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Feb 8, 2 weeks ago

Bruce Cassidy not here to “reinvent the wheel”

Bruce Cassidy not here to “reinvent the wheel”

If you’re expecting a completely different style of play when the Bruins take to the ice Thursday night for the first time under Bruce Cassidy, you better think again. “We’re not going to reinvent the wheel system-wise. I thought there’s a lo…

Feb 7, 2 weeks ago

Where do the Bruins go from here?

Where do the Bruins go from here?

On a day where New Englanders woke up ready to celebrate their now five-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots with a parade through the streets of Boston, just a few miles away from the parade route, another Boston-based team was certainly do…

Feb 7, 2 weeks ago

Management’s mishandling of Julien turns into a PR nightmare

Management’s mishandling of Julien turns into a PR nightmare

He was a puppet on a string for the last few seasons trying to make the most out of asset and personnel mismanagement by the front office. As a result, Claude Julien wound up being the scapegoat. All while the Patriots were parading through Boston ce…

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Feb 7, 3 weeks ago

The inevitable has arrived: Bruins fire Claude Julien

The inevitable has arrived: Bruins fire Claude Julien

On a day where the Patriots are celebrating their fifth Super Bowl win, the Bruins have decided to dump a news item hoping that few in Boston will notice. It’s a pretty important news item too. Just moments ago, the Bruins sent a press release …

Feb 5, 3 weeks ago

What we learned: Saturday night was all right (again) for Toronto

What we learned: Saturday night was all right (again) for Toronto

Now they begin to really count. Two months left in the regular season. First home game in February. Twenty-seven to go after Saturday night’s affair vs. conference rival Toronto, one of the teams the Bruins must finish ahead of to play after Game 8…

Feb 4, 3 weeks ago

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the Toronto Maple Leafs had a three-goal lead on the Boston Bruins. A 4-1 lead to be exact at TD Garden. Four notable differences from Saturday’s outcome and that memorable Game 7 night in 2013. One: T…