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Don Sweeney talking at a Boston Bruins press conference

Will Don Sweeney Get Creative at the Deadline?

Since taking over as Bruins GM in 2015, Don Sweeney hasn’t been someone who has been willing to make roster-altering trades in the middle of a season. Now, you may say, “Sweeney has gone out and added plenty of players at the deadline!” that is not what I’m referring to. Outside of his first few […]

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Charlie Coyle’s Rise to Top-Line Center Has Been Exactly What the Bruins Needed

Heading into the 2023-24 season, all eyes were on the Bruins center position after Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci hung up their skates for good. The Bruins would be without Bergeron for the first time in twenty years, leaving plenty of question marks down the middle. They knew they had Charlie Coyle and Pavel Zacha […]

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Bruins Captain Returns to Old Form

When all is said and done, the all-time Boston Bruins greats list will include left-wing Brad Marchand. The “Little Ball of Hate” has been a 5-foot-9 spark plug for Boston since being drafted in the third round of the 2006 NHL Draft. Marchand began his pro career with a Stanley Cup in his rookie season […]

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Canucks Off to Blazing Start

There have been a lot of surprises to start in the NHL this season. The Anaheim Ducks are currently on a six-game winning streak. The Boston Bruins currently have the second-best record in the league despite losing the likes of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, and even though they have the likes of Connor McDavid and […]

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Red Wings Game 9 Preview

GAMEDAY PREVIEW Game 9: Detroit Red Wings vs. Boston Bruins & Projected Line Combos

The Detroit Red Wings will look to get back on track tonight against the Boston Bruins.

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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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Poitras Impresses in First NHL Opportunities

With the offseason departures of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, the Bruins had difficult questions to answer regarding their lack of depth at the center position to start the 2023-2024 season. While the Bruins brought in some additional depth pieces in Morgan Geekie, Milan Lucic, and Jesper Boqvist, the lineup itself was still uncertain. Who […]

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Bruins Place Two Players On Waivers

Following the Bruins final preseason game, Jim Montgomery told the media they weren’t rushing into any roster decisions. On Saturday, the Bruins placed Jakub Zboril, Oskar Steen, and Jesper Boqvist on waivers for assignment to the AHL Providence Bruins. Today, Boston placed Patrick Brown and AJ Greer on waivers for assignment. Related Article: 3 Things […]

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Brad Marchand Compares Matthew Poitras To NHL Star

Matthew Poitras has been making a name for himself this preseason, but the 2022 Draft Pick is earning an impressive comparison from the captain of the Boston Bruins. Prior to Tuesday’s preseason loss, Brad Marchand spoke to reporters and compared the 19-year-old to one of the league’s top players. Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner […]

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The Boston Bruins Can Win With a Defense-First Approach This Season

The Boston Bruins have been one of the most discussed NHL teams this offseason. After their record-breaking season in 2022-23, shocking early exit from the playoffs, and numerous roster changes in the offseason, the questions are aplenty heading into 2023-24. It’s almost certain the Bruins won’t be as insanely good as they were last season, […]

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