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John Beecher

Bruins’ Prospects Show Some Promise in Buffalo

The scout on John Beecher is a bottom-six forward at the National Hockey League level. The Boston Bruins’ first-round pick, 30th overall, in the 2019 NHL Draft has good size at 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds and NHL-level speed. Most prognosticators see the University of Michigan product as a third-line center at best because of a […]

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Can Johnny Beecher Take The Next Step?

Don Sweeney has his fair share of critics regarding his drafting in recent years. Players like Vaakanainen, Senyshyn, and Studnicka haven’t lived up to their expectations, and most blame must be put on Sweeney’s shoulders. People have started to doubt that Beecher will become anything mainly due to his low point totals, which is a […]

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Boston Bruins: Don Sweeney may not be a lock to return to Boston

With the season being closer to its end than the beginning, the focus shifts to teams announcing team management and coaching changes. The Boston Bruins have been toward the top 10 teams for the past decade but have yet to cross the finish line and hoist a Stanley Cup since 2011. Say what you will […]

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Three Bruins Prospects Debut in Providence Bruins’ Win

The Boston Bruins signed several college prospects to either amateur tryouts or entry-level deals as the college hockey season ended. Three newly signed pros debuted Saturday night for Bruins’ American Hockey League affiliate Providence Bruins. The game works provided a glimpse into what the Bruins saw in each of them. The Providence Bruins defeated the […]

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Has the Bruins Recent Drafting Been As Bad As It Seems?

Recently, I tweeted out this stat to Bruins fans: “In the last four #NHL Drafts, the #NHLBruins have made 21 picks. Those 21 players have played a combined 0 NHL games.” It was a Thursday night, and the Bruins were in Seattle waiting for a 10 pm Eastern Time puck drop. I was killing time […]

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Quick Glimpse into the Bruins Future

This past week we have seen a Bruins team that we rarely ever see, one with no Brad Marchand and no Patrice Bergeron on the ice. Of course, this is only temporary due to the 6-game suspension Marchand is facing, and the injury Bergeron sustained. Even though this is temporary, are we getting a short […]

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