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Nhl Rumors: Canucks, Avalanche, Bruins, Blues, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on Bowman Byram joining the Colorado Avalanche for the playoffs, contract news out of Vancouver as it pertains to Nikita Tyramkin, and questions about whether free agents who aren’t in the play-ins...
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3 Bruins Free Agents Who Need To Impress In The Playoffs

With the calendar officially turned to July, the National Hockey League is less than a month away from the 24-team playoff format they unveiled in late May. With training camps about to start and players returning to their home cities, there is hope...

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Bruins Impacted The Most By Nhl Shutdown

Earlier this month, we looked at which Boston Bruins were most likely to benefit from the lengthy pause in the NHL season. Today, we steal a page from Harvey Dent’s book, and look at the other side of that coin. Which B’s were hurt the most...

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Bruins Stint Showcased Iginla’s Hall-worthy Best

Jarome Iginla will most likely forever be remembered for his time as one of the greatest players in Calgary Flames history. However, even though many people may not recall, he also spent one season as a member of the Boston Bruins near the end of...

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Bruins Prospect Jack Ahcan Brings Defensive Depth

It is no secret that when the 2019-20 National Hockey League season officially ends, there are some big-name free agents that the Boston Bruins have to make a decision on. The top two names are both key defensemen that have been the cornerstone of...

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Bruins Face Balancing Act In Round-robin Tournament

The Boston Bruins do not have to play their way into the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs, if they happen, because the team’s regular season record left it atop the National Hockey League’s standings. However, the round-robin tournament that...

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Bruins Could Regret Moving On From First-round Pick

On Feb. 21, the Boston Bruins traded their 2020 first-round pick, David Backes and Axel Andersson in a deal that netted them Ondrej Kase from the Anaheim Ducks. The Bruins added a young, talented and controllable forward while only retaining 25% of...

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Nhl Rumors: Bruins, Blue Jackets, Devils, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, one scribe asks if Jack Eichel to the Boston Bruins is a possibility? He then describes what might happen with defenseman Torey Krug. Meanwhile, the Columbus Blue Jackets are out as an NHL hub city, one possible...
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Bruins News & Rumors: Miller, Awards & Playoffs

In the inaugural edition of the Boston Bruins News & Rumors article on The Hockey Writers, the topics range from regular season play, to postseason options and the future of a veteran player. Kevan Miller Still Recovering From...
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Demystifying The Bruins’ 2013 Game 7 Comeback

When ranking the greatest comebacks in hockey history, one would be hard-pressed to find a game that receives more praise and adulation than the Boston Bruins’ Game 7 comeback against the Toronto Maple Leafs. In the first round of the 2013 Stanley...

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Bruins Get Playoff Scoring Depth With Debrusk & Coyle

All season long, the Boston Bruins’ top line of David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand got all the headlines when it came to scoring goals. Pastrnak finished tied with Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals for the Rocket Richard...
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Afternoon Line- Kevan Miller

Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller is a strong supporter of police and the military. In a time of widespread protest against police brutality, I asked Miller what is on his mind. His response in full: pic.twitter.com/tgKQaXrsJj — Matt Porter...
Related topics: Police, Protests, Social Media

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Bruins’ Best & Worst 1st Round Matchups

The NHL is set to return with the Stanley Cup Playoffs as early as next month with an unprecedented 24-team postseason. After lots of speculation, the NHL announced that its new format will include a re-seeding after every round, opting away from...

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Bruins Lauzon Has Earned Postseason Lineup Spot

With the start of the 2020 NHL playoffs on the horizon and seemingly well within sight, it’s an exciting time for hockey fans everywhere. When the NHL finally returns to action, the Boston Bruins will be playing for seeding as opposed to...
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Bruins Need These 3 Things For Playoff Success

Prior to the National Hockey League season being paused on March 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Boston Bruins were on top of the standings with 100 points. After a mid-season funk that saw them let the Tampa Bay Lightning back into the...

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Flyers’ Top Opposing Players To Look Out For In Round Robin

The Philadelphia Flyers are set to participate in a four-team round robin to determine seeding for the first round of the playoffs. Under this plan, they will play one game against each of the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington...

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Unidentified Bruins Player Has Recovered After Positive Covid-19 Test Result

The Boston Bruins announced on Friday that an unidentified player who tested positive for COVID-19 has recovered. Per the team's official statement , the positive test occurred as part of Phase 2 in the NHL 's Return to Play Plan...

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The Bizarre Naming History Of Td Garden

This article was originally written in October, 2015. TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins, has only been open for a few decades. But in that time, it’s seen countless unforgettable moments. Playing host to the Bruins, Celtics, the Beanpot,...
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Bsc’s Bruins Mailbag: Studnicka, Nhl Playoffs & More

We’re getting closer and closer to NHL returning and with that has the entire hockey community abuzz. On top of hockey returning comes the return of the BSC Bruins mailbag. The majority of questions received for this mailbag had to do with...

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Revisiting The Bruins Trade For Horton

On May 5, 2010, the Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 in Game 3 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals for a commanding 3-0 series lead. Needing to win just one of their next four games to advance to the Conference Final against the hated...

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