with. Somehow, general manager Don Sweeney has made it work between LTIR and sending players through waivers to the AHL. The Bruins still must clear money to be compliant by the end of the season, as […]

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Was Stralman Even Needed in Boston?

When the Bruins opened training camp for the 2022-23 season, they knew they would be dealing with injuries early on. Charlie McAvoy, Matt Grzelcyk, and Brad Marchand were all set to begin the season on the shelf as they recovered from offseason surgeries. With two of their top four defensemen set to miss significant action, […]

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Player Profile: Anton Stralman

Anton Stralman was born on August 1, 1986, in Tibro, Sweden. As a 16-year-old, Anton played in his native Sweden for Skovde IK and then Timra IK with former NHLer Frans Nielsen. Stralman would play for the Swedish U-20 team in the World Junior Championships from 2005-07, with many players playing in the National Hockey […]

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Report: Montgomery Gives Update On Brandon Carlo Injury

Already down two defensemen to start the season due to injury and a third dealing with visa issues, the Bruins suffered another loss to their blue line on Saturday. Brandon Carlo left the game against the Arizona Coyotes in the first period and did not return. Watch the play here: While the hit was clean, […]

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Report: Bruins Defenseman Set to Make His Return From Injury

The Bruins opened the season with three starters set to miss significant time due to offseason surgery. Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and Matt Grzelcyk all went under the knife to repair nagging injuries that kept them from competing at 100 percent during parts of last season. Grzelcyk addressed a right shoulder injury that required an […]

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Breaking: Bruins Sign Anton Stralman to One-Year Contract

The Bruins are set to kick off their 2022-23 season tomorrow night against the Washington Capitals. Today they finalized their roster as they get ready to make a run at the Stanley Cup. This training camp, the Bruins had one player invited to camp on a Professional Tryout. Defenseman Anton Stralman was brought in to […]

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Bruins Place Three Veterans On Waivers

On Sunday, the Boston Bruins waived three veteran players as the team looks to get salary cap complaint before Monday’s 5 pm Eastern time deadline. Left-wing Nick Foligno, right-wing Chris Wagner, and defenseman Mike Reilly were all placed on waivers. Any team can now claim any of these players and assume their salaries. Foligno was […]

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Report: Bruins Defenseman Ahead of Schedule with Injury Rehab

To start the 2022-2023 season, the Boston Bruins were planning to be down three starters, and after a preseason game, that total has climbed to four. The injury troubles started with Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and Matt Grzelcyk, who are all recovering from offseason surgery. The list now includes Taylor Hall who exited last Saturday’s […]

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