Marc McLaughlin

Bruins’ Roster Announced For Second Preseason Game Tonight

The Bruins kick off their second preseason game tonight when they take on the New York Rangers at home. The Bruins dropped their first preseason game last Saturday, falling 2-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers on the road. Wins and losses during the preseason do not determine a team’s regular season trajectory, so there is no […]

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Bruins Training Camp Battles: Center

The Boston Bruins went into this off-season with plenty of question marks regarding their center depth. Patrice Bergeron was a UFA, and David Krejci had departed the year prior to play in front of family in his home country of Czechia. The Bruins were left with just Erik Haula and Charlie Coyle and both were […]

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Boston Bruins ’22-’23 Season Preview: Forwards

Following a season of disappointment and an offseason that left most fans very uneasy, the Bruins have put together what could be called a “reunion tour.” A Summer mixed with nostalgia stemming from the Rask family vow renewal caused a lot of noise amongst the Boston fan base and some media members. Offseason Changes To […]

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Report: Boston Bruins extend qualifying offers to 3 RFAs

Heading into this year’s off-season, the Bruins had three restricted free agents within the organization that they needed to address. Luckily for the Bruins, these three players all reside in Providence, with two of them receiving call-ups last year. The Bruins are in a tricky cap situation as they entered the off-season with limited space, […]

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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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Could Chris Wagner Provide Depth For 2022 Playoff Run?

With the regular season officially over for the Boston Bruins, it’s time to shift gears to the playoffs. The Bruins are set to open the first round on the road against the Carolina Hurricanes. Game one is set for Monday, May 2nd, as the Bruins look to set the tone early and establish themselves as […]

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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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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: Bruins Coach Bruce Cassidy Frustrated With “Just Not Intelligent Hockey”

Boston Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy typically is candid and to-the-point when discussing his team’s performance in postgame press conferences. But last night, Cassidy took it to another level after a 4-2 loss to the St. Louis Blues at TD Garden Tuesday night. The Bruins have been hampered by injuries lately and were coming off […]

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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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