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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Opinion

The Curse of Marc Savard

By Neal Lyons On July 1st, 2015, the Boston Bruins traded right winger Reilly Smith, along with the final two years of Marc Savard’s contract, to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Jimmy Hayes. And, with that, the curse was born. It has been a revolving door at right wing, ever since. With every trade […]

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Opinion, Uncategorized

Let The Irish Fight: Anders Bjork

You’ve heard about it. You’ve read about it, and yes you’ve seen it. The 2018-19 Boston Bruins have been sneaking by with production from only their top line. It leaves a question as to what the organization should do. Should they go out and trade for a guy like Artemi Panarin? Or look for someone […]

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Breaking News, News

Dreger: “Bruins might shake things up a bit”

With the Bruins struggling to find consistency, as well as a relatively slow start for the youngsters, it’s no surprise that both General Manager Don Sweeney and Head Coach Bruce Cassidy are considering opportunities to make this squad more competitive. Players like Jake DeBrusk, Anders Bjork, Ryan Donato, and Danton Heinen have failed to catch […]

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News

Thoughts from Bruins Training Camp: Bjork, DeBrusk Appear Ready

The Bruins reconvened at Warrior Ice Arena this weekend to begin a training camp that holds more significance than others in past years. General manager Don Sweeney opted not to make any significant additions to the roster this offseason despite multiple openings in the lineup, indicating that he will be looking for solutions from within […]

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