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Patrice Bergeron

The Bruins’ MVP At The Quarter Pole

In the sixth round of the 2012 NHL Draft, the Buffalo Sabres selected goaltender Linus Ullmark from MODO of the Swedish Junior League. After playing 117 games for Buffalo and accumulating a winning record on one of the league’s bottom-dwellers. On July 28, 2021, the Boston Bruins saw potential in Ullmark and signed him to […]

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3 Things the Bruins Should Be Thankful For

Boston Bruins fans have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. The team is off to one of the best starts in team history. The Bruins have been as hot as any team in the history of the NHL. Boston is 17-3 and in first place in the Atlantic Division. But their new […]

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Patrice Bergeron Records 1,000th Career Point

In what was already a hall-of-fame career before the start of the season, Patrice Bergeron returned for his 19th season in the NHL. Since the beginning of the 2022-23 season, Bergeron once again has shown no signs of slowing down as he continues to dominate every game as one of the best two-way forwards in […]

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Pastrnak’s Leadership Has Stood Out to Jim Montgomery

It’s no secret that David Pastrnak is a superstar in the NHL, with the ability to score a goal anytime the puck touches his stick. One thing Pastrnak is really good at is putting up points for the Boston Bruins, but what goes unnoticed is the forward does a lot more than just score. Head […]

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Does Patrick Kane Really Make Sense For Bruins?

The Boston Bruins have invested in this year’s team to make one last run at a Stanley Cup for a core that includes veterans Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci. One or both players will likely retire at the season’s end. The time is now to win a second Stanley Cup for a Bruins team that […]

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Foligno Records 300th Career Assist In Win Over Philly

For Boston fans around the world, it has been refreshing to see the resurgence of Nick Foligno this season. After a down year last season that left much to be desired from the veteran winger, he has found his touch again. During the 2021-22 season, Foligno was only able to produce two goals and 13 […]

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NHL Fails To Produce World Cup of Hockey for 2024

The NHL and NHLPA have released a joint statement regarding the World Cup of Hockey situation. “Over the last year, the NHL and the NHLPA have been working on plans to conduct the next World Cup of Hockey, the premier international best-on-best hockey tournament, in February 2024. Unfortunately, in the current environment it is not […]

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Bruins Captain Leads By Example

It was an eventful weekend for the Boston Bruins organization for all the wrong reasons. The signing of Mitchell Miller to an entry-level contract caused a response for which the team did not seem prepared. Almost surprised by the outcry of criticism regarding the signing of the controversial player, the Bruins were adamant that Miller […]

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Breaking: Bruins cut Mitchell Miller; Cam Neely releases statement

Earlier this week, the Boston Bruins made a controversial signing when they inked Mitchell Miller to an entry-level contract. It was a move that shocked not only the Bruins nation but the NHL and those worldwide. In recent days, not only has the fan base been very outspoken about the ill decision by Don Sweeney […]

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The Boston Bruins have let us down

I work with severely developmentally challenged teenagers. This makes writing about acts of abuse towards these tremendous human beings challenging in and of itself. My students can not speak. My students have to walk with a gaited belt and need assistance eating. This is something that my students and their parents never signed up for. […]

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