Tag "Danton Heinen"

Coyle Ready To Thrive In First Full Season In Boston

After being acquired at the trade deadline last season, Charlie Coyle struggled at first. That, however, is a distant memory as the Weymouth native shined in the postseason. With the regular season approaching Coyle is preparing to enter his first

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Future Secured, Heinen Looks to Take the Next Step

Entering the offseason, Danton Heinen’s future in Boston was uncertain. The former fourth-round pick was a restricted free agent and filed for arbitration. The Bruins and Heinen, however, avoided the process by agreeing on a two-year extension. Although Heinen is

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Bruins’ Run Fueled by Secondary Scoring

In a season where the Bruins have seemingly dealt with adversity at every turn, yet they are second in the Eastern Conference.

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4 Bruins Players Have Scored 1st Goal Against Sharks

The Boston Bruins played in a wild game against the Sharks on Monday night. An overtime win for the Bruins featured pretty much everything, a penalty shot or a hattrick scored by the player, who has not netted one in almost nine

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David Krejci’s Impact On The Bruins Success

  Throughout this season the Boston Bruins have dealt with numerous injuries. As a result, head coach Bruce Cassidy has had to mix and match his lines. Through all the turmoil, David Krejci has been the one constant. With the

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Is Heinen Breaking out of his Sophomore Slump?

Is Heinen Breaking out of his Sophomore Slump?

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Gatlin: DeBrusk is key to Bruins Playoff Push

Coming into the 2018-19 season, expectations were high for Jake DeBrusk. After an impressive rookie campaign, the former first-round pick was expected to make the Bruins second line a strength. Through 54 games, DeBrusk has only 18 points after recording

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Bruins Grades: Tim Schaller and Danton Heinen

For today’s edition of Bruins grades, we will be briefly evaluating two players who most forget are even on the roster. Tim Schaller and Danton Heinen may not be critical pieces on the team, but for better or worse had

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Sweeney: Rookies Leading Atlantic Division Charge

The Bruins’ youth movement is on the move. The Boston Bruins have been making waves of preeminence in the NHL lately, including their most recent win, which was a stunning 6-1 sweep of the New York Rangers. Key to that

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