Bruins Re-Up with Providence, Add Jay Pandolfo to Staff, Promote Sweeney

The Boston Bruins made two minor moves Wednesday involving their future.
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins Extend Affiliation Agreement With Providence, Hire Jay Pandolfo As Player Development Coach

The Boston Bruins announced Wednesday a long-term extension of their affiliation agreement with the AHL’s Providence Bruins, as well as a couple of front office decisions. Among those is the hiring of former NHL player Jay Pandolfo as player development coach. The 39-year-old from Winchester, Mass., played college hockey at Boston University and then embarked on a lengthy NHL career...
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Bruins extend affiliation with Providence, hire Pandolfo as development coach

(Courtesy Photo) BOSTON, Mass. – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, August 27, that the club has agreed to a long-term affiliation agreement with the Providence Bruins. Chiarelli also announced that Assistant General Manager Don Sweeney has been named the General Manager of the Providence Bruins and that Jay Pandolfo has been hired as Development Coach...
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Jay Pandolfo Announces Retirement: ‘Very Fortunate To Live My Dream’

TORONTO — Jay Pandolfo is retiring after 15 seasons in the NHL and two Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils. The 39-year-old forward was born in Burlington, Mass., and also played for the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins. He announced his retirement Thursday through the NHL Players’ Association, saying he was “very fortunate to live my dream of playing in the NHL....
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January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Pandolfo retires after 15 NHL seasons

Jay Pandolfo is retiring after 15 seasons in the NHL and two Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils. The 39-year-old forward was born in Burlington, Mass., and also played for the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins. He announced his retirement Thursday through the NHL Players' Association, saying he was ''very fortunate to live my dream of playing in the NHL.'...
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January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

After 15 seasons, Pandolfo officially calls it a career

One of the better defensive forwards to ever play for New Jersey is hanging up the skates. Jay Pandolfo formally announced his retirement on Thursday, ending a 15-year NHL career highlighted by a pair of Stanley Cup championships with the Devils in 2000 and 2003. He had previously told CSNNE.com of his plans to retire back in December. “I was very fortunate to live my dream of...
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January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Pandolfo Announces His Retirement

from the NHLPA, Jay Pandolfo announced his retirement from the National Hockey League (NHL) today after 15 NHL seasons. Pandolfo, a native of Burlington, MA played 899 NHL games, scoring 100 goals and 126 assists for 226 career points. His career was highlighted by two Stanley Cup championships (2000, 2003) with the New Jersey Devils, the team he spent the first 13 seasons...
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January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Massachusetts Native and Former Bruin, Jay Pandolfo, Hangs Up The Skates

Bostonglobe.comCSNNEAfter 15 seasons in the NHL, 899 games, 100 career goals and the winner of 2 Stanley Cups, 38 year old WInchester, MA native, and former Bruin and Boston Terrier, Jay Pandolfo, is hanging up the skates.Last season,Pandolfo hopped on board the Bruins train to the Stanley Cup Finals, appearing in 18 games for the black and gold. Before his short time with the Bruins...
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December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Offseason Time: Playing Peter Chiarelli

It's all over Johnny. The season is over and Peter Chiarelli is going to have a lot of work to do to keep some key players around. Every year, after the season, I do my best to play Bruins GM and put together a Stanley Cup-worthy roster. I think I did it last year, but honestly - I can't remember. Things are blurry from the lockout. I probably didn't because of the...
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June 26, 2013  |  Discuss

A quick rundown of the Bruins’ media statements today

The Bruins returned to TD Garden today to clean out their lockers and speak to the media just two days after losing the Stanley Cup in the building on home ice to the Blackhawks. Here’s a breakdown of the news relayed to the media: Despite being awesome at Vine, the Bruins won’t be re-signing Andrew Ference. Jaromir Jagr won’t be back either. Patrice Bergeron isn’t human...
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June 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Tweets Of Note

Chiarelli said he told Jaromir Jagr and Jay Pandolfo that the Bruins are not signing them for next season; Wade Redden is a possibility ^CS — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) June 26, 2013   Jarmoir Jagr's agent, Petr Svoboda, says his client intends to return to the NHL next season. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) June 26, 2013   Artem Anisimov...
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June 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Kaspars Daugavins, Carl Soderberg, Jay Pandolfo Among Candidates to Fill Gregory Campbell’s Role (Video)

Filling the void on the fourth line caused by Gregory Campbell‘s broken leg will be a top priority for the Bruins heading into what could be a series-clinching Game 4 on Friday. Head coach Claude Julien has several options at his disposal, with Campbell’s most likely replacements including Kaspars Daugavins, Carl Soderberg and Jay Pandolfo. Only Daugavins has seen time in these...
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June 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Eastern Conference Finals: Bruins Bruised, Not Battered

By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo) Getty Images Weathered faces and post-season surgeries have become the norm for NHL hockey players. A puck to the nose here, a stick to the face there, get stitched up and back out on the ice they go. Usually it comes down to their feet; if they can still skate, they can still play. In Gregory Campbell’s situation last night, he had one working leg and...
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June 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins part of Boston's healing

