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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Opinion

Where do the Bruins go from Here?

By Ethan Nash Another year, another disappointing defeat in the playoffs. Since 2011 this has become the norm for the Boston Bruins. They get the fans’ hopes up after an incredible regular season, maybe even make it to the Stanley Cup Final and then break our collective hearts with a lacklustre playoff performance in the […]

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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

Zdeno Chara: A Model of Consistency

Since the fall of 2006, Zdeno Chara has been the face of the Boston Bruins. A beacon of hope at the time, for an otherwise identity-less franchise, symbolizing an organizational cleanse that would ultimately result in a decade and a half of contention. Despite an uncertainty of work returning anytime soon Chara has expressed a […]

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Game Recap

Bruins Display Scoring Depth in Win Over Coyotes

That is more like it! After two straight forgettable performances against the Avs, the Bruins responded with a 6-2 win over the Coyotes Saturday night in Arizona. Boston got contributions up and down its lineup, with six different goal scorers and 12 players recording at least one point. Backup goaltender Anton Khudobin made his first […]

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