Found July 02, 2012 on
WILMINGTON, Mass. -- For most of the undrafted or unsigned players invited to participate in the Bruins development camp, it can be a pretty anonymous existence skating alongside the organization's most highly-touted prospects. That's not the case for Justin Courtnall. He brought to the camp not just the solid resume he had put together in his first three seasons at Boston University, but also a recognizable hockey name and all the baggage that comes with it. Courtnall's father, Geoff, played 17 seasons in the NHL, beginning with parts of five seasons with the Bruins, and finished with 799 points and...

Dougie Hamilton, Malcolm Subban Looking Forward to Applying Lessons Learned in Bruins Development Camp

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Summer school is over, but the real education is just beginning. The Bruins wrapped up their sixth annual development camp Monday at Ristuccia Arena, closing the five-day camp with more power-skating drills in the morning followed by a final scrimmage. The White team prevailed 4-2 in that one to sweep the scrimmages that closed out the final two days of the camp...

Tuukka Rask Could Someday Pass the Torch to Malcolm Subban in Bruins' Net (Podcast)

The Bruins stunned a lot of fans by nabbing a goaltender in the first round of this year's NHL draft. Throw in the fact that they drafted the brother of hated rival P.K. Subban, and the move was downright shocking to most. In reality, though, the move actually makes plenty of sense for Boston, especially considering how unpredictable the goaltending market can be from year to...
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