Boston Bruins Earn National Exposure

Boston Bruins Earn National Exposure for the 2016-17 Season Despite the Boston Bruins missing the playoffs in each of the last two seasons, they are still a team that deserve the attention from a national audience. The Bruins are a polarizing team; fans will cheer them until they are blue in the face while opposing fanbases […] Boston Bruins Earn National Exposure - Causeway Crowd...
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12 hours ago

State Of The Forward Core And Goalies

Boston Bruins: State Of The Forward Core And Goalies The Bruins core of forwards and goalie tandem are nearing completion, and look pretty sturdy. Here’s a rough picture of what the forward core could look like, keyword is could. Forwards Marchand ($4,500,000)-Bergeron ($6,875,000)-Vatrano ($792,500) Spooner ($950,000)-Krejci ($7,250,000)-Pastrnak ($925,000) Beleskey ($3,800,000...
Via Causeway Crowd
12 hours ago

Jakub Zboril Showing Strong Improvement

Jakub Zboril wants to make the Boston Bruins roster this year. The 19-year old Czech native believes he has a shot of making the 2016-17 roster. The odds are certainly stacked against him.  The Bruins already have seven signed defensemen, and Zboril doesn’t look like he’s ready for the NHL. But stranger things have happened […] Boston Bruins: Jakub Zboril Showing Strong Improvement...
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1 day ago

Boston Bruins: Around The Rink 7/22/16

NHL TV Schedule released, with Boston earning third-most games; news on first-round picks McAvoy and Frederic; Kreider signs; a recap of the Bruins' overseas trip; and more!
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2 days ago

Bruins announce national TV schedule for 2016-17

The NHL and the Boston Bruins announced the team’s 2016-17 national television schedule Thursday. In total, 16 games will be broadcast on either NBC or NBC Sports Network, with all other matchups being televised locally on NESN. The Bruins are tied with the New York Rangers for the third-most appearances on national television, behind only […] The post Bruins announce national...
2 days ago

Bruins Have No Time to Waste with Marchand Extension

The Boston Bruins are in a difficult position after missing the playoffs in the final games of the regular season the past two years. While remaining a playoff bubble team, the Bruins find themselves having to decide just how good this team is, and whether they need to undergo a partial rebuild. The 2016-17 season will be, in all likelihood, the final straw for the Bruins. If they...
Via The Hockey Writers
3 days ago

Providence Bruins name Kevin Dean head coach

Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney announced Monday that the new coach of the Providence Bruins will be Kevin Dean. Dean has been an assistant with Providence for five seasons, with winning records in each one of them for an overall record of 207-128-45. Dean spent time with Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta and New Jersey during his NHL career, […] The post Providence Bruins name Kevin Dean...
6 days ago

Brad Marchand Contract Extension Talks Have Begun, Bruins GM Says

Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand is coming off the best season of his NHL career, and the team wants to keep him in the fold beyond next year. Don Sweeney said that talks with Brad Marchand's camp on a potential new contract have started. — Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) July 15, 2016 Marchand is entering the final season of a four-year, $18 million contract. It’s...
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Bruins Prospect Jake DeBrusk’s Injury Story Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Boston Bruins forward prospect Jake DeBrusk missed part of the 2015-16 Western Hockey League season with a lower body injury — a common designation that could refer to anything from a hangnail to a broken leg. Well, DeBrusk revealed the exact nature of the injury to’s DJ Bean on Wednesday, and it’s about as bad as you ever could have imagined. As he explained it...
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Bruins prospect Jake DeBrusk dealt with a painful testicle injury

Almost every prospect in every sport has a great story of triumph to tell when they make it to the next level. Bruins prospect Jake DeBrusk does as well, though he certainly had to overcome quite a bit in the season before he was taken in the 14th overall by Boston last year. DeBrusk missed some time during the 2015-16 season for the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey...
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Malcolm Subban Feels ‘Like A Tank’ In Return From ‘Pretty Crazy’ Injury

A fractured larynx is no joke. Just ask Malcolm Subban. Subban took a puck to the throat during warmups before the Providence Bruins’ Feb. 6 game against the Portland Pirates and immediately assumed it wasn’t a big deal. The Bruins goaltending prospect ended up staying in the hospital for five days for a scary neck injury that derailed his 2015-16 AHL season and left him temporarily...
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Ex-Boston Bruins Bourque apologizes in drunken driving case

LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque (bork) has apologized to his family, friends and fans for driving drunk last month. Bourque apologized in a statement Wednesday after admitting in Lawrence District Court that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him of driving under the influence when he rear-ended a minivan in Andover on June 24. Bourque's '...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Boston Bruins star gets probation in drunken driving case

LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque (bork) has acknowledged there is enough evidence to find him guilty of drunken driving. Bourque admitted Wednesday in Lawrence District Court that prosecutors have sufficient evidence to convict him of driving under the influence when his Mercedes-Benz rear-ended a minivan on June 24. Police said Bourque had a blood-alcohol...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Boston Bruins star due in court on drunken driving charge

LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque (bork) is expected to appear in a Massachusetts court to try to resolve a drunken driving charge. A spokeswoman for Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett confirmed that the office has been advised that Bourque will be in Lawrence District Court on Wednesday to try to resolve the case. Bourque pleaded not guilty last...
Via Associated Press
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins working to extend Brad Marchand

The Boston Bruins have been pretty busy so far this summer, signing David Backes among others, which has temporarily taken the focus off of Brad Marchand and his contract which will expire after 2016-17. Despite the Bruins focusing heavily on the open market, GM Don Sweeney has stated that Marchand remains a focus and will be addressed in short order. Sweeney’s comments, via...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins sign Khudobin, Nash, Liles in free agency

On Friday, the Boston Bruins brought back trade deadline acquisition John-Michael Liles on a one-year, $2 million deal, while also adding his former teammates Anton Khudobin and Riley Nash, to fill more depth positions on the roster. #NHLBruins sign six players on opening day of free agency: — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) July 1, 2016 Liles came to the...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins sign David Backes

On Friday, the Boston Bruins signed former St. Louis Blues forward and captain, David Backes to a five-year deal worth $30 million. The move comes after the team wasn’t able to re-sign winger Loui Eriksson, who signed in Vancouver with the Canucks. #NHLBruins sign forward David Backes to 5-year contract through 2020-21 worth an average annual value of $6 million:
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

David Backes signs with the Boston Bruins

The St. Louis Blues will need to name a new captain as David Backes has signed a deal with the Boston Bruins. The deal is over five years and will pay $6 million per season. Backes in BOS is 5x6 — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 1, 2016 Heading into the 2016 NHL Draft and the free agency window, it looked like Backes and the Blues might be able to work out a deal. The...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Six teams have contacted Loui Eriksson's agent

As of Sunday evening, six teams have reached out to Loui Eriksson’s agent in an attempt to find out what kind of contract could lure the forward away from Boston. This report comes from WEEI and states that while there are numerous teams contacting Eriksson’s agent, the Bruins are warming up to the idea of extending the forward beyond four years. As expected, teams have...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

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