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Can Pastrnak be a major impact for the Bruins?

Pastrnak is showing more confidence heading into his second season as a Bruin. 
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Boston Bruins rookie camp roster 2015

Which players will be attending rookie camp for the Bruins upcoming 2015-16 season?
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Bruins' Marchand offers explanation for down year

Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand was one of many players on the team who did not have his best year in 2014-15. Marchand netted 42 points off 24 goals and 18 assists, a total that was not far off his 53-point season from 2013-14. But something was missing from Marchand's game last season, and the 27-year-old had an explanation for reporters Tuesday: he was suffering from torn...
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All Three 2015 First-Round Draft Picks On Bruins Rookie Camp Roster

The Boston Bruins announced Tuesday the roster for their 2015 rookie camp, which begins Thursday, Sept. 10 at Ristuccia Arena. Among the players expected to attend are all three of the Bruins’ first-round picks from the 2015 NHL Draft: forwards Zach Senyshyn and Jake DeBrusk, along with defenseman Jakub Zboril. Here’s the full roster, per the team. Mitchell Dempsey will attend...
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Tuukka Rask not worried about heavy workload

The Boston Bruins were plagued by inconsistency, injuries and disappointing performances from a few veteran players last season, and it cost them a spot in the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs. If not for the solid performance of No. 1 goaltender Tuukka Rask, the B’s likely would have been out of playoff contention entering the final week of the campaign. Rask played in 70 games last...
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New Bruins join old faces at first informal skate

The calendars have officially switched to September and hockey season is not too far away now. That much was evident Monday when a handful of Bruins hit the ice for the first informal skate of the season. Among the faces on the ice were Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, Zdeno Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, Tuukka Rask and upcoming star David Pastrnak. A number of the team's new additions...
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After quiet summer, Chara hoping for consistency from Bruins

Zdeno Chara struggled with injuries through most of the 2014-15 season, so it makes sense that the defenseman stayed quiet over the summer. Chara said in a recent interview with that he did not do much traveling, instead choosing to take it easy to gear up for the 2015-16 season.But while Chara took it easy, the team's front office kept busy, trading away Dougie Hamilton...
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Boston Bruins: projected lines for 2015-16

The Boston Bruins are in what many franchises call, a rebuilding stage. Out with the old and in with the new. That is the motto general manager Don Sweeney has been living by this offseason. In April, when former GM Peter Charielli informed the media that the club would not be bringing back Carl Soderberg and Daniel Paille. We saw that the Bruins were now open to changing their style...
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Bruins’ Tuukka Rask Fourth-Highest Rated Goaltender In ‘NHL 16’ Video Game

The play of Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask was one of the few bright spots in an otherwise disappointing 2014-15 season for the Black and Gold. He’s without question one of the top five goaltenders in the NHL, and the folks at EA Sports seem to agree. The publisher has revealed the ratings of the top 10 goalies in the upcoming “NHL 16” video game, which releases Sept...
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Boston Bruins: Ryan Spooner X-factor

For Ryan Spooner it has been a long fought road to the National Hockey League. But as a member of the Boston Bruin organization, he has been in and out of the lineup the past two years, tearing it up in Providence and coming up to the big club and making a name for himself. But Spooner has not always seen eye to eye with head coach Claude Julien which has effected the way he plays...
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Boston Bruins: an offseason to remember

For the first time in 7 seasons, the Boston Bruins missed the playoffs in the 2014-15 season which has led to one of the biggest off-season’s the Bruins have ever had in changing the identity of the Boston Bruins. Peter Charielli got canned. New general manager, Don Sweeney comes in and wants to change the identity of the team. What does he do? Gets rid of long time Bruins, Milan...
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Matt Beleskey and Jimmy Hayes Should Fit Well With the Boston Bruins

Matt Beleskey & Jimmy Hayes hosted a street hockey clinic for the Boys & Girls Club of Charlestown in Boston’s North End. (Paige Brown) Let’s face it, the Boston Bruins were in a rut last season. The 2014-15 team with the slogan of “Big and Bad” was injury-riddled, underperforming, and going through an identity crisis which eventually led to a 9th place finish...
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Bruins owner wants to write off team meals as tax deductions

Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs has the reputation of being … well, frugal. From going from charter flights to commercial, to making their non-playing employees pay the taxes on their 2011 Stanley Cup rings, the comparison to C. Montgomery Burns seems apt. This comparison will evolve further as Jacobs is currently fighting the IRS to get the team’s meals on the road written off...
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Bruins GM believes team’s defensemen have to evolve

The Boston Bruins have made some noteworthy changes this summer and to say they’ve been met with mixed reactions would be putting things politely. Regardless of what fans think of GM Don Sweeney’s transactions, the Bruins are going to look a lot different in 2015-16 and that new look may be the most evident on defense as the team attempts to institute a mentality shift. Via the...
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Rinaldo will attempt to clean up his game with the Bruins

The Boston Bruins’ decision to sign Zac Rinaldo to a two-year, $1.7 million contract was one which was met by some pretty vocal opinions by Bruins fans. The reaction was overwhelmingly negative as Rinaldo has historically been a physical player who has rarely contributed offensively and often plays a bit too far on the edge. Now that he’s starting a new chapter with a new...
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July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

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