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NewsJul 9, 4 years ago

Stuart staying put for one more year

It’s official: the Boston Bruins have re-signed defenseman and restricted free-agent, Mark Stuart, to a one-year contract worth $1.675M. The B’s now have their six starting defenseman under contract for this upcoming 2010-11 NHL season&…

OffseasonJul 3, 4 years ago

Bruins’ 2010 Development Camp roster

The 2010 Boston Bruins Development Camp schedule can be viewed here, and below is the roster of players/participants. Forwards: Tyler Brenner, Jordan Caron, Joe Colborne, Craig Cunningham, Alexander Fallstrom, Justin Florek, Mark Goggin, Jared Knigh…

NewsJul 2, 4 years ago

Bruins 2010 Development Camp schedule released

The Boston Bruins Media Relations Department has released the schedule, as of July 1, for their fourth annual Bruins Development Camp for the upcoming 2010-11 NHL season. Tuesday, July 6 (Wilmington and Bedford, MA) -Fitness testing at Ristuccia Ar…

OffseasonJul 2, 4 years ago

All quiet on the Bruins’ free-agency front

Just under 24 hours into the NHL’s free-agency period, and as usual, the Boston Bruins remained quiet and inactive—inking just two players to contracts. The B’s signed penalty-killing specialist Daniel Paille to a two-year, $2,15M c…

OffseasonJun 30, 4 years ago

Bruins must be active during free-agency

To say, by dealing Marc Savard, that the Boston Bruins’ offense would be left with bigger holes than a block of Gruyère cheese would be an understatement. But dealing the hockey club’s No. 1 center and best offensive pivot wouldn’…

OffseasonJun 23, 4 years ago

Five reasons to like the Horton trade

The trade: Boston sends defenseman Dennis Wideman, the 15th overall pick this Friday, and their third-round pick in 2011 to Florida in exchange for center Gregory Campbell and right-winger Nathan Horton. After swirling this trade around in my head ov…