John Beecher

I Know What the Bruins Are Doing This Summer

As a kid, you couldn’t wait for Summer Vacation, counting down the school days until you were FREE. As Bruins fans, the off-season came earlier than we’d hoped, and with summer right around the corner, I thought I could dispense some advice to our beloved hockey team about how they should spend their summer vacations. […]

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NHL Playoffs: Jim Montgomery Needs This Lineup for Game 6

“We just weren’t good enough…simple as that.” Boston Bruins Head Coach Jim Montgomery was contrite and honest after a disappointing 3-2 Game 5 loss in overtime to the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden in Boston on Tuesday night. The Bruins and their fans had flashbacks of the last postseason when the Florida Panthers took […]

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Don Sweeney talking at a Boston Bruins press conference

Will Don Sweeney Get Creative at the Deadline?

Since taking over as Bruins GM in 2015, Don Sweeney hasn’t been someone who has been willing to make roster-altering trades in the middle of a season. Now, you may say, “Sweeney has gone out and added plenty of players at the deadline!” that is not what I’m referring to. Outside of his first few […]

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Boston Bruins Poking Around Patrick Kane

The Boston Bruins are reportedly poking around Patrick Kane as they look to bolster their depth for a Stanley Cup run this season. On the 32 Thoughts podcast, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman discussed that the Bruins have “poked around” the NHL veteran. “There’s a couple teams out there who suspect that Boston might be another team […]

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Player Profile: John Beecher

John Beecher was born on April 5, 2001, in Elmira, New York. As a 15-year-old, the big forward played at the Salisbury School in Salisbury, Connecticut, and scored 12 goals with 12 assists in 30 games during the 2016-17 season. During the following season, Beecher joined the United States National U17 team and flourished. In […]

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Stars Fall 3-2 to Bruins, Despite Late Heroics

The Dallas Stars welcomed the Boston Bruins to the American Airlines Center for Military and Veterans Appreciation Night. The Stars fell to the Bruins 3-2 on Monday, despite Wyatt Johnston’s and Joe Pavelski’s late-game heroics. Dallas fell to 7-3-1 and lost two games in a row, while Boston improved to 10-1-1 and avoided a two-game […]

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Bedard Scores First NHL Goal in Loss to Bruins: Five Takeaways

In their second game of the season, the Chicago Blackhawks took on the Boston Bruins last night at TD Garden. In a passive showing, the Blackhawks fell to the Bruins 3-1. Here are five things to know about last night’s game.  1. Connor Bedard took our breath away twice In only his second game, the […]

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Bruins Place Two Players On Waivers

Following the Bruins final preseason game, Jim Montgomery told the media they weren’t rushing into any roster decisions. On Saturday, the Bruins placed Jakub Zboril, Oskar Steen, and Jesper Boqvist on waivers for assignment to the AHL Providence Bruins. Today, Boston placed Patrick Brown and AJ Greer on waivers for assignment. Related Article: 3 Things […]

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Bruins 2019 First Round Pick Showing His Value

He prefers to be called “Johnny,” but the way John Beecher is playing during Boston Bruins training camp, the former Michigan Wolverine can be called whatever he wants. Beecher is currently seizing an opportunity that is right there for the 6-foot-3, 220-pound center. The Elmira native was a first-round draft pick (30th overall) by the […]

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Nosek Set To Miss Significant Time With Foot Injury

Everything has been going right for the Boston Bruins this season as they sit on top of the NHL with a 36-5-4 record and 76 points. After dealing with injuries to begin the season and overcoming missing Charlie McAvoy, Matt Grzelcyk, and Brad Marchand, the Bruins have been relatively healthy until now. It all started […]

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