Bruins Have Trade Options For Top-Six Forward
As the NHL trade deadline of April 12 inches closer, the Boston Bruins have some needs that general manager Don Sweeney would like to address. One of those needs is ...
Bruins’ 2020 Trade Deadline Deals Fail to Produce Like 2019
At the trade deadline in 2019, Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney pulled off two trades that helped his club go on a run to the Stanley Cup Final. They came up one win short, though, losing Game 7 at home to the St. Louis Blues, but without those moves, the Bruins may not have […]
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3 Takeaways From Bruins’ Game 4 Loss to Lightning
In Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Second-Round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Aug. 23, the Boston Bruins played a near-perfect game in winning 3-2. Since then, however, the Lightning have been the better team and are now one win away from eliminating the B’s following a 3-1 win in Game 4 on […]
5 Things the Bruins Need to Do to Beat the Lightning
It is safe to say that the Tampa Bay Lightning have the Boston Bruins’ number this season. They have won four of the five games the Atlantic Division rivals have played. Now the two foes will face off in a best-of-seven Eastern Conference Second-Round series at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. Related: Bruins’ Top-20 Goal Scorers […]
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Bruins Have Options to Fill Pastrnak’s Spot on the Top Line
For the third straight game, Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak is out of the lineup for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference first-round series against the Carolina Hurricanes. Losing the Rocket Richard co-winner who scored 48 goals during the regular season is not something that can be replaced. In Games 2 and 3, Boston […]
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Bruins Game 3 Takeaways: Halak, Krejci & Special Teams
Prior to a pivotal Eastern Conference First Round Game 3 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto Saturday, it was announced that Boston Bruins’ Vezina Trophy finalist goaltender Tuukka Rask was opting out of the rest of the playoffs. That means that backup goalie Jaroslav Halak is going to be the main guy going forward for the […]
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3 Takeaways From Bruins’ Game 1 Win Over the Hurricanes
They had to wait an extra day, but in the end, it was worth the wait for the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series with the Carolina Hurricanes. Scheduled to open Tuesday night at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, the Bruins and Hurricanes had their opening game moved back a day […]
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Bruins Face Tough First-Round Rematch Against Hurricanes
During the shortened regular season, the Boston Bruins were the best team in the NHL and won the Presidents’ Trophy as the only team to get 100 points. Things have not gone as planned for them in the return to play at the Toronto bubble, though. Related: 7 Worst Trades in Boston Bruins History After […]
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3 Takeaways From Bruins’ Round-Robin Loss to Lightning
Following a lackluster 4-1 round-robin loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday, Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy was hoping for a better effort and a different result in their second game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Scotiabank Arena. The Bruins didn’t get the result they wanted in a 3-2 loss, but there were still […]
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Panthers Game 3 Notes: Bobrovsky & Special Teams Shine
After dropping the first two games of their best-of-five qualifying-round series to the New York Islanders, the Florida Panthers looked to avoid being eliminated and sent back to South Florida in Game 3 on Wednesday. Behind stellar goaltending from Sergei Bobrovsky and power-play goals, the Panthers were able to live to play another day. Florida […]
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3 Panthers’ Takeaways From Game 1 Loss to Islanders
Playing their first game that counted in nearly five months, the Florida Panthers did not begin their best-of-five Eastern Conference Qualifying Round series with the New York Islanders the way they wanted. They fell behind in the first period and were never able to recover and break through the stingy Islanders in losing 2-1. Related: […]
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Bruins’ Qualifying Round Opponents: Tampa Bay Lightning
Over the past three seasons, the Atlantic Divison has come down to the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Boston Bruins. In 2018, the Lightning edged the Bruins by one point to win the division and last season, Tampa Bay ran away and finished 21 points ahead of the second-place Bruins to capture the Presidents’ Trophy. […]
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Bruins Qualifying Round Opponents: Philadelphia Flyers
Over the course of the shortened 2019-20 regular-season, the Boston Bruins had their ups and downs, but at the end of the day, they finished with 100 points and won the Presidents’ Trophy. They finished eight points ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference standings. When the NHL announced in May that […]
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Panthers Have Hoffman & Dadonov Decisions Looming After Playoffs
For the first time four years, the Florida Panthers are part of the National Hockey League playoffs. When the league begins the Eastern Conference qualifying round of their tournament on Aug. 1 in the hub city of Toronto, the Panthers will face the New York Islanders. Related: Los Angeles Kings’ 50-Goal Scorers The Panthers have […]
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Bruins’ Cassidy Is Head of the 2020 Jack Adams Class
For the second time in three years as head coach of the Boston Bruins, Bruce Cassidy is a finalist for the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s top coach. Two years ago, Cassidy finished second in the voting, which is done by the leagues broadcasters, to former Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant. Related: 10 […]
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Bruins Need Round Robin Tourney for Kase & Ritchie Chemistry
When the National Hockey League announced their 24-team playoff format at the end of May that is scheduled to begin Aug. 1, the Boston Bruins knew that they would have time to get some games in under their belts before the playoffs start. In the first place of the Atlantic Division at the time of […]
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Panthers Have Playoff Experience With Coach Q and Bobrovsky
Before the NHL paused on March 12, the Florida Panthers were in a race to make their first playoff appearance in four years. Their last appearance was in 2015-16 when they finished first in the Atlantic Division but fell in six games to the New York Islanders in the opening round. Last season, the Panthers […]
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Bruins Enjoying Serious Success With Coach Cassidy
It is never easy to be told that your services are no longer needed. As a head coach of a sports team, that day can come at any time. Just ask Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy. Cassidy had his first shot as a National Hockey League head coach with the Washington Capitals 18 years ago. […]
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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 that the 2019-20 season that was paused on March 12 due to […]
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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 that unit in recent years. Related: Bruins’ Draft History Under Don […]
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