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BRIAN BOYLE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brian Boyle Decided Tampa Bay Was The Place To Play

from Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune, After hearing rave reviews on the Lightning — not to mention living in Tampa — Boyle opted to join forces with Callahan once again and signed a three-year contract with Tampa Bay worth $6 million. Boyle was on his honeymoon in Maui when he signed his new deal, and with wife Lauren Bedford, a model in consideration for the next...
Via Kukla's Korner
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Lightning sign Brian Boyle

The Lightning picked up another Rangers player today by signing Brian Boyle to a three year, $6 million contract. Boyle allegedly wanted to leave New York to search for more playing time. But as Raw Charge points out, Boyle likely slots in on the Lightning’s fourth line. Boyle’s wife is apparently from the Tampa Bay though and he is believed to have been offered more by the Maple...
Via Save By Richter
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Boyle Headed To Free Agency; Pouliot Getting 3-Year, $9M Offers

Any Rangers fan hoping that next year’s roster will resemble last year’s Stanley Cup Finalist squad is going to be sorely disappointed. Wednesday night, we heard that talks with Anton Stralman are not going well, now Pat Leonard at the Daily News is reporting that Brian Boyle plans on heading to free agency. Leonard says that Boyle’s agent wouldn’t comment on the status of...
Via NY Rangers Blog
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Rangers trade negotiating rights of Boyle / Stralman?

Based on the comments made by both Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman, it looks like both will be playing in different uniforms next season. Boyle has said he is looking for a bigger role –likely a third line role with less defensive zone starts– and won’t get that in New York. Stralman is looking for […] The post Should the Rangers trade negotiating rights of Boyle / Stralman...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Free Agency Predictions: Brian Boyle

Is this Boyle’s last season in a blueshirt? One of the most heated debate topics among Rangers fans is the enigma that is Brian Boyle. If you were to ask 20 Rangers fans how they felt about Boyle, 10 would tell you he’s a valuable asset to the team who provides a lot of grit and heart, and 10 would tell you that he is an abomination of a player with dicks for fingers who plays...
Via Save By Richter
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Stay or Go: Brian Boyle

When Dave and the staff here at Blue Seat Blogs first conjured up the concept of “Stay or Go” posts, they were originally meant to be for current roster players on the verge of free agency. Although Boyle isn’t a free agent this offseason — his deal is up next year — I think it’s worth discussing moving the big fella given our cap issues and some of our roster needs...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
June 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Don’t expect Boyle to be moved any time soon

(Scott Levy/NHLI/Getty Images) As Brian Boyle continues to sit in the press box, there have been some rumblings about trading him for some defensive depth. There’s some sound logic behind this, as the Rangers desperately need a sixth defenseman capable of 10-15 minutes a night, and Brian Boyle appears to be an asset that has seen a rookie take his roster spot. It makes sense honestly...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
February 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Player Review: Brian Boyle

Prior to the start of the 2011-12 season, center Brian Boyle had developed himself into a trustworthy and reliable role player for the New York Rangers. His contributions in all areas of the ice built themselves up as the years went by, as did his offensive numbers. Boyle was then handed a $1.7 million contract to re-sign with the Blueshirts last summer when he became a restricted...
Via The Rangers Tribune
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Rangers center Boyle on ice for morning skate

New York Rangers center Brian Boyle was on the ice Monday morning, a positive development in his efforts to return to the ice following an April 21 concussion. Boyle has not played since the fifth game of his team's Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Ottawa Senators, when Senators forward Chris Neil delivered a hard check that New York head coach John Tortorella...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Boyle returns to the ice

The best news of the day came from Rick Carpiniello, who broke the news that Brian Boyle was indeed on the ice and skating in practice. Boyle looks like he will return for the series against the Caps, meaning he will only have missed two or three games with his concussion. Boyle’s return is huge news for the Rangers. They will now be dressing a full strength roster, something they...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 27, 2012  |  Discuss
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