Found September 09, 2013 on
Days of Y'Orr:
I know the thought of sending Dougie Hamilton to Providence immediately has some people shaking their head. We know what this kid is projected to turn into. He was a top 10 draft pick, he showed some promise in his first few weeks offensively and he'll be a big part of the Bruins organization going forward. The reason I ask this question, however, is because it is unknown if Hamilton will take the leap needed to become an intrical part of the defense this season.
With Hamilton turning 20, he is now eligible to play in the AHL - something he could not do last year. So the question I propose to you is:
Could Dougie Hamilton benefit from a year in Providence?
The Bruins are well stocked at defensive depth with Chara, Seidenberg, Boychuk, Krug, Bartkowski, McQuaid and Morrow. This is a squad (minus Morrow) that found itself moments away from a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Finals. The raw numbers, however, aren't anything to celebrate. Out of the 16 playoff teams last...
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Patrice Bergeron‘s Stanley Cup Final injuries will no doubt be inflated and overblown as time goes on. and for good reason.That’s just the way it goes with these types of things, and they become larger than life. However, the fact that we’re still talking about them — and his decision to play through them — says a ton about what kind of effort it really was. CBC.ca has...
Boston Bruins defenseman #27 Dougie Hamilton will be a much bigger part of the team’s defense this season
Last season was a treat for Bruins fans. We got to see the much anticipated arrival of prospect Dougie Hamilton, and the impressive playoff performances of Torey Krug and Matt Bartkowski. Each of these player’s performances made them worthy of a spot on this year’s roster...
If you caught NESN’s “Behind The B” on Monday night, you should feel dirty and ashamed because it was FULL BLOWN hockey porn. It brought you behind the scenes of the Boston Bruins starting with their loss to the Blackhawks in heartbreaking fashion in Game Six. You got full access to the Black & Gold brass as they made difficult personnel choices on Andrew Ference, got screwed...
Bruins training camp starts this week, which means Jack Edwards, Andy Brickley and new rink-side reporter Jamie Erdahl will soon be heading to TD Garden to cover the defending Eastern Conference Champion Bruins. But before NESN’s Bruins broadcast team takes off for the Garden, they will spend four days touring New England and meeting with fans.
NESN’s Back in Black and Gold Tour will...
Patrice Bergeron suffered a barrage of injuries during the playoffs, but he has been adamant about returning before training camp, and the forward appears to be right on schedule.
Training camp is only three days away, and No. 37 is already lacing up the skates and working out with his teammates at captains’ practices. After dealing with injuries to his ribs, a separated shoulder...
We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects.
Today, we take a look at the Boston Bruins.
By: Nick Richter (@PensNation_Nick)
2013 Season: 28-14-6, 62 pts (2nd Northeast Division, 4th Eastern Conference)
RW Jarome Iginla
D Mike Moore
RW Bobby Robins
RW Nick Johnson
G Chad Johnson
NESN today announced their plans for the 2013-2014 Bruins season, which include 71 Bruins games, enhanced pre and post game shows, a larger role for Billy Jaffe and have named Jamie Erdahl to replace Naoko Funayama at rink-side.
Erdahl has filled in for Jenny Dell on Red Sox broadcast on several occasions this season, and has gotten good reviews for her performance.
Here is the release...
Patrice Bergeron wasn’t sure he’d be able to swing a golf club yesterday.
The center who suffered multiple serious injuries during the Stanley Cup finals 21⁄2 months ago was still feeling the damage to his lower front ribs a broken rib and torn cartilage as he took part in the Boston Bruins Foundation’s 10th annual golf tournament.
Center Gregory Campbell also has not recovered...
Another New England summer is grinding itself down to a bittersweet end. Heralded in by the steady dissipation of homicidal thoughts swirling around my head while driving south on route 3 on a Friday afternoon, the arrival of Sam Adams "Octoberfest" (Really, Jim? August? Really?), and my father cursing at Tom Brady in the kitchen; Autumn has arrived. But, for yours truly...
Author's note: There are spoilers, though it's not like there's anything ground breaking. If you want to go into the show completely unaware of what happens, you should probably stop here. Also, you can catch the first episode here.
So tonight NESN debuted "Behind the B", a 24/7-eqsue show that grants people an inside look into the Boston Bruins organization...