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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Uncategorized

Joakim Nordstrom Signs 1 Year Deal with Flames

Boston Bruins fans can say goodbye to Joakim Nordstrom. On Monday, Nordstrom signed a one-year deal with the Calgary Flames for $700,000. Nordstrom never scored at a high rate-he only tallied 4 goals and 7 points last year-but his high energy level and elite penalty-killing ability made him one of my favorite players. Never in […]

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Boston Bruins

Where the Bruins Blue Line Stands

When the 2021 NHL season begins, the Boston Bruins blueline will look different from a few months ago. Torey Krug left for St. Louis and the status of Zdeno Chara is uncertain for the foreseeable future. While the Bruins will have some unfamiliar faces their returning veterans will be taking on new roles. Prospects such […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Where Bruins Stand After First Week Of Free Agency

With the first week of free agency in the books, the Boston Bruins made headlines as Don Sweeney began to reshape the roster. Fan-favorite Torey Krug signed with the St. Louis Blues leaving a hole in the Bruins blueline. While his departure came as no surprise, it closed the books on his memorable nine-year run […]

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Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins Sign Craig Smith to 3 Year Deal

By Nick McCarthy Last Saturday, the Bruins signed a perennial 20-goal scorer in Craig Smith. Smith, a former Nashville Predator, received a three-year deal with an annual cap hit of $3.1 million. Smith is a natural right-winger with a strong tendency to shoot the puck-something the Bruins desperately needed for the last several years. The contract […]

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News, Opinion

Remembering Torey Krug’s Time in Boston

By Ethan Nash Torey Krug’s tenure with the Boston Bruins came to an end on Friday when the 29-year-old defensemen signed a seven-year, $45.5 million contract with the St. Louis Blues. The deal carries an average annual value of $6.5 million and runs through the 2026-27 season. In the 523 games that Krug appeared in […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Boston Bruins Historical 2020 NHL Draft

Without a first round selection to kick off Tuesday nights NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins stood idly by. Perceived by many to be analyzing their options considering they were reportedly in on everything. The San Jose Sharks concluded an relatively uneventful first night by selecting the awesomely named Ozzy Wiesblatt at 31 overall. Intentional or […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Does Don Sweeney Have A Beef With The CHL?

By Neal Lyons The 2020 NHL Entry Draft is just a day away. A time where fans get a look into the future while trying to make sense of the past. A time when we all believe that we know more than the league’s GM’s and scouting staff. A time full of optimism, speculation, and, […]

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