Boston Bruins

This isn’t the first time it’s been said, but hopefully, it will be the last. Brad Marchand is returning to the Bruins lineup Wednesday night after serving a five-game suspension for illegally elbowing New Jersey Devils’ forward Marcus Johansson, concussing him in the process. One of the best players on the entire planet, Marchand simply
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With the 2018 NHL Trade Deadline quickly approaching, teams are finalizing their plans for the season and working on making moves. Whether those moves involve acquiring players for a playoff push, acquiring assets for the future or some combination of the two ultimately decides on the team in question. When talking about the Boston Bruins,
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It didn’t take long for the Bruins to return to their winning ways after suffering their first regulation loss in 19 games against the Anaheim Ducks. Despite the team still missing Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, Noel Acciari and now Anders Bjork, the Bruins showed no signs of slowing down Thursday night in a 3-1 victory
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It didn’t take long for bad injury luck to strike the Bruins after the team was relatively healthy for a few months. After being recalled on an emergency basis and playing in a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators, Anders Bjork was re-assigned to Providence for the All-Star Break before being recalled without the emergency
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When a team is rolling the way the Boston Bruins have been, the hope is that nothing changes for as long as possible. Unfortunately, life isn’t always fair and things don’t always go as planned. For the Bruins, this was the case when Charlie McAvoy had surgery, Brad Marchand got suspended and Noel Acciari got
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The NHL has come down hard on Boston Bruins’ forward Brad Marchand, suspending him five-games for an illegal elbow to the head of New Jersey Devils’ forward Marcus Johansson. The play went unpenalized but the damage was long-lasting as Johansson was later diagnosed with a concussion. Notably, Johansson also missed a month of hockey in
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Heart, energy, leadership and secondary scoring. These are all things that come to mind when thinking about Boston Bruins’ forward Sean Kuraly. It stands to reason, too, given his role on the team’s fourth line alongside Noel Acciari and Tim Schaller and how well that trio has played in Boston this season. One word that
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When looking at the 2017-18 Boston Bruins, one thing is abundantly clear; the team has more depth than any Bruins team has had in recent years. Arguably one of the deepest teams in the entire league, the Bruins are showing that they can roll four lines with confidence while also feeling comfortable in the fact
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This Boston Bruins team is the best the NHL has seen in years. From a Stanley Cup-winning team in the prime of their run with two appearances in a span of three seasons to missing the playoffs for two consecutive years, the Bruins have certainly seen their ups and downs in recent years. Still, with
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If there’s ever been a “year of the rookie” in the NHL, it simply has to be this year. In recent history, fans of NHL hockey have been spoiled with young stars like Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel, Auston Matthews, Jack Eichel, Aaron Ekblad, Mitch Marner, William Nylander and many more – too many to name,
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On Thursday, Bruins rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy netted a shootout winner on his 20th birthday, propelling the B’s to their sixth win in eight games. In a few short months, the young D-man has already begun proving that the hype surrounding his name is well-deserved. The former Boston University standout has stepped into a top
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Goaltending has been a heated topic in the city of Boston, Massachusetts in recent months. It started with the Boston Bruins’ loss of 23-year-old Malcolm Subban to the Vegas Golden Knights via waivers in October. Then there was ‘The Great Goalie Debate’ in recent weeks: Tuukka Rask and Anton Khudobin split the crease with five
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If you’re reading this, you’re probably already aware that hockey is the undisputed best sport on the planet. But if you really need some extra convincing, here’s a list of ten things (in no particular order) that make hockey the greatest sport on Earth: 1. It’s Played on a Giant Sheet of Ice Football, basketball,
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Back in the summer of 2015, during the infancy of Don Sweeney’s tenure as general manager of the Boston Bruins, the newly-appointed bossman had a lot of work to do. With the recent departure of fan-favorite power-forward Milan Lucic, Sweeney had big shoes to fill. Eager to replace the assertive, powerful offensive presence provided by Lucic,
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In spite of being in North America for many years already, Anton Khudobin was never a true starting goalie in the NHL. Things aren’t changing with the Boston Bruins, where he sits behind Tukka Raask on the team’s depth chart. However, his recent strong play gave him a chance not only to shine but also
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In today’s Rumor Rundown, there are rumors about an unsigned player perhaps still looking for a team, a player who is signed but not performing well, and a couple players who need to be signed and their futures seem a bit more Reluncertain. Bruins/Penguins and Jarome Iginla Jimmy Murphy points out that Nick Kypreos reported on Hockey
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