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Jan 25, 7 months ago

Subban getting comfortable; Vatrano dazzling in return

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Frank Vatrano picked up right where he left off this weekend in his return to Providence. (Photo by Angela Spagna, Bruins Daily) In the midst of a stretch run that is seeing the Providence Bruins slowly start to climb back into the playoff picture, g…

Jan 20, 7 months ago

Colby Cave adjusting on the fly

Colby Cave adjusting on the fly

When you go from being one of the older players in Juniors to one of the younger players on the Providence Bruins, an adjustment to the professional game may take a bit longer than expected. Rookie Colby Cave is certainly learning that harsh lesson. …

Noel Acciari steadily improving for Providence

Noel Acciari steadily improving for Providence

Fresh off a National Championship with Providence College, Rhode Island’s own Noel Acciari is quickly and quietly making a name for himself for his hometown Providence Bruins, garnering the attention of his head coach, teammates and, quite poss…

Dec 21, 8 months ago

Austin Czarnik sparking P-Bruins run

Austin Czarnik sparking P-Bruins run

Since the end of November, the Providence Bruins have been almost a spitting image of their Parent Club. They are 7-1-1 in their last nine games and have climbed their way out of the cellar of the American Hockey League’s Atlantic Division. Whe…

Dec 19, 9 months ago

David Pastrnak to play with P-Bruins tonight

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One of the luxuries the Bruins have with David Pastrnak is the ability to send him down to Providence without having to place him on waivers. That’s exactly what they’re doing tonight as Pastrnak will join the P-Bruins in Springfield for…

Dec 15, 9 months ago

Size matters for Chris Breen

Size matters for Chris Breen

When you’re a 6’7 defenseman in the Ontario Hockey League, you would think you’d have the more than the ideal size to get some looks from pro scouts. For Providence’s Chris Breen, that, unfortunately, was not the case. Having …