Boston Bruins, Opinion

Is Jake Debrusk Due for a Breakout?

By Neal Lyons From the moment Victor Hedman unceremoniously ended the Boston Bruins 2020 campaign, the conversation shifted toward what the team would need to do in the offseason to come back improved for next year. One of the names coming up often is Jake Debrusk’s. Some have become impatient with a perceived lack of […]

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Opinion

Boston Bruins Need to Find Their Own Energy Source

By Ethan Nash There are over 17,000 screaming fans at TD Garden for every Boston Bruins home game. Every time there’s a crushing hit, a crucial save or a spectacular goal, fans rise to their feet and combine to make a deafening sound. It truly is a beautiful sight to behold. In the past, the […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Bruins Can’t Rely Solely on First Line for Scoring

By Ethan Nash The Boston Bruins were the best team in the National Hockey League during the 2019-20 regular season. Before the season was halted in mid-March due to the outbreak of COVID-19, they were dominant, amassing 100 points – six more than the next best team – to capture their third Presidents’ Trophy in […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Upcoming Free Agent Class: Jake DeBrusk

Article by: Joe Russo Let us assume the worst: COVID-19 continues to ravage the planet and ultimately a cure is unachievable within the next month or so. In response, Gary Bettman, along with the NHL’s brass, determines attempting to continue 2019-20’s campaign not an option and cancels the remainder of the season. While heartbreaking to […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

The Bruins Need More From #74

With the Bruins in  the midst of a crucial set this week against the Tampa Bay Lightning, points are going to be at a premium. With Boston holding a 7- point lead in the standings, these are going to definitely be the biggest games of the season thus far. In a season that has been […]

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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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Boston Bruins 2nd Line Continues to Struggle

By Brendan Conley The Bruins are 5-1, and it’s early in the season. So complaining may seem unreasonable this early, but seeing the Bruins sit at 21st in the league in goals-per-game is a bit of a concern. With the Bruins’ second line (DeBrusk-Krejci-Kuhlman) amassing a total of 0 goals and 2 assists for only […]

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