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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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

Torey Krug’s Top 3 Boston Bruins Moments

As most people already know, Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug is officially an unrestricted free agent. Bruins fans have been tirelessly demanding for him to be re-signed since earlier this year, however, we must come to terms that this is unlikely to happen. Just this morning, Krug addressed the media and said some not-so-promising things. […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Time Off: How This Could Affect the Bruins

It has certainly been quite a while since the Bruins last took the ice. Although the break has been unfortunate, and as Diehards we are ready to see the team lace-up again soon, it looks as is the team has, and will continue to receive an unplanned break.  During this crazy pandemic, the team have […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Upcoming Free Agent Class: Torey Krug

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 everyone involved, general managers […]

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Game Recap, Highlights, News

A Wild Night in Minnesota

On Feb 1, 2020 the Bruins played the second half of a back-to-back against the Minnesota Wild. A day prior, they beat the Winnipeg Jets 2-1. Charlie Coyle, whom the Bruins got from Minnesota when they traded Ryan Donato, was seen sporting the well-deserved ‘A’ Sean Kuraly was the only healthy scratch on the night […]

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Game Recap

Bruins at Kings Recap: Worst Case Scenario

Chalk that one up in the “frustrating loss” column. Despite being the better team for the vast majority of the game, the Bruins fell, 2-1, to the L.A. Kings, completing a winless California road trip. Boston finishes its season series against the three California teams without earning a single point in the standings, going 0-6 […]

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Game Recap

Bruins at Sharks Recap: Shark Bitten

Costly mistakes and a lack of finish led to a 3-2 loss in San Jose to begin the California road trip. The Florida Panthers beat the Habs (thanks for nothing, Montreal) to leapfrog the Bruins in the standings as the top seed in the Atlantic Division. Fortunately, the Lightning stayed put as they lost to […]

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News

Krug, Spooner In The Line-Up Against Blue Jackets

Boston Bruins fans received good news earlier this afternoon, as it was announced that both Ryan Spooner and Torey Krug are healthy and in the line-up against the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight. Spooner was a scratch on Saturday night after missing the Bruins pre-game practice due to “feeling under the weather”. It’s good to get […]

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