Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/NHLI via Getty Images A look at some players the Bruins could acquire to bolster their offence next year. There are many reasons why a team’s offense can dry up in the playoffs.
Photo by Michael Tureski/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Better than nothing, right? While nothing is set in stone, it seems more likely than not that Torey Krug will be playing hockey elsewhere next season.
The Boston Bruins could be in for a major shakeup. Sentiments echoed by a number of media insiders close to the team, including Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic and Kevin Paul Dupont of Boston.com suggest the team might be gearing up to make some interesting moves.
Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images No new hardware for his trophy case. The NHL announced this evening that Sean Couturier of the Philadelphia Flyers was the winner of the Selke Trophy as the league’s best defensive forward.
Could there be seismic change coming for the Bruins roster? Team president Cam Neely didn’t say that precisely in his end-of-year Zoom press conference Thursday, but the 55-year-old ex-power forward hinted at significant change when he noted the need to be “brutally honest” about where the franchise is headed in the next couple of years.
Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Butch brought the Bruins to a tidy 100 points. Today on the broadcast for the Lightning-Islanders game, the NHL Awards continued on, and the Jack Adams award for best coach in the NHL was awarded to Boston’s own Bruce Cassidy!
Boston’s core is aging but the Bruins were still the best team in the regular season and will be looking to return as Stanley Cup contenders. Their potential approaches to free agency will be evaluated here.
Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images It wasn’t a great deadline, especially compared to the previous year’s acquisitions. Take a look at the teams remaining in the playoffs, and you’ll notice one similarity: they bought.
Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Zboril heads home just like Lauko did, and he’s not going to be the only one. Just like Jakub Lauko did not too long ago, defenseman prospect Jakub Zboril has been placed on-loan to his hometown Extraliga club of HC Kometa Brno for the upcoming 2020-21 season.
Matt Grzelcyk (left) and Torey Krug. | Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Boston’s organizational depth could make the task of replacing departing free agents relatively simple...maybe?
An irregularly fast heartbeat is characterized as "atrial fibrillation" and it can increase a person's risk of stroke, heart failure and other heart-related problems. Luckily, Wagner doesn't believe it will result in long-term effects.
In this edition of Boston Bruins’ News & Rumors, we look at the fall-out from the 2019-20 season and 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Included are injuries and the future of certain players in a Bruins’ uniform.
Earlier this month, Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask decided to leave the NHL bubble and his team to go home and be with his family. It was a decision that the Bruins supported, as did a lot of media and NHL insiders, even if a large contingent of Bruins fans were not pleased.
As the Boston Bruins stare down another unusual 12:00 P.M. Eastern time puck drop, the classic question of readiness will undoubtedly be asked. Many fans and pundits alike see afternoon games as a detriment to the teams involved, as the earlier start time may interrupt the players’ typical gameday routine.
NBC Sports analyst and former Boston Bruins tough guy, Mike Milbury is in hot water. The 68 year-old has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons, and no he didn’t attack anyone with a shoe at Madison Square Garden this time.
Tuuka Rask leaves Bruins in a stunning move today. The goaltender has issued a statement as he opts out of the remainder of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Tuukka Rask leaves Bruins The 33 year-old goaltender is 1-4 for the B’s in the Return to Play format, including Round Robin play.