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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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Thank You, Andrew Ference, For Everything

Defenseman Andrew Ference, who won a Stanley Cup with the Boston Bruins in 2011, announced Thursday he is retiring from the NHL after 16 years. In a statement Ference said, “As I graduate from my time of playing in the

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Prime Time Sports Talk’s Weekly Tuesday Poll: Chara Still Worthy of the “C”?

Should the Bruins continue to ride with Zdeno Chara as their captain as they enter a “rebuild” stage, or is a new voice needed?

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Bruins Sign Pair of Netminders

The Boston Bruins have signed backup goaltenders Malcolm Subban and Zane McIntyre, the club announced Friday. Both deals are worth $650,000 and are good through the 2018-2019 season. Tuukka Rask is undeniably the team’s starting goaltender, but these signings give

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Takeaways From the Bruins 2017 Rookie Development Camp

NHL teams hold a development camp annually to get a first look at their new draft picks, as well as get a look at the development at some of their other prospects. The Bruins recently concluded their 2017 Rookie Development

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Where They Are Now: Free Agency Edition

Welcome to a mini-series called where they are now. This series will be a chance to check in on former Boston Bruins players and regret trading them see how they’re doing now! In this article we’ll be looking at 10

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Bruins Center Eligible for Arbitration

News broke out Thursday that Ryan Spooner is declining the qualifying offer of $1.1 million and his heading for arbitration. Last campaign was a bit of a down fall for the 25-year-old center who saw his production drop to 11

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Bruins Draft Grades: Victor Berglund and Daniel Bukac

Welcome to the final series of draft grades on the Boston Bruins 2017 draft class. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the two defensemen that the Bruins in the seventh round. The Bruins need help at the blue line,

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Kent: Bruins Have Nothing Left of Former No. 2 Pick

On July 4, 2013, the Boston Bruins ignited fireworks across the NHL with a seven-player trade just 10 days after Boston lost the Stanley Cup to the Chicago Blackhawks. The big shocker? The trade of center Tyler Seguin, an upcoming-and-coming

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Bruins Parting Ways With Massachusetts Native

In preparation for free agency, the Boston Bruins announced that they have placed winger Jimmy Hayes on waivers with the purpose of a buyout. The Dorchester, Massachusetts native was acquired by the Bruins back in 2015 for a trade that

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