Brad Marchand

Brad Marchand Named Captain of the Boston Bruins

In a move that has left Boston Bruins fans buzzing with excitement, the storied franchise has named Brad Marchand as the captain for the 2023-24 NHL season. This decision marks a significant moment in the team’s history, as Marchand becomes the 22nd captain in Bruins’ history, succeeding Patrice Bergeron, who served as the team’s leader […]

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For Boston, It’ll Be Win by Committee This Year

The Boston Bruins kicked off their 2022-23 campaign without Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy. Both of whom were recovering from off-season surgery. Many predicted a decline in team production due not only to their absence but also for sporting a roster aged a year and not much sexier than a year prior, lest we forget […]

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Brad Marchand at the 2023 Winter Classic

The Bruins Are Brad Marchand’s Team Now

Brad Marchand has spent the last 14 seasons developing into one of the top left wings in the National Hockey League. The pesky forward has gone from a league pest who crosses the line at times, much to the chagrin of opposing teams and their fans, to maturing into a threat to score every night […]

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Picking a Captain for Every NHL Team Without One

Heading into the 2023-24 NHL season, ten teams currently do not have an official captain. That number could change before the season starts, but most of those teams likely will not have a captain this year. NHL teams are not required to name a captain, but what if they were? Who would be the best […]

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Boston Bruins' Jeremy Swayman (1), Charlie McAvoy (73), Hampus Lindholm (27) and Brandon Carlo (25) celebrate after defeating the Columbus Blue Jackets during an NHL hockey game, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

Boston Bruins 2023-24, a Positive Perspective

Never has a rollercoaster derailed quite like the Boston Bruins’ 2022-23 season. Blessed with extraordinary goaltending, an embarrassment of riches offensively, and a rock-solid defensive core, all of which was blown to smithereens by a 92 point Florida Panthers team that eked their way into the playoffs due, in large part, by a Pittsburgh Penguins […]

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Boston Bruins: Hall’s Money Well Spent

After sending Taylor Hall and Nick Foligno to Chicago last week, many fans had hoped that Tyler Bertuzzi signing in Boston would be the end result. I had my doubts that I also wrote about, and ultimately, Bertuzzi ends up in Toronto. Many fans have been up in arms about that, desperate for a Bertuzzi-like […]

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What History Shows The Bruins At Pick 92

Barring a trade to acquire a higher draft pick, The Boston Bruins head into the 2023 NHL Entry Draft without a first or second-round pick. The Bruins used their first-round pick in a trade with Washington for defenseman Dmitry Orlov and forward Garnet Hathaway. Then they traded their second-round pick in part of a package […]

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Opinion: Signing Tyler Bertuzzi Means Moving Brad Marchand

About 360 days ago if you said that Bruce Cassidy would be a Stanley Cup champion in 2023 fans would be celebrating down Causeway. So long as you didn’t mention he would be coaching the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Well, that wasn’t how it was supposed to go now was it? Back in New England […]

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Bobrovsky’s Strong Play Bodes Well for The Future

When the Florida Panthers signed then-unrestricted free agent goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky to a seven-year, $70 million contract on the first day of free agency in 2019, a lot was expected of the man they call Bob. Before joining the Panthers, Bobrovsky, 34, was considered an all-world goaltender. He won the Vezina Trophy in 2013 and […]

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Player Profile: Jordan Binnington

St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Binnington has lovers, haters, fans, and non-fans. But, no matter your opinion, he’s a competitive and fiery goaltender — and you can’t deny it. If that makes him the NHL’s biggest villain, so be it. Jordan was born on July 11, 1993, to parents […]

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