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Tyler Seguin won a Stanley Cup in his first professional season and he has been rather stellar since joining the Bruins. In 81 games last season for the reigning Stanley Cup Champions, Seguin had 29 goals and 67 points. He is thought to be one of, if not the most exciting young talent in the National Hockey League. NESN's Andy Brickley weighed in on the impact Seguin will have for the Bruins next season and the improvements he has made while playing in Boston. Watch the video above to hear Brick's thoughts on Seguin's role for the upcoming season on...
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Yesterday I posted the top 20 players by team and zone adjusted Corsi ratings. The leader is Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins. He was also the leader in 2010/11. This shows that Zdeno Chara has been the best player in terms of puck possession for the last two years running. When he is on the ice his team has the puck more than any other team even when you correct for his...
(April 3, 2012 — Source: Steve Babineau/Getty Images)
By Benjamin Woodward (@_BWoodward)
Player: Torey Krug
2011-’12 Team: Michigan State Spartans (NCAA) / Boston Bruins (NHL)
Drafted: Undrafted Free Agent (Signed March 25, 2012)
Vitals: 5’9”, 180 lbs., Age 21
Hometown: Livonia, Michigan
Camp Observations: At Boston Bruins 2012 rookie development camp,...
Boston Bruins Goaltender #1 Frank Brimsek was the 1938-39 Calder Memorial winner as rookie of the year and the winner of the Vezina Trophy on top of his Stanley Cup Championship.
Coming in at number two on our list is a team that could not be overlooked. While we here relish the memories of Bobby Orr, Cam Neely, Phil Esposito, Terry O’Reilly, and today’s Zdeno Chara, Tim Thomas...
Who else but Barstool would be right on top of this budding Massachusetts love affair. Raisman a native Masshole, is a huge Boston Bruins fan….. and it seems like Seguin, who has been dominating chicks behind the scenes, may be looking to dip his wick into some gold. I think it’s a done deal if Seguin signs up!
@tylerseguin92 thanks :) really excited to watch you play this season! ��— Alexandra Raisman (@Aly_Raisman) August 1, 2012Aly Raisman is the local girl from Needham, MA who captained the U.S. squad to the team gold medal a couple days ago. Seguin's tweet didn't help her in the all around finals tonight as she ended up in 4th.