Matthew Poitras

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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An Update on The Boston Bruins 2022 Draft Prospects

The first casualty of the 2022 NHL Draft for the Boston Bruins appears to be goaltender Reid Dyck, a sixth-round pick progressing well each season with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League. The Bruins elected not to sign Dyck to an entry-level contract when the deadline for his rights approached on June […]

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An update on Four Injured Boston Bruins

With Game 5 looming between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs, the Bruins saw some progress from four of their injured players. The Bruins are one win away from advancing to the second round of the NHL playoffs and it seems like their depth will be getting a huge boost. Two defensemen and two forwards are either ready to return to […]

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Boston Bruins Make Multiple Roster Transactions

Following yesterday’s game against the Dallas Stars, the Boston Bruins have placed forward Matthew Poitras on Long-Term Injured Reserve, sent forward Oskar Steen to AHL Providence Bruins, and have called up defenseman Mason Lohrei from AHL Providence Bruins. Poitras underwent shoulder surgery at the beginning of February and is expected to miss the remainder of […]

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Boston Bruins Center To Miss Five Months

The Boston Bruins have announced young center Matt Poitras will miss approximately five months recovering from shoulder surgery. The Bruins announced Poitras underwent a shoulder stabilization procedure on Wednesday, February 7th, by Dr Thomas Holovacs at Mass General Brigham Hospital. Related Post: Will Don Sweeney Get Creative at the Deadline? Poitras burst onto the scene […]

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Four Boston Bruins Who Have Exceeded Expectations

Coming off a historic regular season, followed by a crushing first-round playoff defeat to the Florida Panthers, it was hard to set expectations for how the 2023-2024 Boston Bruins would perform. GM Don Sweeney had gone “all in” last season trying to win the Stanley Cup with the additions of Dmitry Orlov, Garnet Hathaway, and […]

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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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Boston Bruins Call Up Mason Lohrei, Matt Grzelcyk Placed On Injured Reserve

The Boston Bruins announced a series of roster moves on Wednesday, and a highly touted prospect is headed to the NHL roster. After the news of Charlie McAvoy’s suspension, Boston recalled Mason Lohrei, Ian Mitchell, and Parker Wotherspoon from the Providence Bruins. With massive holes on the blue line, Lohrei could make his NHL regular-season […]

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Bruins Turning Back The Clock With Early Successes

Boston has found a way to survive an offseason that most would consider abysmal. Krejci and Bergeron retired, and Bertuzzi, Orlov, Clifton, and Hathaway all slipped away during free agency. This accounts for three top-six players, two really good defensemen, and one rougher-edged player who left during free agency. Related Articles: A Celebration Of Patrice […]

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Bruins Rookie Center Earning His Keep

All summer, the Boston Bruins were trying to find replacements for retiring centers Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, and a difficult transition was becoming inevitable. General Manager Don Sweeney signed Morgan Geekie to a two-year contract and picked up Jesper Boqvist to a one-year deal as insurance, but heading into the season with center depth […]

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