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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 […]

Bruins Prospect Report

Will all of the core players locked up for multi-year contracts, we know that the future of the Bruins is in good hands. Guys like Bergeron, Krejci, Lucic, Rask, Marchand, and Chara are all under contract for the next few seasons at least. Quite simply, this team will be good for a long time. One […]

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Adds; Weekly Mailbag

We’re already wrapping up our fourth fantasy hockey week if you can believe it. Hopefully by this time, you’ve thrown together some wins and haven’t been bitten by the injury bug too much. Personally, I’m already dealing with Taylor Hall being placed on the IR who I had big hopes for this season. I picked […]

Injury Bug lingers but Bruins keep Rolling

The Bruins put together a great character win Thursday night, coming back from behind to defeat the Oilers 5-2. Though it was against lowly Edmonton, it was good to see the team rally and finish strong. The Bergeron-Smith-Marchand line kept rolling, putting up another 4 points and the team is starting to click. It wasn’t […]

Bruins Sign Coach Claude Julien to Multi-year Extension

The Bruins officially announced Sunday morning that they have signed head coach Claude Julien to a multi-year extension, marking the continuation of a very successful era for the Bruins franchise. Julien is 317-171-65 as he head coach of the Bruins and has established himself as one of the best coaches in the league. “We have worked […]

Krug to Miss 2-3 Weeks, Bruins Defense in Shambles

The Bruins lost to the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Tuesday night after they let a 3-1 lead slip through their fingers in the third period. They got goals from Milan Lucic and two from rookie Seth Griffith, but it wasn’t enough to stop an implosive collapse against a dogger Minnesota offense. It was a frustrating […]

Injury Fallout: Chara to miss 4-6 weeks

The Bruins lost to the New York Islanders 3-2 on Thursday night but it turns out they may have a lost a lot more than that. Zdeno Chara, the team’s captain and anchor on the blue line,  suffered a knee injury and did not return to the game. He is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, […]

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Adds; Weekly Mailbag

Your first weekly matchup of fantasy hockey likely wrapped up over the weekend and hopefully you managed to get out of it with a win. If not, don’t sweat it. It’s a long season and there’s still plenty of hockey to be played. At this point, we don’t really put too much stock into hot starts or […]

Bruins sign Gagne and Additional Notes

The Bruins officially announced Tuesday morning that they signed forward Simon Gagne to a one year, $600,000 contract. Gagne, who was invited to camp on a tryout basis, impressed Coach Claude Julien and GM Peter Chiarelli enough to warrant a roster spot. As a player, Gagne has been a talented goal scorer who can put […]

Bruins defeat Flyers 2-1 in Season Opener

The Bruins season started off with a bang as the Bruins got goals from Reilly Smith and Chris Kelly to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 on opening night. Tuukka Rask made 19 saves for his first win. It’s just the first game of the season so we should take everything with a grain of salt, […]

NHL Awards Predictions; Fantasy Hockey Mailbag

Opening night is finally upon us! After an offseason that was a little too long for Bruins fans, we finally get to see our boys in Black and Gold skate against the hated Philadelphia Flyers. There’s been plenty of buzz surrounding the team this year and there is plenty to be excited about. David Krejci […]

30 Teams, 30 Crazy Predictions; Fantasy Hockey Mailbag

Eastern Conference Boston Bruins Dougie Hamilton and Torey Krug both have more points than Zdeno Chara. Patrice Bergeron leads the team in points with 78. Loui Eriksson scores 36 goals. Buffalo Sabres The Sabres win only 29 games this year, finishing first in the Conor McDavid sweepstakes. Mikhail Grigorenko has a breakout season 31 goals […]

Fantasy Hockey Preview: Goalies

The backbone of your team, goalies are really the riskiest players on the board come draft day. There are so many different strategies and approaches when it comes to net-minders that it really depends on how the draft itself goes. You’ve all seen in Fantasy Football drafts where one guy takes a quarterback, and the […]

Fantasy Hockey Draft Primer: Offense

In fantasy hockey, offense is really the bread and butter of your team. They’re really the ones who will contribute in all categories and be the most valuable players in the fantasy hockey world. At least 7 or 8 of the first 10 draft picks will be forwards, and this is with good reason. When […]

Fantasy Hockey Draft Primer: Defense

When it comes to fantasy hockey, strategies for drafting defensemen can be pretty polarizing. Some will tell you that Forwards and Goalies are the most important components of a fantasy squad so the focus should be there, letting you round out your roster with defenseman who are solid category contributors. Others however, see the sneaky […]