Hockey games can be furious and loud, brutal and bloody. Yet the NHL might have the tightest-knit community in major professional sports. And so it is altogether fitting that the Boston Bruins -- a team of broad shoulders and big hearts -- will host the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday night in the city's first large gathering since the terrorist attacks Monday at the Boston Marathon...
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April 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins-Senators Live: B’s Look to Gain Some Momentum As They Open Homestand Against Sens

11 a.m.: The Bruins are in a bad way right now, but they’ve got a week of games at home to right the ship starting Monday with Ottawa. More importantly, however, is the fact that they’re starting to get healthy. Boston returns home after a highly disappointing loss to the lowly Carolina Hurricanes where they’ll host the Senators on Monday night in the first of four consecutive...
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April 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins beat Senators 3 -2

Boston Bruins  Forwards 17 (Lucic) - 46 (Krejci) - 18 (Horton) 63 (Marchand) - 37 (Bergeron) - 19 (Seguin) 29 (Pandolfo) - 49 (Peverley) - 38 (Caron) 20 (Pallie) - 11 (Campbell) - 22 (Thornton) Defense  33 (Chara) - 27 (Hamilton) 44 (Seidenberg) - 21 (Ference) 43 (Bartkowski) -  55 (Boychuk) Goalie 35 (Khudobin) Ottawa Senators Forwards 68 (Hoffman) - 7 (Turris...
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April 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Kelly: Broken Leg

A little late on the news, but Chris Kelly was diagnosed with a broken left tibia after receiving a hit by Ottawa Senator's Chris Neil on Monday night. Kelly will most likely be out 6-8 weeks, meaning he is done for the regular season. This is a big blow for the third line. Chiarelli better get to work trying to find a plug for the third line because Jay Pandolfo and Jordan...
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March 14, 2013  |  Discuss

After loss to the Peguins, Bruins need for offense becomes clear

The Boston Bruins have a strong grip on the second spot in the North East division, leading Ottawa by 7 points and trailing Montreal by only 1. Other than a few missteps by the defense, there has not been much to critique. Tyler Seguin seems to have found his game having scored 4 times in the past 4 games. Tuukka Rask has answered any questions that may have remained about his ability...
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March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Kelly Out, Khudobin Get's the Start

News prior to puck drop: Chris Kelly, who sustained an undisclosed injury last night in Ottawa will not be playing tonight. The third line should look like this: Jordan Caron on the right , Rich Peverely at center and Jay Pandolfo on the left. Coach on Chris Kelly: "No news. He's here with us...there's some swelling obviously so it's hard to say where he'...
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March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins must trade for Jerome Iginla

Jerome Iginla could help Boston win their second cup in 3 years The Bruins are off to a great start this year posting a 14-3-3 record in their first 20 games. The Northeast division is looking tough this season with Montreal Toronto and Ottawa also playing good hockey. The Bruins need to create separation from the pack and solidify themselves as the favorite in the East. Boston...
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March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins Place Chris Borque on Waivers

Earlier today the Bruins placed 27 year old Chris Borque on waivers after he racked up just one goal and three assists through 18 games and a differential of -6.  The team had been patient with Borque, giving him a healthy scratch on Sunday against the Canadiens and earlier in the season against the Sabres on January 31st. Borque had been splitting time between the third and fourth...
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March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

No Looch against Jets

If the Boston Bruins want to break their two-game losing streak they'll have to do it with out MIlan Lucic. After practice today Claude Julien said Looch won't be available for tomorrow's game against the Winnipeg Jets due to personal reasons. He's returning to Boston right away, No Milan Lucic vs. WPG. Has returned to Boston for personal reason. — Fluto...
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February 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Jay Pandolfo Signing Adds Depth, Insurance to Bruins Lineup (Video)

With 14 NHL seasons under his belt, Jay Pandolfo is the definition of a veteran presence. The Bruins will take advantage of that savvy this season, as the team signed the 38-year-old Mass. native to one-year, two-way contract on Tuesday. Pandolfo, who made his NHL debut with the Devils back in 1996-97, is expected to split time between Boston and Providence this season, providing...
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February 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins Sign Forward Jay Pandolfo to One-Year Contract

Jay Pandolfo has been traveling with and practicing with the Bruins for the last few weeks, but he was doing so without a contract. He got that contract on Tuesday. The Bruins signed Pandolfo to a one-year deal, the club announced Tuesday. That deal won’t become official until Pandolfo clears waivers. He was placed on waivers Tuesday. The 38-year-old is a native of Winchester,...
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February 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins Sign Jay Pandolfo

The Boston Bruins have signed 38 year old forward Jay Pandolfo to a one year 600,000 dollar contract. The 38 year old Winchester Mass native had a long career with the Devils and recently bounced between teams. The forward has been practicing with the B's.
Via BruinsLife
February 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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