Tag "Chris Wagner"

Rangers Week in Review: Lean, Mean, Game Losing Machine

After a winning week, it’s back to the same old New York Rangers. It is as though one is holding a stick, poking the team, and asking them to do something. The problem is that they do it and then it is back to the apparent normal for the season so far.

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What The Bruins Lines Shuffle Reflects

Despite achieving 100 points in the regular-season competition for the third year in a row, the Bruins are still in search of the right offensive combination. The hunt continued heavily in Philadelphia.

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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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The Importance Of Chris Wagner

When the Bruins signed Chris Wagner last offseason his addition was seen as a depth move by many. The veteran winger had never reached double-digits in goals or recorded more than nine assists in a season. He was known for

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Nordstrom Proved To Be A Productive Piece in Year One

Over the years, the Boston Bruins fourth line has been a key piece. Although they have seen faces come and go, Sean Kuraly and Noel Acciari have been constants. Unfortunately, their run came to an end as Acciari signed with

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Bruins on the Verge of History

In early September the Boston Bruins began their journey on the other side of the globe. On Wednesday night that journey will come to an end with a chance at history. With a win in Game 7, the Bruins would

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The Difference-maker Between 2013 and 2019 Boston Bruins Team

The Boston Bruins are on the eve of the Stanley Cup Final, awaiting the drop of the puck Monday night against the St. Louis Blues to begin the 103rd contest for the trophy. The Bruins are in a familiar spot;

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Joakim Nordstrom Shining in the Postseason

When the Boston Bruins signed Joakim Nordstrom in the offseason, the addition was not met with much excitement. The Bruins needed a scorer and Nordstrom did not fit the profile. He was coming off a season in Carolina in which

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Sean Kuraly Key to Bruins Series Win

Entering Game 7, the Bruins were expected to be carried by their top line in a must-win game. While Patrice Bergeron, scored the Bruins fifth goal Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak were held scoreless. As the Bruins have done all

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8 Bruins Have Career Years

The Boston Bruins have their regular season succesfully behind them. It was definitely a succesfull regular season, as the Bruins finished as second in the Eastern Conference and third overall in the whole NHL. All of that was achieved thanks

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