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Sep 22, 4 days ago

Five Bruins Training Camp questions

Five Bruins Training Camp questions

Fresh off two straight disappointing finishes in the regular season, the Bruins open Training Camp tomorrow at the State of the Art Warrior Ice Arena. Aside from the look and the amenities of the new rink, the Black and Gold have plenty of questions …

Sep 9, 2 weeks ago

Bruins usher in a new era with Warrior Ice Arena

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BRIGHTON — The only similarity from Ristuccia Arena is the distinct chill from the ice rink. Everything else about the Bruins’ state of the art new practice facility from the locker room to the strength and conditioning room and the rest…

Jun 30, 3 months ago

Musings before the start of NHL free agency

Musings before the start of NHL free agency

The NHL free agency frenzy begins in less than 24 hours. Look for the Black and Gold to sign a top-four defenseman (not top two), by the middle of next week, given qualifying offers to Zach Trotman and Joe Morrow, and ongoing conversations to sign To…

Apr 20, 5 months ago

Bruins management doubling down

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After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2006-07, Cam Neely was searching for Peter Chiarelli’s replacement. A few weeks later, Don Sweeney was named the new general manager of the Bruins. Here we are again a year later. A year where…

Apr 10, 6 months ago

Time for Bruins to shake things up

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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…

Nov 10, 11 months ago

Murphy’s Hockey Law: NHL teams still learning to protect young stars

Murphy’s Hockey Law: NHL teams still learning to protect young stars

The Boston Bruins are one of many NHL teams currently still trying to find the best way to insulate their young players. With 18 year-old rookies making teams out of training camp more than ever and signing entry level contracts that pay them more ca…