Boston Bruins

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There is no question that the Boston Bruins are playing stellar hockey. They’re currently the second best team in the Eastern Conference and there is no indication that this will change. There is a clear drive that is present throughout each player and that is ultimately carrying this club. No one expected this much success from
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As the Boston Bruins’ season progresses, it is quite apparent that they are legitimate contenders. This is mainly because their team chemistry is outstanding. Every line is firing on all cylinders and scoring depth is at a premium. This is something that the Bruins have been lacking over the past few seasons. Yet, the way
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It is not beyond the realm of possibility that Boston Bruins prospect Ryan Donato, in a span of two months, plays hockey at the collegiate, Olympic and NHL levels. Should he play just one game at the end of this season for the Bruins (much like Jacob Forsbacka-Karlsson last season) he would be the first
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Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand is an elite hockey player. He’s a two-time NHL All-Star and comprises one-half of arguably the most dominant duo in the NHL alongside Patrice Bergeron. He’s a ferocious competitor, not only undaunted by the limitations placed on him by his diminutive stature but actually emboldened by them. Anyone who has
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It didn’t take long for the Bruins to return to their winning ways after suffering their first regulation loss in 19 games against the Anaheim Ducks. Despite the team still missing Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, Noel Acciari and now Anders Bjork, the Bruins showed no signs of slowing down Thursday night in a 3-1 victory
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It didn’t take long for bad injury luck to strike the Bruins after the team was relatively healthy for a few months. After being recalled on an emergency basis and playing in a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators, Anders Bjork was re-assigned to Providence for the All-Star Break before being recalled without the emergency
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The Boston Bruins are on a streak of epic, historical proportions, having recorded at least one point in 18 consecutive contests (14-0-4) as they emerge from the All-Star break. Eighteen. As in, the Bruins’ point streak can buy itself a pack of Marlboro and join the Marine Corps. Ok, so it hasn’t been quite that
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When the Boston Bruins announced that young star defenseman Charlie McAvoy would be undergoing surgery to correct an abnormal heart rhythm, many were shocked. It’s something that would cause concern if it was happening to any player, let alone a 20-year-old who is right in the thick of the Calder Trophy race. It’s for that
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When a team is rolling the way the Boston Bruins have been, the hope is that nothing changes for as long as possible. Unfortunately, life isn’t always fair and things don’t always go as planned. For the Bruins, this was the case when Charlie McAvoy had surgery, Brad Marchand got suspended and Noel Acciari got
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The NHL has come down hard on Boston Bruins’ forward Brad Marchand, suspending him five-games for an illegal elbow to the head of New Jersey Devils’ forward Marcus Johansson. The play went unpenalized but the damage was long-lasting as Johansson was later diagnosed with a concussion. Notably, Johansson also missed a month of hockey in
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When the Boston Bruins’ season commenced on Oct. 5, the B’s found themselves on home ice versus the defending Western Conference champions, minus Patrice Bergeron, David Backes and Torey Krug. Though first-year players Charlie McAvoy, Jake DeBrusk and Anders Bjork would garner most of the headlines following the victory in which all three were utterly
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Heart, energy, leadership and secondary scoring. These are all things that come to mind when thinking about Boston Bruins’ forward Sean Kuraly. It stands to reason, too, given his role on the team’s fourth line alongside Noel Acciari and Tim Schaller and how well that trio has played in Boston this season. One word that
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With the NHL Trade Deadline roughly six weeks away, the Boston Bruins’ approach to the cutoff will be dictated by their answer to one simple question: How important is this season? For all intents and purposes, they’ve “arrived” a bit earlier than most expected. That’s not to say that being firmly entrenched in playoff position
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This Boston Bruins team is the best the NHL has seen in years. From a Stanley Cup-winning team in the prime of their run with two appearances in a span of three seasons to missing the playoffs for two consecutive years, the Bruins have certainly seen their ups and downs in recent years. Still, with
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Predicting the Stanley Cup winner in January is about as fruitless as picking the winner at the start of the season. While trends, statistics and team compositions can indicate and project whether certain players or teams are on the upswing or not, there’s a reason the athletes on the ice play the games. If projections
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Rookies (or “first-year players” as captain Zdeno Chara prefers) figured to play an integral role this season for the Boston Bruins. Eschewing the big-name free agent signings of years past and opting instead to ride the youth wave, success was to be largely predicated on the readiness of several promising prospects within the pipeline. It
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When the Boston Bruins sent Anders Bjork down to Providence of the AHL, it could have very easily been seen as a demotion. In reality, it’s a situation where the Bruins are doing too well as a team to focus on helping a struggling young rookie along right now. It’s no secret that Bjork has
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If there’s ever been a “year of the rookie” in the NHL, it simply has to be this year. In recent history, fans of NHL hockey have been spoiled with young stars like Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel, Auston Matthews, Jack Eichel, Aaron Ekblad, Mitch Marner, William Nylander and many more – too many to name,