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An Update On Bruins Top Five Prospects As Camp Begins

Training camp has begun for the Boston Bruins, who are transitioning after a shocking first-round exit from the playoffs ended a historic 2022-23 season, and longtime centers Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci retired. There are mixed predictions on what type of team the Bruins will be during the upcoming season. There is still a good […]

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The Bruins Might Solve Center Problems With Young Forward

It is finally that time for the Boston Bruins organization. Longtime centers Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci will not return for another season, and the moment is here when the Bruins have to find a way to replace their top two centers in one off-season. One candidate appears to be forward Pavel Zacha, who played […]

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Two Bruins Prospects Named To AHL All-Rookie Team

Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney signed two college free agents within ten days of each other last spring that turned out to be steals. Western Michigan University goaltender Brand Bussi signed on March 30, 2022, and Ohio State University center Georgii Merkulov inked a deal with Boston on April 9th. Both prospects quickly climbed […]

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Bruins’ Center Prospect Flourishing In AHL

The Boston Bruins prepared for life after Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci by signing center Pavel Zacha to a four-year extension. Since the January 14 deal with the Czech native, Zacha has proved his worth by scoring eight goals and tallying five assists in the 13 games since the $19 million deal was inked. Beyond […]

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Bruins’ Prospect A Big Late Bloomer

The Providence Bruins are 23-8-6-2 on the season and currently sit second in the Atlantic Division, three points behind the Hershey Bears. The Baby Bruins are excelling with balanced scoring and excellent goaltending. Prospects Fabian Lysell, Georgii Merkulov, and Johnny Beecher are getting closer to being National Hockey League players. Marc McLaughlin has been hot […]

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Bruins Prospect Being Eyed By Pro Scouts

For once, the Boston Bruins seem to have some talented prospects in their pipeline. For years the Bruins have relied on a core group of players such as Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Krejci, along with newcomers in David Pastrnak and Charlie McAvoy. Developing and inserting young talent over the last decade, especially the […]

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Report: Bruins Announce Training Camp Roster Moves

The day after completing their second preseason games, the Boston Bruins announced some roster moves as they began to narrow down which players would be heading to Boston for the regular season. In those two games, fans and the organization got to see what the Bruins’ future holds for them as many young players made […]

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Bruins to Shop Streaky Forward

With the Bruins needing to upgrade around the roster, especially at center and defenseman, general manager Don Sweeney will have to get creative. The Bruins lack cap space this offseason and will need to wheel and deal in the trade market to clear space by unloading players who are underperforming or on expiring contracts. The […]

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Sweeney Finds Hidden Gems in this Year’s NCAA Free Agent Signings

There’s no secret about Don Sweeney and how he likes to retool Boston’s prospect pool. In the years since Sweeney took over as the general manager of the Boston Bruins, he has looked repeatedly to the college ranks, whether it be in the draft or signing NCAA free agents once their season comes to an […]

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The Next Wave of Bruins

For the past five seasons, the Bruins’ prospect pool has been in the bottom 5 of the league as they continue to pursue a top seed in the Atlantic. Most Writers and fans agree that the B’s have done a poor job at drafting in recent years, exemplified by the 2015 debacle. Players like Studnicka, […]

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