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Dallas’ Run to the 2020 Stanley Cup Final

The 2019-20 edition of the Dallas Stars…where do we begin? If we were to tell you last November that the Stars would be three wins away from a Stanley Cup championship (their second one in franchise history) you’d probably have an eyebrow (or two) raised along with a friendly chuckle. Well, hockey fans, here we are in the heart of September, and the Stars along with the Lightning are the two remaining teams mired in a heat-of-the-night battle to hoist Lord Stanley’s proverbial mug.

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Jaroslav Halak Having Memorable Run in Boston

With the fate of the season uncertain due to the coronavirus, talented Bruins goalie Jaroslav Halak’s future in Boston is unclear amidst a standout campaign.

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Halak Continues to Exceed Expectations for the Bruins

When the Bruins signed Jaroslav Halak two years ago, they hoped he would be a solid backup to Rask. The former Islander was coming off one of the worst seasons of his career and would be replacing Anton Khudobin, who

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Full Bruins Free Agency Recap

Now that it’s August, the NHL free agency frenzy has finally started to die down. This allows us to take a big-picture look at how this year’s free agency period changed the Boston Bruins. Boston didn’t make any splashes this

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Halak Aims to Make Quick Impact

The Boston Bruins signed former Islander Jaroslav Halak after the Dallas Stars signed backup goaltender Anton Khudobin on July 1. Halak signed a two-year, $5.5 million contract with the Bruins and will replace Khudobin as the backup to Tuukka Rask.

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Bruins Grades: Goaltenders

The Boston Bruins’ 2017-2018 campaign has come to a close and thus it is time to start looking back on the season and highlighting the highs and lows. Over the next month and a half, we will be rolling out

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Mooney: Bruins Should Let Deadline Acquisitions Walk

With a 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday afternoon, the Boston Bruins’ rather successful season has come to an end. For the front office, however, their season is just beginning. Nine players for the Bruins are either unrestricted

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Ender: Bruins Excelling on Road this Season

The Boston Bruins breakout season has been pretty remarkable, and a lot of it has to do with their high quality of play away from TD Garden. Home ice advantage is big in the NHL and any outside observer could

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Solkoff: Goaltending Large Part of Bruins’ Success

It’s hardly fair to say that the Boston Bruins, who sit at second place in the Eastern Conference, have any big issues. Sure, their leading scorer Brad Marchand is suspended, but beyond that, there isn’t much that could be going better for

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