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Report: Bruins sign Jordan Caron to one-year contract.

Bruins new practice facility to be built in Allston-Brighton

How much longer should Bruins’ core stay together?

Bruins to appear 17 times on NBC/NBCSN

UncategorizedMar 4, 4 years ago

Tonight is “Don Cherry Night” on NESN

Tonight on NESN will be “Don Cherry Night” as the Boston Bruins take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at the TD Garden. Cherry will join NESN hosts Kathryn Tappen and Mike Milbury as a featured analyst on the pregame show, W.B. Mason’s Bruins Face-O…

NewsMar 4, 4 years ago

Bruins’ trade deadline a complete failure

The Boston Bruins headed into the NHL trade deadline on Mar. 3 after the Olympic break on a sour note. En route to snapping a four-game winning streak, the Bruins lost with yet another lackluster effort Tuesday night, 4-1, to the Montreal Canadiens a…

NewsMar 3, 4 years ago

Boston now owns Seidenberg’s compelling contract

It was no surprise that Panthers’ general manager Randy Sexton was going to be a seller by this NHL trade deadline day. It was even more obvious that he was going to deal impending free-agents; such as F Dominic Moore, D Jordan Leopold, and D D…

NewsMar 3, 4 years ago

Seidenberg’s 2009-10 stats

With Derek Morris now gone, Bruins fans, here’s his replacement: Dennis Seidenberg. A strong blue-liner who eats a ton of minutes and blocks virtually any shot that comes his way. But with 30 minutes remaining in the NHL trade deadline, this ha…

NewsMar 3, 4 years ago

Bruins acquire Seidenberg from Florida

With roughly three hours remaining in the NHL trade deadline, Peter Chiarelli is wheeling-and-dealing and making some last minutes moves. Next move: The Boston Bruins acquire two defensemen – Dennis Seidenberg, 28, and Matthew Bartowski, 21, …

UncategorizedMar 3, 4 years ago

Derek Morris: Going back to Phoenix

TSN.ca reports that the Bruins have traded Bruins’ defenseman Derek Morris back to the Phoenix Coyotes, where he had spent five NHL season. The compensation: a [conditional] fourth-round pick in 2011. Dominic Moore = second-round pick in 2010; …