Over the years, the Boston Bruins have had some great success in the NHL Draft. From late-round steals to future Hall of Famers, the B’s front office has managed to draft and develop a number of solid players in nearly every round of the draft.
Goals galore! Special teams and new line combos led the Bruins to beat the Flyers tonight. The Boston Bruins offense came out in full force tonight for a 6-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers at the TD Garden.
Adding Yandle could definitely mean more pucks in the net...but would it be the Bruins’ net? For many years now, talk of the Bruins acquiring Keith Yandle has been discussed by fans and NHL experts alike.
The 2020-21 NHL season is still very fresh, but over the past decade the Boston Bruins are not used to being out of a playoff spot – ever. However, heading into today’s action, that is exactly the Bruins predicament.
So much for the Bruins not be able to score. After the second period, the Bruins appeared dead. The team hadn’t scored a five-on-five goal in 11 (!!!) periods and eroded any momentum after a strong period with careless penalties.
David Pastrnak has become more active at practice for the Boston Bruins, and his return could not come a moment too soon. With that being said, we must not overreact to the Bruins’ slow start without him.
This is the first installment of Bruins Weekly, which will include a look back at the week that was for the Boston Bruins, highlights any players or trends that stood out, a look ahead to the upcoming week, and more.
Yeah, that’s it! When I searched for a photo for this post, I typed “Gary Bettman,” I was going to use a photo of ol’ Gary and then spin a nice post about a league-wide CONSPIRACY to keep the Bruins down.
After an impressive training camp, Jakub Zboril made the Boston Bruins’ opening night roster for the first time in his career. The 23-year-old was one of the organization’s three first-round selections in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
Probably the most memorable sweater number retirement ceremony in Boston Bruins history occurred on Dec. 3, 1987 when Raymond Bourque surprises the legendary Phil Esposito and delighted the fans at the old Boston Garden.
Nary a goal in sight. The Bruins dropped their second game in a row on Monday evening, falling to the New York Islanders by a score of 1-0. Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored the game’s lone goal with just under five minutes to go in the third period, and while the Bruins knocked on the door late, they couldn’t beat Semyon Varlamov.
Willie O'Ree's No. 22 will join the likes of Bobby Orr, Ray Bourque, Dit Clapper, Phil Esposito and Cam Neely in the TD Garden rafters. The Boston Bruins announced Tuesday that the franchise will retire O'Ree's No.
General manager Don Sweeney and the Bruins have done a nice job spacing out their big contracts and look to be a team that might not suffer too much with their salary cap, especially if/when the players begins getting too old
Anyone who has read my work, listened to the podcast knows how I feel about ads on uniforms, and the recent corporate sponsored division names. I understand the difficulties the NHL is facing, COVID-19 has wrecked havoc on a lot of businesses, especially small ones that will never open again.