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Apr 5, 2 months ago

Charlie McAvoy already showing flashes of brilliance in Providence

Charlie McAvoy already showing flashes of brilliance in Providence

When Charlie McAvoy announced that he was turning pro after two seasons at Boston University, the media coverage, to say the least, was unlike anything for a prospect anyone around has seen for quite some time. On the sports segments of the late nigh…

Mar 22, 2 months ago

Tommy Cross becomes P-Bruins all-time leader in games played

Tommy Cross becomes P-Bruins all-time leader in games played

In the midst of a tight playoff race, the Providence Bruins picked up a huge 4-2 victory over their rival the Springfield Thunderbirds on Saturday to maintain their hold on fourth place in the Atlantic Division. But that wasn’t the only notewor…

Apr 12, 1 year ago

Brandon DeFazio quietly having successful season

Brandon DeFazio quietly having successful season

Be honest, if someone were to ask you to name five players on the Providence Bruins, would Brandon DeFazio be among those five? I doubt it. The first names that would come to your head when the P-Bruins are most likely some combination of Seth Griffi…

Apr 6, 1 year ago

Jeremy Smith solid amidst playoff push

Jeremy Smith solid amidst playoff push

Having lost Malcolm Subban for an extended amount of time and with Zane McIntyre still getting used to the professional game, the Providence Bruins were forced to turn to AHL-veteran Jeremy Smith. Smith, who started the year on loan with the Iowa Wil…

Apr 5, 1 year ago

Colin Miller recalled in the heat of final Bruins’ playoff push

Colin Miller recalled in the heat of final Bruins’ playoff push

Like any rookie in the National Hockey League, Colin Miller has seen his share of growing pains. In his first 39 games as a member of the Black and Gold, the former prospect of the Los Angeles Kings has 15 points and 32 penalty minutes to go along wi…

Mar 17, 1 year ago

Joonas Kemppainen bringing European flavor to Providence

Joonas Kemppainen bringing European flavor to Providence

Joonas Kempainnen’s first stint in North American Professional Hockey has been, to say the least, challenging. After nine seasons in the Finnish Elite League in which he scored 62 goals, 98 assists in 464 games, the Bruins signed Kemppainen to …