Women's Hockey

Official (Way Too Early) 2022 NWHL Draft Rankings

A few months ago, I unveiled my Top 100 players for the 2021 NWHL Draft class. I’ve spent that time adding to the list, improving it, and increasing my viewings for different players so that I can improve its accuracy. That also got me thinking – why not keep it moving? So, I present to […]

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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, News

Johnny Boychuk Retires Due to Eye Injury

Former Boston Bruins player Johnny Boychuk has retired at the age of 36 due to an eye injury suffered during the 2019-20 regular season. “After numerous and extensive medical exams, New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk’s career has come to an end,” the New York Islanders stated in a press release. According to the team, the […]

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Boston Bruins, News

Bruins Sign Jake DeBrusk to 2 Year Contract

The Boston Bruins signed forward Jake DeBrusk to a two-year contract with an AAV of $3.675 million the club announced Monday evening. In three seasons with the Bruins, the Edmonton native has tallied 62 goals and 58 assists in 203 regular-season games to go along with 14 goals and nine assists in 49 playoff games. […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Boston Bruins: Is Dan Vladar The Future In Net?

Over the past few seasons, the Boston Bruins have had one of hockey’s best goalie tandems in Tuukka Raska and Jaroslav Halak. While the pair will return next season, the future beyond then is uncertain. Both veteran netminders will be free agents next offseason, likely leaving the Bruins with at least one open spot at […]

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Opinion, Women's Hockey

2020-21 Women’s Hockey East Preview

We might have to wait until next calendar year for the NWHL, but women’s hockey is getting back under way this weekend. Given Pride fans tend to be located in the vicinity of the best college hockey conference in the country (you heard me), why don’t we walk through a preview of Women’s Hockey East […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Boston Bruins Release Reverse Retro Jersey

The Bruins have officially released their Reverse Retro jersey, dubbing it “A nod to ’90.”  It should be noted that this Bruins jersey is easily a top-five jersey among the Reverse Retro collection. Simplicity is something the Bruins took into consideration here while it was lacking with other teams around the league. This is not […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

Redesigned and Ready for Action

The Pride finally revealed their new jersey designs for Season 6, and they are FANTASTIC. The team stuck with their classic gold base and logo for their home jerseys, but added a really cool horizontal striping pattern that feels reminiscent of the Montreal Canadiens’ red jerseys have utilized for more than a century. It’s a […]

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Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins: Brandon Carlo Enters Critical Year

Over the past four seasons, Brandon Carlo has become a staple of the Boston Bruins blueline. The second-round pick has appeared in 297 regular-season games for the Bruins and is coming off a career year offensively. Entering next season, Carlo will play a vital role as the Bruins look to make a deep playoff run. […]

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Jake DeBrusk’s Value To The Bruins

With the offseason in full swing, the Boston Bruins seem to have their roster largely set. Their only major move of the offseason has been signing Craig Smith to a three-year deal. The Bruins were also able to re-sign Matt Grzelcyk but lost Torey Krug in free agency. One player, however, who is still awaiting […]

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