Tag "Ryan Spooner"

Meet Hailey Simpson, the Woman Who Beat Jake DeBrusk in Rock-Paper-Scissors for a Hockey Stick

In this Prime Time Sports Talk exclusive, Sam Gordon talked with Hailey Simpson, the girl who beat Jake DeBrusk in rock-paper-scissors for a stick.

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Former Bruin Quits NHL, Joins Past Boston Teammate

Yet another young former Boston Bruins player has refrained from the NHL action. At the age of 27, former Bruins defenseman Joe Morrow terminated his contract in North America and signed a deal in the KHL. The Bruins acquired Morrow

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Former Bruin Joins Fifth Team Since Leaving Boston

Two years ago, around this time, the Boston Bruins still had Ryan Spooner on their roster. And he wasn’t just a random type of player, of course. In that 2017-18 season, Spooner played in 39 games with the Bruins collecting

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Re-Evaluating the Bruins Trade Deadline Moves

With the Bruins season already wrapped up, it is time to start reflecting on their rollercoaster of a 2017-2018 season. One of the critical points of the season as always was the trade deadline which saw the Bruins make four

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Bruins Acquire Long-Time Trade Target

The Boston Bruins acquired New York Rangers forward Rick Nash in exchange for the Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, Ryan Lindgren, a 2018 first round pick, and a 2019 seventh-round pick. The Bruins will retain 50 percent of Beleskey’s contract in

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Bruins Notebook: Cassidy’s Concerns as Playoffs Approach

The Bruins have been playing great hockey for the past few months, but one question remains—Is this Bruins team peaking too early or can they sustain this success into the playoffs? Dangers of peaking too early We’ve seen this happen

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The Unsung Heroes of the Bruins’ Fantastic December

The Boston Bruins had a fantastic month of December, posting a 10-2-2 record which helped them jump into second place in the Atlantic Division. The Bruins now have 48 points on the season and are tied with the Toronto Maple

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Bruins Notebook: A Week of Milestones for Boston

Unexpected milestones Though Boston failed to end The Washington Capitals’ 11 games winning streak, Thursday, the Bruins top-two forwards still managed to make the night historic. Bergeron The Bruins’ “all-time goals scored” leaderboard gained a new member, Thursday night in

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Bruins Notebook: Progress Despite Multiple Injuries

As injuries begin to heal, players are returning to the roster with less room for younger substitutes and more room for elite improvement. Slowly but surely Boston regains its roster Boston is still missing two major keys to success, despite

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Bruins Notebook: Injuries Adding up; Boston Eases Tension With Roster Changes

Since the start of the 2017-2018 season, we’ve seen nearly five of the Bruins’ top players fall to injury, leaving the third and fourth liners to pick up the pieces. The result has been a new, gritty style of play,

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