Josh Brown

Bruins defenseman leaving for the Coyotes

The Arizona Coyotes have signed defenseman Josh Brown to a two-year contract, general manager Bill Armstrong announced Wednesday. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.  “We are excited to have Josh join the Coyotes,” said Armstrong. “He is a big, strong, physical defenseman who will add experience and toughness to our blue […]

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Maple Leafs: Top 5 Potential Free Agent Targets

We are now less than one month away from the draft, and rumors around the league are heating up. There have been many rumors around the Maple Leafs and their attempt to try and clear some cap space for the coming off-season, mainly around trading away Jake Muzzin, Petr Mrazek, and even Justin Holl to […]

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Boston Bruins’ Game 5 Lineup Update

Tonight the Bruins will take on the Carolina Hurricanes on the road for what could be the biggest game of the series. With the series tied at 2-2, tonight’s winner can shift the momentum into their favor. Carolina won the first two games of the series at home before Boston took games three and four […]

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Report: Bruce Cassidy Changes Things Up As He looks to Get Bruins Back on Track

When the Bruins take on the Ottawa Senators tonight, they will look to get back on track and secure a win after two tough losses against playoff teams. The main problem for the Bruins has been the loss of key players during injury and a lackluster power-play that seems not to be operating like a […]

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Report: Bruce Cassidy Shakes up Lines Due to Injuries

As the Boston Bruins gear up for a matchup with the red got St. Louis Blues tonight, all eyes will be on the Bruins lineups, especially the defensive pairings. In the wake of multiple injuries to the defensive core, Head Coach Bruce Cassidy has gotten creative as he is short two of his regular top-four […]

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Opinion: Five Concerns The Bruins Are Facing Heading Into The Postseason

The Boston Bruins head into the final stretch of the regular season fighting for playoff positioning in the Atlantic Division. Boston’s opponent in the first round of the playoffs could be one of a few teams at this point. Regardless of who that is, the Bruins will have a tough challenge ahead of them. Before […]

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Marc McLaughlin & Josh Brown Shine In Bruins Debut

Having the privilege to suit up in the black and gold, representing Boston and all of New England, is an honor. Whether you’re a newly acquired player in a trade, free-agent signing, or draft pick, being a part of the history of such a storied franchise that was one of the original six teams in […]

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Do the Bruins Have Enough Grit and Toughness for a Long Playoff Run?

As the Bruins gear up for another playoff run thanks to a hot streak that has seen them go 14-2-1 in their last 17 games, many have wondered if this team has what it takes to go all the way. Of course, the Bruins have the scoring, not just from their top line but their […]

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Opinion: Erik Haula And Charlie Coyle Are the Center Of Attention For The Bruins

When David Krejci decided to leave the Boston Bruins and head back to play in his native Czech Republic last off-season, the Bruins immediately needed a second-line center. Krejci had been in a full-time role with Boston since the 2007-08 season. Captain Patrice Bergeron is entering the last year of his contract, and Charlie Coyle […]

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Quick Glimpse Into the Bruins Playoff Positioning

With March coming to an end, we have seen the NHL trade deadline come and go as regular-season games dwindle. The standings are beginning to take shape, determining which eight teams from each conference will make a Stanley Cup playoff berth. The Bruins, who sit at 83 Points, have 19 games remaining on the season […]

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