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Former Boston Bruins Defenseman Might Become Available Again

When defenseman Torey Krug left the Boston Bruins on October 9, 2020, many Bruins fans were upset by the team losing a core member who had helped the team to two Stanley Cup Final appearances. However, the salary cap hit at the time was a steep $6.5 million and the Bruins had offered Krug a […]

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Player Profile: Justin Brazeau

Justin Brazeau was born on February 2, 1998, in New Liskeard, Ontario, and played with the New Liskeard Cubs Midget AAA team for three seasons. Overall, Brazeau played 70 games and scored 31 goals with 65 assists and contributed seven goals and 11 assists in 14 playoff games. Brazeau would move on to the Ontario […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Make Early Moves Before Free Agency

As the Stanley Cup Finals conclude and the official NHL offseason is less than a month away, the Carolina Hurricanes have made the most of an early playoff exit. In three days, the organization has allegedly hired a new GM, re-signed one of their top defensemen, and are in contract talks with another.

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Winnipeg Jets Linked to Hurricanes Restricted Free Agent

The Nikolaj Ehlers talk is in full swing and the Winnipeg Jets are certainly attempting to map out the best possible outcome for the team and the player. Talks of strong interest from the Jets in a current restricted free agent (RFA) out of Carolina have only doused this fire with more gasoline. Martin Necas’ […]

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Is Columbus Blue Jackets’ Star a Fit With the Boston Bruins?

The Columbus Blue Jackets and forward Patrik Laine have agreed to mutually part ways as the team has given the 6-foot-5, 210-pound right wing to seek a trade. Laine, when healthy, is one of the most talented scoring forwards in the National Hockey League. However, the Finnish forward has battled injuries and a stint in […]

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2024 NHL Draft Prospect Profile: Teddy Stiga

The Scouting Report: In the USA Hockey National Team Development Program, identifying a player who mirrors winger Teddy Stiga’s dedication can be quite challenging. Stiga is gaining recognition for his persistent effort and unwavering resolve. Despite his 5-foot-10 stature and 177-pound weight, he relies on his other abilities to thrive, as he cannot depend solely […]

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How Can the Boston Bruins Use Their $21.2 Million in Cap Space?

The NHL has announced a salary cap increase next season to $88 million per team. The Boston Bruins currently have $21.2 million in cap space per CapFriendly, with the eventual signing of restricted free agent Jeremy Swayman waiting in the wings. The Bruins’ General Manager, Don Sweeney, is also hunting for a center, a scoring […]

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Utah Hockey Update: Smith Entertainment Group Announce Name, Colors, and Jerseys for 2024-25 Season

The NHL in Utah train has finally reached it’s penultimate station – a first year name, with a color scheme and jersey appearance attached just in time for their sixth overall selection at the 2024 NHL Entry Draft. The Utah Hockey Club’s color scheme is rock black, salt white, and mountain blue, with a primarily […]

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NHL: Deaths of Two Russian Hockey Players Brings Heightened Awareness to Mental Health

Roman Zyryanov, an 18-year-old Russian hockey player, tragically took his own life earlier this week, marking the second such incident involving a young hockey player in recent weeks. Zyryanov participated in the Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod program for three seasons, spanning from U16 to U18. Regrettably, this is the second loss of a player within the […]

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Physical Canucks Center Could Be A Good Fit For Boston Bruins

There is no denying that the Boston Bruins‘ number one need is top-six center. Since the departures of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, Pavel Zacha and Charlie Coyle have performed admirably, however, this glaring void reared its ugly head again this postseason when Zacha and Coyle combined for two goals in 13 playoff games. Without […]

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