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Bruce Cassidy gets the promotion he deserves

Bruce Cassidy ‘absolutely’ should return next season

Not enough left in Bruins’ tank

An outlook for Bruins’ UFA’s, RFA’s and potential expansion candidates

Apr 8, 3 weeks ago

Bruins encounter blue-line dilemma as playoffs approach

Bruins encounter blue-line dilemma as playoffs approach

Minor injuries and scratches aside, the Bruins played 80 games with a healthy blue-line. They were not so fortunate to finish with that same health in Games 81 and 82. And now, they are left with a dilemma entering next week’s Stanley Cup Playo…

Apr 8, 3 weeks ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Capitals

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Capitals

With the postseason clinched, the Bruins entered the last two games looking to improve their scenarios before the first round begins next week. Well, they didn’t get any help when Brad Marchand earned a two-game suspension on Thursday for his s…

Apr 7, 3 weeks ago

Will Butcher’s Hobey win highlights Friday’s Frozen Four festivities

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Hobey-Winner-2017.jpegWill Butcher’s Hobey win highlights Friday’s Frozen Four festivities

(Photo by Bob Snow, Bruins Daily) CHICAGO – The Hobey Baker Memorial Award recipient of college hockey’s top individual prize was Denver’s Will Butcher from the University of Denver, presented in a live ceremony held at the Aon Grand Ballroom a…

Apr 7, 3 weeks ago

2017 Frozen Four: Harvard hits heartbreak hill in last-second loss

2017 Frozen Four: Harvard hits heartbreak hill in last-second loss

(Photo by Bob Snow, Bruins Daily) CHICAGO – One and done – and in dramatic fashion. Harvard’s hope for a second national championship came to an abrupt end with 27 seconds left in regulation Thursday night at the United Center when Minnesota-Du…

Apr 7, 3 weeks ago

What we learned: Home ice in the first round now unlikely

What we learned: Home ice in the first round now unlikely

Heading into Thursday’s contest with the Ottawa Senators, the Bruins knew a regulation win would be ideal in their search for home-ice advantage for the opening round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. After an impressive first period where they…

Brad Marchand on recent suspension: “It was definitely selfish and undisciplined”

Brad Marchand on recent suspension: “It was definitely selfish and undisciplined”

By now, everyone knows that Brad Marchand’s edgy style of play has both its share of risks and benefits. That edgy brand of hockey will cost him the last two games of the 2016-17 regular season following his spear of Lightning defenseman Jake D…