Opinion

The Unthought Trade Candidate: Blake Coleman

With the Boston Bruins entering the All-Star break, it is clear to fans far and wide that while this team is still very strong and talented, they are lacking depth pieces to help them get the distance and on pace for back to back Stanley Cup Final runs. In my previous article, I discussed multiple […]

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Game Recap, Highlight, Highlights

Pride Keep Rolling, Down Rivs in MLK Matinee

By: Spencer Fascetta | Twitter: @PuckNerdHockey I could bore you all with yet another tale of Boston Pride dominance. That wouldn’t be out of place, following their league-leading 19th victory of the season, a 5-3 barn-burner with the Metropolitan Riveters. But that’s not what’s important. What IS important, is that this day, the Pride Took […]

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Opinion

The Boston Bruins 60 Minute Problem

What is becoming an alarming trend with this team was compounded this week when the Bruins lost not one, but two games where they were leading by 3 goals. This absolutely can not keep happening with this team. The Bruins were afforded a nice cushion in the division with their hot start. But you now […]

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News

Connor Clifton Out Until "At Least" February

In recent weeks, the Boston Bruins have begun finding their chemistry and returning to the full-60 minute effort they displayed at the beginning of the season. Much of their success has been a result of utilizing all four lines for offensive pressure, as well as a heavy transition game from the three defensive units. Although […]

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Opinion

Have we seen the last of David Backes in Boston?

When the Bruins signed him in the summer of 20116-17 to a 5-year $30 million contract that included a $13 million signing bonus, the vast majority of the people were shocked at the price tag. We thought coming to the Bruins was a hard-nosed player from his time as a captain with the Blues who fit the mold as a Bruin. The first season started out reasonably decent for him, with 17 goals along with 21 helpers. His stay here in Boston has been overshadowed by injuries and a colon surgery that limited his time on the ice for the Bruins.

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Opinion

Will David Pastrnak Win the Richard Trophy?

David Pastrnak is putting on one of the most impressive scoring displays in recent memory. Since the departure of Tyler Seguin in a trade that brought Loui Eriksson to Boston, the Bruins haven’t had a pure goal scorer on their roster. Forwards like Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, David Krejci, Nathan Horton, Marc Savard, Milan Lucic […]

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Game Recap

The Bruins Moms are 2-0

By Claire Mountcastle On January 9, 2020, the Boston Bruins took on the Winnipeg Jets after a successful win against the Nashville Predators. Winnipeg proved to not be such an easy task as the Bruins were absent captain, Zdeno Chara whom had been injured in the game prior. Brett Ritchie was a healthy scratch for […]

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Opinion

Possible Trades for the Boston Bruins

By Nick Germano Despite their strong showing against the Nashville Predators in Bridgestone Arena this past Tuesday, it is no secret that the Boston Bruins have been struggling to get two points. Fans on social media have seemed to take it upon themselves to decide what is best for their beloved team. Whether that be […]

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Opinion

All Eyes Are Now On GM Don Sweeney

However, since December 5th, the Bruins are a staggering 4-5-6, enough to watch their 15 point lead in the division shrivel down to only six points. As our good friend, Nick Germano pointed out, the Bruins are also 3-1-5 against non-playoff teams and only *1-4-1* against playoff teams, clearly indicating a problem with the team. Even worse? The Bruins have 8 games with 2 goals or less and are yet to score an even-strength goal in 2020.

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