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The Bruins may not be playing hockey right now, but defenseman Dougie Hamilton -- a key piece to Boston's future -- is still on the ice.
Hamilton has been putting up strong numbers in the OHL, where he's not only getting his work in during the lockout but is also standing out. Hamilton has six goals and 17 points so far this season, leading all OHL defensemen.
Jenny Dell and Naoko Funayama caught up with Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli and coach Claude Julien, who were both pleased with Hamilton's progress on NESN Daily.
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Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien is looking forward to the end of the NHL lockout.
He managed to have a little fun Sunday when he served as a guest coach for a youth team that won a charity raffle for his services. He was on the bench for Winthrop's 3-2 victory over Watertown.
Julien addressed the team made up of 8- and 9-year-olds before and after the game. He also met with...
Even though the Boston Bruins aren't on the ice right now, head coach Claude Julien still has the coaching bug. As part of a promotion through the Bruins, a Winthrop Squirt B team won the opportunity to have Julien behind the bench for a recent game. And of course, the extra motivation that a Stanley Cup-winning coach making line changes helps out a team's morale for a regular...
If there's one positive to take from the NHL lockout, it's that a few Bruins are doing very well overseas. NESN Daily gave us updates on how Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley are doing while the NHL lockout continues. Seguin has 15 points in 11 games playing in the Swiss Elite League while Peverley had a goal and two assists in his last game with JYP in the Finnish SM Liga....
Boston Bruins goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban seen here with his OHL junior team the Belleville Bulls, has had an excellent start to the 2012/13 season
While the drudgery of the lockout looms over the owners, players, personnel, and the fans; there is still enough Bruins related news to keep you and I busy. Various B’s have taken to the various European leagues around the globe...
By Wil Goldsholl
Hartford, CT, October 27, 2012 - Despite being outshot 40-23, the Connecticut Whale defeated the Providence Bruins 6-3 Saturday night at the XL Center.
The style of play reflected the geographical rivalry; the teams were grinding on the boards, finishing checks and peppering the goaltenders from the drop of the puck.
Kris Newbury led the way with a goal...