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Patrice Bergeron Receives Ninth Selke Nomination

This seems to be an annual topic for Bruins Nation, but Patrice Bergeron has been announced as a finalist for the Selke Trophy for not the first, second, but ninth time. Finalists were revealed on the morning of July 20th. Bergeron has won four Selke Trophy’s in the past and is currently tied with Bob Gainey. If […]

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boston pride, Breaking News, Women's Hockey

Laing Returns to Pride for 2020-21

We’re starting to see a team come together! After inking Christina Putigna to an extension late last week, the Boston Pride announced Monday that they had also tendered rookie Lexie Laing an extension for the 2020-21 season. It is clear that the team values Laing’s two-way game highly, as Coach Paul Mara called her, “One […]

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Game Recap

A Losing Streak Ensues for the Bruins

By Claire Mountcastle On December 9, 2019, the Boston Bruins played their first road game after a five game home-stand. Patrice Bergeron made his first appearance in several games due to injury. Within the first two minutes of the game, the Senators scored. The Bruins were incredibly sloppy and did not do Tuukka Rask any […]

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Opinion

Boston Bruins Game Day Discussion

By Neal Lyons With a new season of Bruins hockey upon us, let’s take a look at four talking points.  1. The right-wing situation Here we go again. It’s like Groundhog Day. Four years later and we’re still trying to replace Reilly Smith. That’s right, I said it! I’m pretty sure we’ve been forever cursed […]

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