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Boston Bruins 2017-18 Season Showing Early Signs Of Playoff Bust

It’s still much too early into the season to be worrying about the playoffs. However it is never too early to be concerned with inconsistent play that can hinder giving teams good habits to form to create winning ways. In the case of the Boston Bruins and their 2-3-0 start through the first 5 games, there truthfully hasn’t been anything …

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A Closer Look at the Eastern Conference Wild Card Race

The Eastern Conference wild card chase could not be any more confusing at the moment. Three teams are fighting to clinch a playoff appearance, with no situation more pressing than the Detroit Red Wings. Their 24-season post-season appearance streak is on the line. If it is extended, it would tie the St. Louis Blues, a team that made the playoffs …

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Can The Boston Bruins Maintain The Best Power Play Production This Season?

We’re only a little over two weeks into the 2015-16 NHL season and the Bruins find themselves with a 2-3-1 record heading into their game against the New York Islanders tonight. Although only a small sample size (not even 10 games in yet) to this point, the Bruins currently hold the best powerplay in the league that is converting at …

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To Sign Hamilton or Not to Sign Hamilton; That is The Question

It’s almost that time of year again, folks. The Stanley Cup Playoffs are winding down as the last two (sort of) expected teams finish their brutal, well fought battle to claim the championship in a (sort of) valiant way. And with that comes the dark, ominous cloud of the offseason looming in the miserable distance for all hockey fans. After …

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Boston Bruins Sign Joonas Kemppainen to a one-year, two-way contract

It didn’t take that long for newly appointed general manager Don Sweeney to make his first organizational move. In-fact all but twenty-four hours since taking on as GM of the Bruins, Sweeney sparks headlines by signing Finnish forward Joonas Kemppainen to a one-year, two-way contract. The Bruins announced Thursday that the deal includes a $700,000 NHL salary cap hit. The 27-year …

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Don Sweeney Becomes 8th All-Time General Manager of the Boston Bruins

Don Sweeney has now become the eighth general manager to serve the Boston Bruins after being announced earlier Wednesday morning to his new role. Sweeney served as assistant general manager the past six seasons and will be introduced at a 1:30 p.m. press conference at TD Garden today as the official new Boston Bruins general manager. “I am fully aware …

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Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli Fired After Nine Seasons

The Boston Bruins announced earlier on Wednesday that after nine seasons with the club, GM Peter Chiarelli has been let go. For what was only the second time in Chiarelli’s tenure as GM, the Bruins failed to qualify for the playoffs this season. Chiarelli’s overall regular season record as the Bruins general manager is 386-233-85, with his teams topping the …

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Tuukka Rask Continues to Shine for the Boston Bruins

Not only has Tuukka Rask been one of the most important players for the Boston Bruins since the start of the year, the Finnish star has undoubtedly been one of the NHL’s most consistent and impressive goaltenders of 2015. He has again highlighted just how important he is to his team’s chances of challenging for this season’s Stanley Cup. After …

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7 Reasons Why There SHOULD be a Bruins/Canadiens Winter Classic

*Morgan Freeman’s voice erupts from the pitch black oblivion that is your mind* Imagine if you will: We find ourselves in the not-so-quaint town of Foxborough, Massachusetts. There’s a chill in the air, an electric excitement carried on the brisk winter breeze mixed with the squeals and screams of hockey fans all across New England. Zoom in. Gillette Stadium is …

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