Tag "Charlie Coyle"

Pandemic Shouldn’t Hide Bjork’s Underrated Season

Over the years, Anders Bjork has become a well-known name to Bruins fans. The young forward has had high expectations since entering the Bruins system but been held back by injuries. Last season the Notre Dame product had three points in 20 games before a shoulder injury ended his season. During the 2019-2020 campaign, however, Bjork has started to live up to expectations.

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Biggest Bargains in Recent Boston Sports History

We always hear about a general manager’s failings when it comes to acquisitions. However, there are a lot of great moves that get swept under the rug. Jordan Leandre shares the best bargains in recent Boston sports history.

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Coyle Proving to be Perfect Fit in First Full Season in Boston

The veteran winger has not only provided a spark but is having one of the best seasons of his career.

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Bruins Trade Target: Tyler Ennis

Another day, another player Jordan Leandre believes should be on the Bruins’ radar.

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Bruins Trade Target: Joe Thornton

The NHL Trade Deadline is Monday, and Jordan Leandre has identified another potential trade target for the Boston Bruins.

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Cassidy Wins 200th Game in Bruins’ Victory over Red Wings

Bruce Cassidy takes home his 200th career win in the Bruins’ victory over the Red Wings.

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Looking Back on the Acquisition of Charlie Coyle

Almost a year ago, the Boston Bruins acquired Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Ryan Donato and a fifth-round pick.

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Column: Bjork and Coyle Becoming Deadly Duo

When the regular season began, the expectations were high for Charlie Coyle and Anders Bjork.

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Identifying the Boston Bruins’ Achilles Heel

Jamie Gatlin identifies the Boston Bruins’ Achilles heel.

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Bruins 2020 Summer Outlook After Coyle and Wagner Re-Signed

Shortly before Thanksgiving, the Boston Bruins re-signed forwards Charlie Coyle and Chris Wagner to multiple-year deals. The Bruins extended Coyle to a six-year deal worth $5.25 million per season while inking Wagner to a three-year contract worth $1.3 million per

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