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Bourques & Tarnasky Clear Waivers Meaning Roster Move Still Needed To Keep Duclair

Some bitter sweet news off the ice yesterday as Ryan & Chris Bourque as well as Nick Tarnasky all cleared waivers paving the way for their return to Hartford. While it’s nice that all three will remain within the organization, especially R. Bourque, who I’m not officially ready to give up on yet, unfortunately, it also means that the Rangers are still stuck at their max...
Via NY Rangers Blog
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Kristo, Bourque among those cut

The Rangers announced nine cuts today, including forwards Danny Kristo and Ryan Bourque: Forwards: Chris Bourque, Ryan Bourque, Danny Kristo, Nick Tarnasky Defensemen: Conor Allen, Mat Bodie, Tommy Hughes, Petr Zamorky Goalies: Jason Missiaen This leaves the Rangers with 34 players in camp. Oscar Lindberg, Jesper Fast, Kevin Hayes, Anthony Duclair, Ryan Haggerty, Marek Hrivik, […...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bourque Signs With New York Rangers

Chris Bourque is returning to an NHL organization. The New York Rangers announced Wednesday morning that they have signed the forward to a contract. The details of the contract were not released by the team. The 28-year-old son of NHL legend Ray Bourque last played in the NHL during the 2013 season. The younger Bourque appeared in 18 games with the Boston Bruins that season and...
Via NESN.com
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

B's place Chris Bourque on waivers

The Bruins look to be shaking things up, and it shouldn't come as much surprise as to where they started. The Bruins have placed third-line forward Chris Bourque on waivers, the club announced Thursday afternoon. That means the rest of the league has the chance to claim him, and if he's not picked up, he can be sent to Providence of the AHL. TSN's Bob McKenzie was the...
Via Fox Sports
March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins Place Chris Bourque On Waivers

BOS puts Chris Bourque on waivers. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 7, 2013 A.B. After playing 18 games for the Boston Bruins and logging a substantial amount of time on the power play, Chris Bourque has tallied just 4 points (3 assists, 1 goal). Today, as Bob McKenzie from TSN is reporting, the Bruins have seen enough. And while Bourque will take a roster spot for the Bruins’...
Via The Awesome Boston
March 07, 2013  |  1 Comment

Ray Bourque Has the Most Career Power-Play Goals in Bruins History

Fans might turn to Chris Bourque for some help sparking the Bruins’ power-play unit this year, and they do so with good reason. After all, it’s Ray Bourque, Chris’ father, who holds the team’s record for most power-play goals scored, with 166. Over the course of an illustrious 21-year career in Boston, the elder Bourque scored 395 goals, with 31 of them coming in the 1983...
Via NESN.com
February 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Bourque Relishes First Chance to Wear Bruins Jersey in Black and Gold Scrimmage (Video)

It has always been a dream of Chris Bourque’s to take the ice at the Garden in a Bruins sweater — just as his father Ray did for 21 years. The 26-year-old got that opportunity Tuesday night, when he suited up for the B’s in the team’s annual Black and Gold scrimmage. The Providence Bruins — Boston’s AHL affiliate — pulled out a 7-5 victory over the big league club...
Via NESN.com
January 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Bourque Carries on Father’s Hockey Name, Toils in Providence Awaiting Chance With Bruins (Video)

Ray Bourque was one of the all-time great defensemen, playing 21 seasons with the Bruins before finally capturing a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche The Bruins acquired Bourque’s son, Chris, this past May in a trade, and the younger Bourque is hoping to add his own name to Bruins lore in the coming seasons. Unlike his dad, Chris may play left wing, but Chris has been following...
Via NESN.com
November 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Bruins acquire son of Ray Bourque

The Boston Bruins have another Bourque on their team, acquiring forward Chris Bourque from the Washington Capitals for center Zach Hamill. Bourque is the 26-year-old son of Ray Bourque, the Hall of Fame defenseman who spent 21 seasons with the Bruins. The deal was announced by Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli on Saturday. Bourque appeared in 73 games for Hershey of the AHL...
Via AP on Fox
May 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Bruins acquire son of Hall of Famer Ray Bourque

The Boston Bruins have another Bourque on their team, acquiring forward Chris Bourque from the Washington Capitals for center Zach Hamill. Bourque is the 26-year-old son of Ray Bourque, the Hall of Fame defenseman who spent 21 seasons with the Bruins. The deal was announced by Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli on Saturday. Bourque appeared in 73 games for Hershey of the AHL...
Via AP on Fox
May 26, 2012  |  Discuss
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