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Bruins Release GM Peter Chiarelli

According to a press release this morning, the Bruins have released General Manager Peter Chiarelli. Chiarelli has been the GM for 9 seasons with pretty good success, and he is known as a well respected guy around the league. In the meantime, the front office will begin their search for a new GM “immediately.” The […]

Playoff Outlook and Bruins Weekly Roundup

The Bruins dropped a tough one last night against the Washington Capitals, unable to figure out Braden Holtby who’s been doing his Ken Dryden impression all season long against the Bruins. Seriously, the Bruins didn’t score one goal against the Capitals this year. The Bruins now hold the 8th seed (second Wild Card spot), although […]

Fantasy Baseball Draft Review

It’s getting closer and closer to opening day, and if you’re like me then you’ve already got fantasy baseball on your mind. Many of you may have even done your drafts by now. You may even have some money on the line. Personally, I’m in a 10-team dynasty league with friends that’s extremely competitive. Every […]

Connolly Injury and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Brett Connolly Injured In a year that’s been riddled by injuries and under-performance, the trade deadline brought really only one player to the Bruins with any offensive upside. Wednesday morning, that player got hurt and will miss the next 6 weeks. Brett Connolly joined the Bruins for his first practice as a member of the […]

Bruins Dissapoint at the Trade Deadline

Another trade has come and gone and the Bruins have stayed out of the spot light once again. I’ve covered this topic before, and in the past I’ve stood by Peter Chiarelli’s relative inaction at the deadlines because the Bruins already had such a good core that it wasn’t necessary to go out and make […]

Injury Woes and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Malcom Subban Flub The highly touted goalie prospect was recalled from Providence a second time last week with the intentions of finally getting an NHL start. Malcom Subban got that opportunity on Friday night against the St. Louis Blues, and boy was it ugly. After a scoreless first period, he began the second by letting […]

Trade Rumors and Bruins Weekly Thoughts

Bruins Trade Rumors The next anticipated shake-up of the hockey world will likely come out of Winnipeg, as it appears tensions between LW Evander Kane and the team have finally come to a head. He has had lots of off-ice issues for years now and always seem to be clashing with the front office. Things […]

Malcom Subban and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Malcom Subban Recalled It was announced this morning that backup goalie Niklas Svedberg was sent to Providence on a conditioning loan and Malcom Subban will back up Tuukka Rask in Boston. This will be exciting; Subban is obviously a highly prized prospect for the Bruins and did really well against NHL-level talent in the pre-season. […]

David Pastrnak and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Rookie Pastrnak shining In an effort to spark some offense from his roster, coach Claude Julien mixed up the lines and now has David Krejci centered between Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak. It’s worked well, as Pastrnak scored the first two goals of his career this weekend against the Flyers and added two more last […]

In Defense of Chiarelli: Debunking 3 Myths about the Controversial GM

In what can be summed up as a disappointing season for the Bruins so far, the team has showed little signs of being a serious Cup contender and are on the cusp of not making the playoffs at all. The media and fans are quick to point fingers in all directions, but most notably the […]

Bartkowski Won’t Face Suspension for hit on Gionta

In case you missed it, Matt Bartkowski laid a crushing hit on Buffalo’s Brian Gionta on Sunday night, earning him an ejection from the game. The NHL has reviewed the hit and will not pursue further punishment on Bartkowski. But was this the right move? The NHL cited that this was not an intent to […]

TJ Oshie and Bruins Weekly Roundup

TJ Oshie trade rumors Hockey fans fondly remember what “TJ Sochi” did in the Olympics last year, scoring on 4 goals in 6 shootout attempts against Sergei Bobrovsky and earning them the win over Russia. His heroic efforts made him a national hero and a reminder of how exciting and nail-biting shootouts can be. His […]

Why Taylor Hall Won’t be a Bruin

Earlier this week, TSN Analyst Darren Dreger reported that Edmonton’s Taylor Hall would be in play on the trade market as the Oilers train wreck of a franchise continues. The Bruins, who have been struggling just to land a playoff berth this season and seem to be lacking an identity, have been in the eye […]

Bruins Weekly Roundup

Jordan Eberle Trade Target There’s been a lot of buzz lately on the Bruins and Edmonton talking trades, specifically with Jordan Eberle being a target the B’s would love. This makes sense to some degree– the Bruins are hurting for a scoring winger and the Oilers are just desperate to shake things up. However, I […]

Source: Red Sox Closing in on Deal with Pablo Sandoval

According to a source close with the team, the Red Sox are close to signing free agent 3B Pablo Sandoval to a 5 year, $100 million dollar contract with an option for a 6th year. This is not done yet, but in the words of the source, “90% he comes here.” This is an interesting […]