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Bruins Messy in Season Opener Against Jets

The Bruins lost their 1st game of the season Thursday night against the Winnipeg Jets 6-2. The B’s came out of the gate at the beginning of the game with so much energy and power, the same energy and power that they have to harness for the full 60 minutes. They only harnessed it for […]

Torey Krug Ready to take on a Bigger Role

Entering his 3rd full season in the NHL, Torey Krug is looking to play a bigger role, possibly as an everyday top 4 defenseman on the Boston Bruins in the upcoming campaign. “For me personally, I feel like I’m ready for that challenge. It’s up to the coaching staff as well, but right now I’m […]

Zdeno Chara Not Worried About His Age

After Zdeno Chara’s lackluster and injury-filled 2014-2015 season, some hockey experts and Bruins fans began to wonder if this past season would be his last or one of his last seasons, speculating that Chara may choose to retire before the last 3 years of his contract are up. Those people could not be any more […]

Report: Dougie Hamilton and Bruins Have Yet to Commence Negotiations

According to his agent via CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty, the Bruins and Dougie Hamilton have not done any negotiating towards a long term contract. Hamilton, 21, is a restricted free agent. This means that another NHL team could sign him to an offer sheet and lure him away from Boston. Don Sweeney has a lot of […]

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 […]

Season in Review: 2014-15 Boston Bruins

Whenever a team enters a season as a favorite to be a Stanley Cup Contender and misses the playoffs, serious questions need to be asked. The Bruins, fresh of a Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2013 and a President’s Trophy in 2014 looked primed to make some serious noise in 2015. Despite losing Jarome Iginla […]

Three Games That Could Have Changed the Bruins Playoff Fortunes

In somewhat of a stunning series of events, the 2014-15 Boston Bruins missed the playoffs after dropping their final three games of the season this past week. While in the midst of a more comprehensive season review, it is interesting to look at three games that had they gone the Bruins way; would put the […]

Lackluster Trio of Games Makes Bruins Playoff Chances Uncertain

Entering last Thursday the Bruins were looking at three crucial road games that could make or potentially break their playoff chances. They had to go on the road to Ottawa, Florida (Panthers) and Tampa Bay. The Senators and Panthers were nipping at the Bruins heels while the Lightning had established themselves as a top tier […]

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 […]

The Celtics or the Bruins? Who’s the Bigger Ticket at the Garden?

I’m not talking about the price of the ticket because both teams, along with every team in our great snowy city, charge too much for their tickets, but which of these teams is the more exciting one right now? At the beginning of the season it was easy to say the more exciting team throughout […]

Bruins Head into All-Star Break Playing Well

Despite dropping a 3-2 shootout decision to the Avalanche on Wednesday night, the Bruins head into the All-Star break playing some of their best hockey of the season. In their last eight games, they have won six and lost another in a shootout. They have registered points in nine of their last ten games overall. […]

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 […]

Boston Bruins Playoff Hopes Remain Murky

The 2014-15 season has seen the Boston Bruins underperform and suffer through a myriad of injuries. These factors have resulted in a position that seemed unthinkable when the season began. If the playoffs started today, the Bruins would be right on the bubble and potentially watching from home. Much has been made of the rash […]

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 […]

Bruins End Disappointing West Coast Trip on Positive Note

The Bruins played four road games in six nights this week, all on the west coast. They went   in the four games. The trip began with back to back games in Anaheim and Los Angeles against the Ducks and Kings, respectively. The Bruins lost a hard fought game to the Ducks, 3-2, and 2-0 to […]