Bruins’ News & Rumors: Wagner, Pastrnak, Chara, Bergeron & More
In this edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, we look at the fall-out from the 2019-20 season and 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Included are injuries and the future of certain players in a Bruins’ uniform. Chris Wagner Diagnosed With Atrial Fibrillation Sports aren’t everything. Though athletes put their bodies on the line to play […]
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Canadiens Acquire Allen From Blues
The Montreal Canadiens have acquired goaltender Jake Allen from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for a third and seventh-round pick in 2020. In addition to receiving Allen, the Canadiens are also receiving a seventh-round pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft from the Blues. The third-round pick that the Canadiens are sending to the […]
Maple Leafs Trade Kapanen to Penguins
The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded forwards Kasperi Kapanen and Pontus Aberg and defender Jesper Lindgren to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a 2020 first-round pick, the 15th selection in this year’s NHL Entry Draft, Evan Rodrigues, Filip Hallander and David Warsofsky, the Penguins announced Tuesday. This trade has caused a lot of confusion […]
Flyers’ Niskanen Suspended
The NHL’s Department of Player Safety has suspended Philadelphia Flyers’ defender Matt Niskanen for one playoff game. Niskanen would cross-check Montreal Canadiens’ forward Brendan Gallagher in the face during Game 5 of their first-round match-up which unfortunately caused an injury to Gallagher. As a result of the play, Gallagher suffered a broken jaw and will […]
Bruins’ News & Rumors: Pastrnak, Rask & More
In this edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, Tuukka Rask has decided to opt-out of the NHL Playoff Bubble, David Pastrnak has returned to practice but is still a game-time decision and Andrei Svechnikov’s status moving forward Rask Opts Out of Playoffs It’s no secret at this point that Rask has opted out of […]
Rask Did the Right Thing for Himself and His Family. Period.
By now, everybody has heard about the news that Tuukka Rask has decided to opt-out of the 2020 NHL Playoffs to return home to his family. This was fairly ground-shaking news in the hockey world as the reigning President’s Trophy-winning Boston Bruins were losing their Vezina Trophy-candidate just a few games into the postseason. For […]
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Panthers to Part Ways With GM Tallon According to Insiders
According to reports, the Florida Panthers are parting ways with general manager Dale Tallon. This report comes shortly after the Panthers were eliminated in four games by the New York Islanders during their qualifying-round series. Tallon was hired by the Panthers to take over as their general manager in 2010. He would also be given […]
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Bruins News & Rumors: Bjork, Coyle & More
In this edition of Bruins’ News & Rumors, Anders Bjork has signed a three-year contract extension, Charlie Coyle has been named the winner of NESN’s 7th Player Award for the 2019-20 season and the Bruins expect Ondrej Kase to join them soon. Bjork Signs Contract Extension The Bruins took care of some housekeeping Wednesday when […]
Bruins Sign Bjork to Contract Extension
The Boston Bruins have signed Anders Bjork to a three-year contract worth $4.8 million, the team announced Wednesday. This deal carries an annual cap hit of $1.6 million. Bjork was set to be a restricted free agent in the offseason. The 23-year-old played in 58 games for the Bruins this season, a career-high, and followed […]
Bruins’ News & Rumors: Studnicka, Pastrnak & Anthem
In this edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, Jack Studnicka will likely get a favorable lineup spot in the Bruins’ exhibition game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, an update on David Pastrnak’s status for that game and the Bruins have announced their plans to lock arms during the National Anthems. Jack Studnicka Likely to […]
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Former Bruins That Boston Could Meet in 2020 NHL Playoffs
The 2020 NHL Postseason is about to begin and the Boston Bruins are scheduled to play in a round-robin tournament to determine their seeding for the official first round of the playoffs. While the majority of teams in the postseason will be competing in a play-in tournament, the Bruins will get a chance to get […]
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Coyotes: Chayka Quits as General Manager
John Chayka has quit as the general manager and president of hockey operations of the Arizona Coyotes, the team would announce Sunday. Steve Sullivan has also been named the interim general manager for the time being, though he could receive a long look in the role, per Elliotte Friedman. The timing of this decision is […]
Seattle Kraken Reveal NHL Team Name & Logo
The Seattle Kraken are the NHL’s newest franchise. After months of speculation, the NHL’s 32nd franchise has announced their team name and revealed their logo in a press conference perfectly in-line with the return of sports. In a press conference at the building site of Seattle’s Hockey Facility and Arena, in front of the workers […]
Bruins’ News & Rumors: Bergeron, Playoff Scheduling & More
In today’s Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, we look at Patrice Bergeron earning his ninth-consecutive Selke Trophy finalist nod, one of the Bruins’ playoff games being rescheduled and Jake DeBrusk gave an update on David Pastrnak. Bergeron Names Selke Trophy Finalist Another year, another Selke Trophy-level season for Bergeron in Boston. The Trophy annually awarded […]
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Lemieux Suspended 2 Games
The NHL’s Department of Player Safety has suspended Brendan Lemieux for two Stanley Cup Qualifier games. This decision came Monday for an incident that occurred on March 11 in a game between the New York Rangers and the Colorado Avalanche. Avalanche forward Joonas Donskoi would take a slot-shot off-the-rush late in the third-period of a […]
Bruins’ News & Rumors: Krug Contract, Pastrnak & Kase & More
In today’s edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, we look at Torey Krug’s contract situation, David Pastrnak and Ondrej Kase missing the first day of training camp and Anders Bjork being praised by Bruce Cassidy. Krug’s Contract & Future in Boston The future of Krug in a Bruins’ uniform has been up in the […]
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Bruins’ News & Rumors: Playoff Dates, Players Return & More
In today’s edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, we take a look at the NHL’s return to play schedule as it pertains to the Bruins, some new faces who showed up to voluntary practice at Warrior Ice Arena for the first time since the NHL season paused and the possible living situation the Bruins […]
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Sportsnet NHL 20 Bracket Challenge – The Perfect Storm of Content
What’s better than a competitive NHL 20 tournament played for charity? How about a competitive NHL 20 tournament played by 16 prominent athletes and personalities in the hockey world for charity? It may sound too good to be true, but that’s exactly what Sportsnet put together with their Sportsnet NHL 20 Bracket Challenge hosted by […]
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Bruins News & Rumors: NHL Hub City, Player Playoff Availability & More
In today’s edition of Boston Bruins News & Rumors, head coach Bruce Cassidy discussed the potential for Toronto being a Hub City for the playoffs, the concern players may have about playing given the circumstances and he would announce his goalies for the playoffs. Additionally, Joakim Nordstrom has returned to Boston. Bruce Cassidy Speaks on […]
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Subban-Weber Trade Revisited
In a year that could be described as atrocious for Weber, Subban was outstanding. Subban played all 82 regular season games, finished with 59 points and was plus-18. Although the Predators did not make it as far in the playoffs as they did the previous season, Subban still managed to notch 9 points in 13 playoff games. Up to this point, the clear-cut winners of the trade were the Predators, although the play of both players in the following season would slightly even things out.
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