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Alexander Khokhlachev One Of Many To Sign KHL Contracts This Offseason

Boston Bruins: Multiple Bruins Sign With KHL This Offseason Including Alexander Khokhlachev In the modern-day NHL, it isn’t uncommon to lose players in an offseason. Due to various reasons that include salary cap issues, a change in team-direction, a falling out between a player and a franchise, or simply the temptation of testing free agency […] Boston Bruins: Alexander Khokhlachev...
Via Causeway Crowd
1 hour ago

Bruins announce preseason schedule, details of rookie camp

The Bruins announced their preseason schedule Tuesday, also revealing details about rookie camp and the team’s general training camp. Rookie camp will open on Sept. 15. The Bruins’ preseason games will begin on Sept. 26 when the B’s host the Blue Jackets at TD Garden. Included in the preseason schedule is the previously announced game between the B’s and Canadiens in Quebec...
Via Big Bad Blog
3 hours ago

Bruins Should Move on from Current Aging Veterans

Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney certainly has his hands full with a list of restricted and unrestricted free agents to sign or not sign. With recent coaching changes throughout the organization, it seems the team is preparing to potentially add a few more players to the offensive depth with coaches that are already familiar with current prospect attributes. Potential...
Via The Hockey Writers
4 hours ago

Getting Ready For the Youth Movement

The Boston Bruins understand that the 2016-17 season could be a very interesting year for the Black and Gold. They’ve already made some changes in their front office, removing Doug Houda and Doug Jarvis from their assistant coach positions. Now, the fans and the organization know there will be some changes on the team. The […] Boston Bruins: Getting Ready For the Youth Movement...
Via Causeway Crowd
19 hours ago

Boston Bruins world class players

Though the Boston Bruins didn’t make it into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, a few of their players have been preparing for a different tournament: the World Cup of Hockey. Seven members of the team were named to the rosters in March and as the final rosters were announced on the May 27 one other Bruin joined the list. Brad Marchand was one of the final additions to Team Canada’s...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Hoping Don Sweeney’s Plan Works

The Boston Bruins Achilles’ heal has been its’ blueline these last two seasons.  A combination of injuries, mediocre play, and head-scratching moves have left a once mighty defensive core a shadow of its former self. Still Bruins general manager Don Sweeney believes in Boston (at this point we have to wonder if its only because […] Boston Bruins: Hoping Don Sweeney’s Plan...
Via Causeway Crowd
1 day ago

Bruins GM Provides Free Agent Update On Loui Eriksson, Torey Krug

The Boston Bruins have several decisions to make on players eligible for unrestricted and restricted free agency before July 1, and general manager Don Sweeney provided updates on a few of them Wednesday. The most important decision involves veteran winger Loui Eriksson, who will be a UFA in July if unsigned. Eriksson ranked tied for second on the B’s in scoring last season with...
Via NESN.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins ‘Exploring A Bunch Of Different Things Trade-Wise,” Says GM

The Boston Bruins have barely missed the Stanley Cup playoffs in each of the last two seasons, and general manager Don Sweeney will look to the trade market to improve his roster. “We’re exploring a bunch of different things trade-wise. It’s difficult in this league,” Sweeney said during a media conference call Wednesday. “But I think we’re in a position with two first...
Via NESN.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

The Boston Bruins shot themselves in the foot with Kevan Miller deal

Kevan Miller has gotten paid. The Boston Bruins announced on Tuesday that they’ve signed the defenseman to a four-year contract extension worth $10 million. Miller appeared in a career-high 71 games for the Bruins in 2015-16, scoring five goals, 13 assists, and 18 points with a +15 rating. The contract is a tough one for a variety of reasons. Miller, a right-handed shot, was...
Via Puck Drunk Love
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins give Miller 4-year extension; add 2 new assistants

BOSTON (AP) The Bruins have signed defenseman Kevan Miller to a four-year contract extension and added a pair of assistant coaches. Boston general manager Don Sweeney announced the moves Tuesday. Miller's extension will run through the 2019-20 season and have a cap figure of $2.5 million per year. He entered the offseason as an unrestricted free agent. The Bruins also signed...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins Hire Bruce Cassidy, Jay Pandolfo As Assistant Coaches To Claude Julien

The Boston Bruins announced a few coaching changes Tuesday for the upcoming 2016-17 NHL season. Bruce Cassidy and Jay Pandolfo were added to head coach Claude Julien’s staff as assistants, while assistant Doug Jarvis will not be retained. Cassidy and Pandolfo join Joe Sacco and Bob Essensa as the assistants on the Bruins bench. Bruins coaching changes recapIn: Cassidy, PandolfoOut...
Via NESN.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Brad Marchand scores a goal from behind the goal line

The IIHF World Championships can be used as a developmental tournament for some countries while for others it is a chance to assert their dominance. Brad Marchand and Team Canada definitely fall into the latter category. Take a look at this absurd goal. Everything about that was absolutely fantastic. Marchand was a one-man wrecking crew on this play. A lot of people around the...
Via Puck Drunk Love
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Claude Julien will return as Boston Bruins head coach

It was expected Boston head coach Claude Julien would be given the axe following the Bruins missing the playoffs for the second consecutive season, but on Thursday, it was surprisingly announced the club is retaining him. “I emphatically believe that Claude can take us through what has been a bumpy transition period. I have work to do,” general manager Don Sweeney said in...
Via Puck Drunk Love
April 14, 2016  |  Discuss
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