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Apr 12, 4 months ago

Not playing No. 1 draft picks questions their value from the get-go

Not playing No. 1 draft picks questions their value from the get-go

In the world of non-profit businesses, especially public schools and government, status quo and moderate productivity is tolerated because the taxpayer has little input into change and accountability, while the workers have a lifetime employment bene…

Apr 11, 4 months ago

Players come to Claude Julien’s defense, bear responsibility

Players come to Claude Julien’s defense, bear responsibility

As the rumors of Claude Julien’s future continue, the Bruins are expressing their responsibility for failing to execute his system and collapsing for the second straight season. On Saturday following their season ending 6-1 loss to the Ottawa S…

Apr 10, 4 months ago

Time for Bruins to shake things up

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Claude-Julien-Weekly-3-Stars.jpgTime for Bruins to shake things up

Last year, Peter Chiarelli was the odd man out after the Bruins collapsed late in the regular season and missed the playoffs for the first time since his first year as the team’s General Manager in 2006-07. That same season was the first time t…

Apr 10, 4 months ago

A whole lot of brotherly love as North Dakota wins eighth title

A whole lot of brotherly love as North Dakota wins eighth title

TAMPA – At 6:10 p.m. Saturday night, Philadelphia Flyers’ first-year head coach Dave Hakstol punched the last playoff ticket in the Eastern Conference when his boys took down Pittsburgh, 3-1, after the Bruins melted down in their 6-1 loss to Otta…

Apr 10, 4 months ago

Bruins playoff fate dashed with Loss, Flyers Win

Bruins playoff fate dashed with Loss, Flyers Win

For the Bruins, the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs started when they returned from their California road trip, having dropped all three games (then two more at the Rangers and at home vs. Florida) and finding themselves in a dogfight for the final spot in…

Apr 9, 4 months ago

Perseverance prevails in Pecknold’s New England path to the pinnacle

Perseverance prevails in Pecknold’s New England path to the pinnacle

College hockey’s coach of the year Rand Pecknold meets with the media a day before Quinnipiac’s national championship showdown with North Dakota. Photo by Bob Snow, Bruins Daily. TAMPA — He grew up in Bedford, NH, went to school at…