Bruins’ Best & Worst 1st Round Matchups
The NHL is set to return with the Stanley Cup Playoffs as early as next month with an unprecedented 24-team postseason. After lots of speculation, the NHL announced that its new format will include a re-seeding after every round, opting away from the standard bracket format, a controversial topic of discussion on social media. Boston […]
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The Bizarre Naming History of TD Garden
This article was originally written in October, 2015. TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins, has only been open for a few decades. But in that time, it’s seen countless unforgettable moments. Playing host to the Bruins, Celtics, the Beanpot, Hockey East championships, figure skating, concerts, professional wrestling, and even box lacrosse has given plenty […]
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Bruins’ Rask Has Strong Vezina Case
With the NHL regular season officially complete, there are a number of things to look forward to as hockey fans eagerly prepare for the return of the game. Obviously, there are the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which will take on an unprecedented 24-team format this year that, for all of its backlash, is sure to be […]
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Bruins’ Stanley Cup Quest More Difficult With Proposed Playoffs
Ongoing discussions about how to finish the 2019-20 NHL season appear to be making progress this week with various reports that the NHL and NHL Players’ Association (NHLPA) are devising an unprecedented 24-team playoff format. While the timeline to close out the season remains undecided, the playoff format being discussed would create a postseason unlike […]
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5 Free Agent Goalie Targets for the Bruins
Over the last couple of seasons, the Boston Bruins have been blessed with excellent backup goaltending. Jaroslav Halak, who signed with the club ahead of last season, has played his role very well behind Tuukka Rask. Halak’s .922 save percentage (SV%) last season was his best since the 2011-12 season. He did this with a […]
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Bruins Roundtable: Torey Krug’s Future
One of the biggest storylines for the Boston Bruins this season is taking place off the ice. Instead, it’s progressing at the negotiating table, as Bruins management and Torey Krug decide whether they have a future together. Krug has made it clear that he loves wearing black and gold. He stated as much earlier this […]
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Bruins’ Options if Rask Retires
The rapid spread of COVID-19 and its effect on daily life has been difficult, including on sports. Hockey fans were just weeks away from the best postseason sports has to offer – the Stanley Cup Playoffs – before the NHL suspended its season. Many fans are doing their best to look forward to the future, […]
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Bruins’ Jake DeBrusk Should Sign Bridge Deal
This offseason will be a defining one for the Boston Bruins. Discussions about Torey Krug’s contract talks have already hit the news, but beyond Krug, the Bruins have a lot more decisions to make. Jaroslav Halak, Kevan Miller, Zdeno Chara, and Joakim Nordstrom join Krug as unrestricted free agents. Matt Grzelcyk, Anders Bjork, Karson Kuhlman, […]
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Boston Bruins Set for Cup Run Post-Deadline
Another trade deadline has come and passed with all of the late-February drama that we’ve come to expect from the modern NHL. Despite rumors of a move for a definitive top-six forward, the Boston Bruins played it safer at the trade deadline, opting to free up some cap space while making two notable moves to […]
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Bruins’ Top 3 Defensemen in 2019-20
The deep defensive core of the Boston Bruins has helped to propel last year’s Stanley Cup runners-up back into serious Cup contention as the trade deadline approaches. The Bruins, who currently sit at the top of the NHL standings, have given up an NHL-best 145 goals against, largely as a result of their effective blue […]
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Boston Bruins and David Backes in Limbo
When David Backes signed a five-year, $30 million dollar deal with the Boston Bruins in 2016, many people were left scratching their heads. At the time, the 32-year-old former St. Louis Blues captain was coming off his lowest goal-scoring season since 2009-10 but was impressive in the playoffs the season before. More important to the […]
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Bruins’ Bjork Proving Patience a Virtue in Today’s NHL
Anders Bjork has been a bright spot for the Boston Bruins this season. In his first full NHL season, Bjork if finally clear (knock on wood) of the injuries that have nagged him for the past two seasons, and his quality of play has reflected a level of growth that the Bruins should be excited […]
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Can Bruins Turn to AHL for Scoring Help?
The Boston Bruins are in a precarious position. With a six-point lead in the Atlantic Division and the second-best record in the National Hockey League, a quick glance at the standings would indicate smooth sailing for last year’s Stanley Cup runners-up. But a deeper look at the Bruins of late reveals issues – potentially serious […]
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Boston Bruins’ 2020 WJC Preview
The end of December brings great things. The holiday season, the promise of a new year, and for hockey fans, two of the most exciting weeks of the year: the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) U-20 World Junior Championship. The all-teenager tournament has become a holiday season staple for hockey fans eager to get a […]
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Revisiting the Bruins’ Pivotal 2006 NHL Draft
June 24, 2006, was one of the most important days in recent memory for the Boston Bruins. It marked the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, a day that would lay the groundwork for a much-needed turnaround in the organization. That draft day landed the Bruins some of their most important talent for their Stanley Cup contender […]
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Will Donato Drown in Bruins’ Youth Depth?
When you’re describing the 2017-18 Boston Bruins, what word comes to mind? You could use many descriptors to summarize last season’s Bruins campaign, but one that stands out to me is “budding.” Under a head coach taking on his first full NHL season, a rejuvenated Bruins roster budding with fresh young talent exceeded expectations in the Eastern Conference. The […]
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NHL Outdoor Games Still Special
When the National Hockey League announced it would be heading outdoors in 2008 for the first-ever Winter Classic in Buffalo, New York, it was, understandably, met with a ton of excitement. The opportunity to bring the game of hockey back to its outdoor roots was new and exciting for NHL fans, and it showed: the […]
McIntyre, Providence Off to Strong Start Despite Call-Ups
The start of the 2017-18 season has gone about how we expected it to for the Boston Bruins. The team’s youth alone was enough to expect some inconsistent play early on, but an ongoing battle with the injury bug has made things even tougher for a Bruins lineup that is still looking to establish an […]
History of the Bear: How the Bruins came to “B”
This article was originally written in October, 2015. As many hockey fans, and Bruins fans in particular know, the Boston Bruins are the NHL’s oldest American team. Over the last 91 years, the Bruins have gained a massive gathering, and have become one of the NHL’s most beloved teams. In the rich sports region of […]
Consistency Key to Bruins Season
The first two games of the season have shown fans two very different Boston Bruins teams. In the opener against Nashville, B’s fans were treated to a display of the exciting young prospects that Boston has been developing for years, with points from Anders Bjork, Brandon Carlo, Jake DeBrusk, and Charlie McAvoy. In the second […]
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