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The Bruins retained one of their top minor leaguers on Monday, signing Carter Camper to a one-year, two-way contract.
The 25-year-old center tallied 10 goals and 37 assists for Providence this season, ranking second on the team both assists and points. He added a team-leading eight goals to go along with five assists during the P-Bruins’ Calder Cup playoff run, which ended in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Camper did not see time in the NHL this season, but he appeared in three games for the Bruins during the 2011-12 campaign, tallying one goal. He will likely begin the 2013-14 season in Providence.
Thumbnail photo via Facebook/Providence Bruins
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Tyler Seguin celebrating a goal (Photo Credit: Matthew Jacob)
This year’s Fourth of July celebration delivered its expected fireworks all across the U.S. However, there was an even larger explosion in Dallas, Texas and Boston, Mass, resulting in seven traded players.
Among the seven traded players, forwards Tyler Seguin and Loui Eriksson seemed to be the major reasons for the megadeal...
With Jarome Iginla and Loui Eriksson now officially members of the Boston Bruins, there's just one more piece of the puzzle for Peter Chiarelli to finish. And that's to resign Tuukka Rask and give Patrice Bergeron a much deserved extension. Rask emerged as one of the NHL's best goalies last season and should have been a finalist for the Vezina Trophy. While Bruins...
from Christopher L, Gasper of the Boston Globe,
Both the Bruins and Twitter being Seguin-free seem like good ideas right now, quick fixes to aggravating problems. But they might prove rash overreactions in the end. Professional athletes have to learn how to deal with the consequences of celebrity in the social media age and patience has to be shown with a potential franchise...
Boston, MA – While most of us were enjoying friends, family, food and fireworks in the spirit of celebrating the Fourth of July, Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli was hard at work reshaping his roster in preparation for what we all hope is another long Stanley Cup run in 2014. Part of the reason Chiarelli had to work so tirelessly through the holiday weekend was due...
Future Hall of Fame winger Jaromir Jagr has come close to landing in Montreal before, and it might be this summer that he finally ends up donning a Habs sweater.
According to TVA Sports (via the Toronto Sun), the 41-year-old forward has interest in joining the Canadiens. The free-agent forward has always had his eye on Montreal, according to his agent, former NHL defenseman Petr...
Let's get something straight here. Jagr isn't coming to Buffalo. The move doesn't make sense for anyone. I don't see any reason why Jagr would want to come to a team that is rebuilding. He's 41. Jagr is at the age where he wants to go to a Cup contender.
There are a ton of rumors going around, especially on Twitter. Just be cautious if you're looking through...
Loui Eriksson played in too few playoff games under too many coaches with the Dallas Stars.
Now the high-scoring forward gets a chance with a more successful and stable franchise.
''The last time I was in the playoffs we went to the conference final,'' Eriksson said Monday, four days after being traded to the Boston Bruins. ''It was real fun to go that far...
Loui Eriksson has played just over 500 career regular season games in the NHL, all of them with the Dallas Stars. Playing in a market that isn’t exactly a hockey hotbed and for a team that has known little but disappointment for the last decade, the 27-year-old may be conditioned to seeing things in a different light.
Any of those perceived perceptions, however, are about to change...
Boston Bruins fans are some of the most rabid in all of sport. They love their Black & Gold to the grave.
And Joey Munden of St. Catharines, Ontario is no different.
His collection is nothing to shake a hockey stick at.
Enjoy a tour of his Bruins Man Cave:
Damn I am jealous.
I had more like a Man closet and that’s gone with the arrival of baby Bruin…..I can always...
The Bruins had a need at forward and they filled it with Loui Eriksson.
The former Dallas Stars winger learned he would be coming to Boston in a blockbuster trade on July 4, and Eriksson has already made clear that he is excited to be joining the defending Eastern Conference champions. Eriksson’s two-way style served him well during his time with Dallas, as he averaged nearly a...
The fact that goaltender Tuukka Rask was going to get a hefty payday from the Boston Bruins has perhaps been about the worst kept secret in the city.
Mere moments after Dave Bolland and the Chicago Blackhawks shocked the Bruins with two goals in 17 seconds in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals, and brought the Cup back to Chicago for the second time in four years, the talk of the...
The reports you've been reading linking the Sabres as a possible destination for Jaromir Jagr are not true. Continue reading "Sabres Not In On Jagr, Says His Agent"
He made the Bruins look pretty stupid in the spring but veteran forward Jarome Iginla is making the B’s look pretty damn good this summer.
The former Flame and future Hall of Famer left Boston’s Black and Gold high and dry for Pittsburgh’s Black and Gold at the trade deadline this season, despite the teams agreeing to terms on a deal that would have sent him to The Hub in exchange...