Boston Bruins

There has been a major shift in the way the Boston Bruins are handling their roster this offseason. For the first time in quite a few seasons, the Bruins defense will comprise young players, possibly all under 30. Related: Bobby Orr’s Landmark Season Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has made it clear that the plan
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The Boston Bruins and restricted free agent defender Matt Grzelcyk have agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension worth $14.75 million. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $3.687,500 and will keep Grzelcyk under contract until he’s 30 years old. For the Bruins, this deal makes a lot of sense. Grzelcyk has continually
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It has been five days since the Boston Bruins lost one of their top defensemen, Torey Krug, in free agency to the St. Louis Blues. In the last five seasons, Krug has averaged 43 points while playing over 20 minutes a game. He has played a valuable role on the blue line and been instrumental
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The 2019-20 NHL season lasted nearly a full calendar year, enough time for teams to experience a massive range of emotions. The Boston Bruins began with a fiery start and alternated hot and cold streaks until COVID-19 halted the regular season. The Toronto bubble took some adjusting, but Boston found a way to stay for
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Think of everything that has happened in the 14 years since Zdeno Chara became the captain of the Boston Bruins in 2006. The city of Boston has seen 11 championship trophies won by its professional teams (Patriots – three, Red Sox – three, Cannons – two, Celtics – one, Bruins – one, Pride – one). In
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Without a doubt, Boston Bruins’ left wing Brad Marchand is one of the most polarizing active players in the National Hockey League. He is at the same time a masterful goalscorer and a pest for the ages. Bruins fans love him. Fans of just about every other team hate him. His relationship with league officials?
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