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Boston Bruins

Bruins’ Defensive Prospect Becoming A Workhorse

The Boston Bruins have a long line of great defensemen in their history and one of the league’s top pairs in Charlie McAvoy and Hampus Lindholm. But defensive prospects aren’t quite as plentiful for Boston, especially minor leaguers and college players who are ready to take the next step. This is why the team is […]

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Bruins’ Goaltending Prospect Turning Heads In Providence

The Boston Bruins have been an organization that does not get enough credit for developing and coaching goaltenders over the years. From Tim Thomas to Tuukka Rask, Linus Ullmark to Jeremy Swayman, the Bruins have been able to identify good netminders via the draft, trade, and free agency and continue a solid run of high-end […]

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The Bruins’ MVP At The Quarter Pole

In the sixth round of the 2012 NHL Draft, the Buffalo Sabres selected goaltender Linus Ullmark from MODO of the Swedish Junior League. After playing 117 games for Buffalo and accumulating a winning record on one of the league’s bottom-dwellers. On July 28, 2021, the Boston Bruins saw potential in Ullmark and signed him to […]

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Bruins’ Prospect Shining In The OHL

The Boston Bruins have been looking to develop young centermen to eventually replace two all-time performers in the organization’s 98-year history. The Bruins acquired Pavel Zacha and hoped to sign the center, who is playing mainly wing this season, as the 25-year-old reaches restricted free agency. From there, Boston has its work cut out for […]

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3 Things the Bruins Should Be Thankful For

Boston Bruins fans have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. The team is off to one of the best starts in team history. The Bruins have been as hot as any team in the history of the NHL. Boston is 17-3 and in first place in the Atlantic Division. But their new […]

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Does Patrick Kane Really Make Sense For Bruins?

The Boston Bruins have invested in this year’s team to make one last run at a Stanley Cup for a core that includes veterans Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci. One or both players will likely retire at the season’s end. The time is now to win a second Stanley Cup for a Bruins team that […]

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Bruins’ Late-Round Draft Pick Climbing The Prospect Ranks

When Riley Duran was drafted in the sixth round of the 2020 NHL Draft (182nd overall) by the Boston Bruins, the Woburn, Massachusetts native was beyond ecstatic. To say that the Bruins’ selection was a dream come true was an understatement. Duran has been a diehard fan of the Boston Bruins since he can remember. […]

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The Resurgence of Nick Foligno

The Boston Bruins have turned a page, it seems, and have been the best team in the league all season. Although they have yet to play 20 games, a record of 14-2-0 to start the year is pretty darn good. With contributions from nearly every forward and defenseman and a record-setting 8-0-0 start for Ullmark, […]

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Bruins Captain Leads By Example

It was an eventful weekend for the Boston Bruins organization for all the wrong reasons. The signing of Mitchell Miller to an entry-level contract caused a response for which the team did not seem prepared. Almost surprised by the outcry of criticism regarding the signing of the controversial player, the Bruins were adamant that Miller […]

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A Tribute to Peter McNab

On Sunday, November 6th, Altitude TV and Kronke Sports Entertainment announced that color analyst Peter McNab had passed away. He was 70. McNab was diagnosed with cancer last year but kept covering games throughout his treatment. Hockey was a huge facet of McNab’s life. Born in Vancouver but raised in San Diego, he grew up […]

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