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Any time the Bruins travel to Toronto, Peter Chiarelli must have a tiny smirk on his face.
In September of 2009 Chiarelli, sent forward Phil Kessel (and his six million dollar contract) to the Leafs for their first-round picks in 2010 and 2011, with a second-round pick tossed in for good measure.
The next year, Boston drafted former Plymouth Whalers forward Tyler Seguin with the second overall pick in the draft. In two-plus seasons in Boston, Seguin has 71 points and is a plus-35 overall.
With the second of the inherited Toronto first-rounders, the Bruins took defenseman Doguie Hamilton in the 2011 draft. Hamilton is already a full-time Bruin and has four points in his first seven games in Boston. Meanwhile, in three seasons with the Maple Leafs, Kessel has matched his highest goal total in Boston only once. His 37 goals last season was the best of his career, but the 25-year-old forward is a minus-40 since arriving in Toronto.
However, the Bruins are not the only team to pull off a...
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On Thursday Tyler Seguin celebrates his 21st birthday, and what better way to enjoy it than with a Bruins win.
On Tuesday Seguin had the rare distinction of scoring twice during a shootout against New Jersey — his first goal was waved off after a piece of debris was thrown on the ice. Likewise, on Thursday against the Sabres Seguin expects the same kind of physical, tough game...
The Phil Kessel trade might have been over three years ago, but that won’t stop Bruins fans from bringing it up again and again and again.
With the B’s heading to Toronto to play the Maple Leafs with Tyler Seguin and Dougie Hamilton in tow, Boston and Toronto fans took a trip down memory lane — with mixed results. While all of New England might have been thrilled with the deal’s...
A.B. As a dog lover I truly believe they are man’s best friend. Dogs are loyal and loving and are happy to see you every time you come home. That being said, dogs can also be bastards. Sometimes they rip apart your couch, sometimes they eat their own poop and sometimes they just won’t leave you alone. But Tyler Seguin’s brown lab has taken being a “bad dog’ to...
Tyler Seguin turned 21 on Thursday, and he celebrated by playing against the Buffalo Sabres.
He also celebrated with 200,000 or so of his closest friends on Twitter, with hundreds and hundreds of fans sending along well-wishes and the occasional marriage proposal.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette dove into the Bruins forward’s mentions to find some of the best. Check it out in the...
The Bruins hosted the Devils on Wednesday night in a game that went to a shootout. The Bruins ended up winning the game, with the best highlight being a hot dog being chucked on the ice as Tyler Seguin attempted his turn in the shootout. Clearly, the hot dog was enough of a distraction that Seguin didn’t score…. Oh wait, the game was in Boston so the flying wiener was meant for...
Tyler Seguin‘s big night didn’t have quite the party it could have, as the Bruins fell to the Sabres 7-4 on the Bruins forward’s 21st birthday.
Thomas Vanek was a big reason why, as the Bruins killer struck again. This time, he notched three goals during a five-point night that saw momentum swing after momentum swing finally wear down the B’s. Boston’s first loss at home...
With the Bruins on the power play, Tyler Seguin was looking to add to Boston’s 1-0 lead against Toronto on Saturday. His slap shot from the right circle fooled Leafs goalie James Reimer, but the netminder was able to turn the shot away — in very unusual fashion.
The Amica Coverage Cam shows Seguin’s shot deflecting off the knob of Reimer’s stick and sailing over the net....
The last time the Bruins took the ice, they were dealt their first regulation defeat of the season after allowing four third-period goals in a 7-4 loss to Buffalo. That performance, Bruins players say, was an aberration.
“[We made] some poor decisions that we don’t usually do,” defenseman Adam McQuaid said during W.B Mason Bruins Face-Off Live on Saturday. “Usually we’re...
One of the prevailing storylines each time the Bruins face the Maple Leafs is the infamous trade that sent Phil Kessel to Toronto in exchange for the draft picks that became Tyler Seguin and Dougie Hamilton. But where does this deal rank among the great trades in Bruins history?
Johnny Bucyk, Cam Neely and Phil Esposito all came to Boston via trade, and now all three have their numbers...