Tag "NHL"

Ender: Bruins Can’t Overwork Tuukka Rask

Tuukka Rask is the Boston Bruins starting goaltender, but that doesn’t mean he can start every game. The NHL season is long and brutal, and netminders don’t have the pleasure of shifting on and off the ice like skaters. As

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Ender: ?Bruins Need Better Leadership From Brad Marchand

There is no denying the skill of Brad Marchand. He is the offensive leader of the Boston Bruins and arguably the best player on the Black and Gold’s roster. Marchand had a career year during the 2016-2017 season with 39

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Prime Time Sports Talk’s Weekly Tuesday Poll: Should the Bruins Look to Trade Tuukka Rask?

He signed an eight-year, $56 million extension with the Boston Bruins in 2013, is the third highest paid goaltender in the league and his numbers are some of the tops at his position. However, his salary is the second largest

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Bruins Announce Their 2017-18 National TV Schedule

Boston Bruins fans without access to the team’s regular broadcast you can rejoice. The team announced Monday that thirteen of their games will be broadcast nationally for the 2017-2018 season. All nationally televised NHL games will air on either NBC

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Bruins Go Global

This past week the Boston Bruins, in partnership with O.R.G Packaging and its chairman Mr. Zhou Yunjie, made their second trip to China to teach residents about the sport of hockey. Last year, Matt Beleskey and David Pastrnak joined Bruins alumni Andrew Raycroft and

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Providence Bruins Announce the Hiring of Three New Coaches

The Providence Bruins announced Monday they have filled three coaching vacancies. Prospects are always key to the future of any NHL franchise. The development of Boston’s future is now in new hands. Jay Leach hired as head coach   The Boston

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Ranking Patrice Bergeron’s Top 5 Moments with the Bruins 

Patrice Bergeron is undeniably one of the most iconic players in Boston Bruins franchise history, and with the possibility of Zdeno Chara passing on the torch of captaincy to Bergeron, it seemed like the perfect time to recap five of

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Why the Delay on David Pastrnak’s New Contract?

This offseason has been pretty quiet for the Boston Bruins. Rather than making any big trades or free agent splashes, Boston has elected to focus on resigning and extending the players already on their roster. One of the Bruins’ top priorities

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How Far Will the Bruins Soar Under Bruce Cassidy in 2017-18?

When Bruce Cassidy took over as the Boston Bruins head coach last season, the attitude underwent a dramatic change. He turned a team that looked like it was going to miss the postseason for the third straight year into a

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Top Five Landing Spots for Avalanche Center Matt Duchene

The free agency frenzy has come to a close, but that hasn’t stopped teams from pursuing  Colorado Avalanche star center Matt Duchene. Duchene is still under contract with the Colorado Avalanche, but given the current state of the franchise he

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