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May 6, 4 months ago

Five years ago today: ‘Sweep revenge’

Five years ago today: ‘Sweep revenge’

For all the progress the Bruins made in 2010-11, there was still one bit of business they had to put behind them from the year before. After blowing a 3-0 series lead against the Philadelphia Flyers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the two teams…

May 4, 4 months ago

Trio of injuries provides another twist in Bruins off-season

Trio of injuries provides another twist in Bruins off-season

With a six-month recovery timeframe after undergoing right shoulder surgery, Torey Krug could miss the start of the 2016-17 season. (Photo by Joe Makarski, Bruins Daily) In what has been an already busy off-season for Don Sweeney, the Bruins GM was d…

Apr 27, 4 months ago

Five years ago today: Horton’s heroics exorcises Bruins demons

Five years ago today: Horton’s heroics exorcises Bruins demons

Given the current state of the Boston Bruins, their run to the Stanley Cup in 2011 seems like ancient history. In reality, it was only five short years ago. One of the pivotal moments of that Stanley Cup run happened five years ago today on Causeway …

Apr 25, 4 months ago

P-Bruins Season Swept Away

P-Bruins Season Swept Away

The Providence Bruins began their 2015-2016 season back on October 9 with a 2-1 home overtime defeat at the hands of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. Last night, their season ended in almost similar fashion. Jake Guentzal– who opened the sco…

Apr 20, 4 months ago

Bruins management doubling down

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Don-Sweeney-Press-2.jpgBruins management doubling down

After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2006-07, Cam Neely was searching for Peter Chiarelli’s replacement. A few weeks later, Don Sweeney was named the new general manager of the Bruins. Here we are again a year later. A year where…

Apr 15, 4 months ago

Chris Casto providing depth on P-Bruins blue-line

Chris Casto providing depth on P-Bruins blue-line

All season long, the Providence Bruins have rode their high-scoring forwards to success. With Frank Vatrano potting goals at a one-per-game pace and Seth Griffith and Alexander Khokhlachev both in the top-4 in the American Hockey League in scoring, i…