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 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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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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