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2015-2016 Atlantic Division Preview for Bruins Fans, Part 2

Here is part 2 of the 2 part 2015-2016 Atlantic Division preview. To read part 1, click here. In this part I will be reviewing and previewing the 4 teams that finished ahead of the Bruins in the division standings last season. All 4 teams made it into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 4th Place: Ottawa […]

2015-2016 Atlantic Division Preview for Bruins Fans, Part 1

Last season the Boston Bruins went 15-9-6 against their Atlantic Division opponents. Good but not great, and it could have been better. The Bruins and the rest of the division have gotten better this offseason, making moves and signing free agents. Some have new head coaches and new general managers. It’s a known fact that […]

Loui Eriksson Entering Contract Season

Loui Eriksson will be always be remembered as ‘the guy the Bruins got for Tyler Seguin’. When Eriksson first came to town, the expectations were high but the results did not match the expectations. Seguin went off to Dallas and scored the highest point total of his career, 84 points, which still stands today. Unfortunately, […]

Boston Bruins Trade Rumor: Dustin Byfuglien

It is August and NHL news is quite thin. Sometimes this stall in news brings wacky trade rumors and/or speculation. There are some rumors out there that include the Bruins, the most recent being the Bruins being involved in talks with the Winnipeg Jets for big money defenseman, Dustin Byfuglien. For Boston fans unfamiliar with […]

David Krejci: The Most Interesting Man on the Bruins

Maybe the most interesting thing going into the 2015-2016 NHL season is how David Krejci will perform. Krejci played only 47 games last season, missing 4 weeks due to a partial tear in his left MCL which he sustained in late February, missing a crucial part of the Bruins season. Krejci ended the season with […]

Don Sweeney Still Looking for ‘D’ Help for Bruins

Don Sweeney is not done making moves yet. “There are a couple free agents that we’re still having conversations with that we feel might improve our club. If the financial component works, we’re not going to stop having those conversations because it might be the right thing to do,” Sweeney said recently.

Why the Bruins Should not go after Cody Franson

Since the Matt Beleskey and Jimmy Hayes signings, there have been rumors linking the Bruins to free agent defenseman, Cody Franson. At one point the Twitter world had rumors that the B’s had actually signed Franson to a deal. Those rumors turned out to be false though. Franson is a veteran d-man, who played for the […]

Look’s like Claude Julien will be Don Sweeney’s Head Coach…for now

After 2 weeks in the general manager position, Don Sweeney has still yet to make an official decision on Claude Julien’s future as head coach of the Boston Bruins. However, Don Sweeney has met with Julien behind closed doors and word is that Sweeney would rather switch up Julien’s assistant coaching staff instead of letting […]

A Few Things That Don Sweeney Needs to Address Right Away

On Wednesday, the Bruins officially announced that Don Sweeney will be their new General Manager. This makes him the eighth GM in Bruins history. This past season ended in disaster, just missing the playoffs then firing GM Peter Chiarelli shortly after, and all the rumors about Claude Julien getting fired as well. So Sweeney has […]

The Eight Bruins Free Agents and What They Should do with Them

NHL free agency begins July 1st and it’s a date many fans and media outlets look forward to. Any player not under contract with their current team  is free to seek offers and sign with any other team in the league.The Boston Bruins currently have eight players from their starting roster this past season who are not […]

What Would Happen if Boston, not Tampa, were in the Conference Final?

The Eastern Conference Final is set. The New York Rangers against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Just for fun let’s speculate what would happen if it were the Bruins, not Tampa Bay in the Conference Final against the Rangers. The Bruins won the season series this past regular season against New York, 2 wins and 1 […]

Would the Bruins Ever Trade Zdeno Chara?

Well, would they? I mean Zdeno Chara has been far and away the best defensemen on the Boston’s squad and has been a top five defender since he joined the black and gold. However, keep in mind that the Chara is on the wrong side of 30 (37), and is set to make 7 million […]

Lord Stanley to Return to Boston in 2015, According to Las Vegas

Introducing your 2015 Stanley Cup champions…The Boston Bruins. Well at least that is what the odds makers at vegasinsider.com seem to believe. Not ones to revel in the past, Vegas bookmakers have released their odds for the 2015 Stanley Cup champions a mere three days after the Los Angeles Kings hoisted the vaunted trophy after […]

Bruins Clinch Eastern Conference, Silence the Doubts

The Bruins clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference with a 5-2 victory over Philadelphia in this weekend’s matinee matchup. Loui Eriksson, who’s really been looking great lately, led his team with four points and shut down a flailing Flyers team. This victory pushed away a few (small) seeds of doubt in the back of […]

Gillette Stadium Could Host Bruins-Canadiens?

Can you imagine 60,000 plus fans letting out a giant WOOO after a Bruins goal? That may be a possibility sooner than you think. According to Chris Botta of the Sports Business Journal, the NHL is considering holding a game between the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens in Gillete Stadium. While the Bruins have […]