Women's Hockey

(A WAY Too Early) 2021 NWHL Draft Preview

***This article has been updated as of 8/3/2020 I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the success of this year’s NWHL Draft, not only in its execution, but in its ability to select players with a significantly higher signing potential than in years past. So, I thought I’d build out what next year’s potential draft […]

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Boston Bruins, Game Recap

Boston v. Tampa yields mixed results

By Joe Russo Hockey’s triumphant return has taken on a form more like that of March Madness than the traditional spring tournament fans are accustom to. By noon eastern, you are treated to upwards of a half-day’ worth of hockey, which depending on who you are watching, feels like a weird combination of playoffs and […]

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Game Preview

Lineup Updates vs. Lightning

By Matt McGuirk Following the Bruins’ poor showing in Sunday’s round robin opener, head coach Bruce Cassidy is making some changes for this afternoon’s meeting with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Jack Studnicka will come out of the lineup for Nick Ritchie, who will be making his postseason debut. Studnicka fired three shots on goal in […]

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Opinion, Uncategorized

The Bruins Need Tuukka Back Now

By Eli Canfield After a 4-1 beatdown at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers in their first game in the Round Robin qualifier, one thing was for sure, the Boston Bruins needed Tuukka Rask back, and they need him back severely. Jaroslav Halak has served as an excellent backup all season long, calling him one […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Bruins Can’t Rely Solely on First Line for Scoring

By Ethan Nash The Boston Bruins were the best team in the National Hockey League during the 2019-20 regular season. Before the season was halted in mid-March due to the outbreak of COVID-19, they were dominant, amassing 100 points – six more than the next best team – to capture their third Presidents’ Trophy in […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

The Bruins Need to Shake off the Rust Quickly

By Matt McGuirk After a poor showing in their one exhibition game, the Boston Bruins followed it up with an equally disappointing performance in their round robin debut against the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday. They were slow from the start, the top line was noticeably off, and the team just looked flat overall. All are signs […]

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Boston Bruins, Breaking News, News

Ondrej Kase Rejoins Bruins in Toronto

The Eagle has landed. I report, The Eagle has landed. After a week of heavy speculation and chaos on Twitter as it relates to Ondrej Kase’s health and preparedness for the playoffs, the Boston Bruins announced Saturday afternoon that the 24-year-old forward made it to Toronto and is practicing on-ice. Kase was acquired by the […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Bjork Extension: A Tremendous Deal for the Bruins

By Drew Johnson The Boston Bruins inked Anders Bjork to a three-year, $4.8 million extension on Wednesday just over 24 hours away from the team’s return to action (albeit, for an exhibition game). The winger has been streaky at best with 34 points in his 108 NHL starts in a Bruins sweater, though there are […]

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News

Bruins, Bjork agree to Contract Extension

By Ethan Nash The Boston Bruins announced on Wednesday afternoon that the club has signed forward Anders Bjork to a three-year extension worth an average annual value of $1.6 million. Bjork, who turns 24 next week, played in 58 games for the Bruins during the regular season amassing nine goals and 19 points. In his […]

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