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Josh Ho-Sang’s Shootout Goal At BioSteel Camp Was Pure Filth

Poor Malcolm Subban. First he was shown up by his younger brother Jordan during the shootout at BioSteel Camp, then Islanders top prospect Josh Ho-Sang piled on by leaving him absolutely no chance to make a stop on this filthy display. I don’t even really know how to describe it, but I do know that it wasn’t really fair.   [@HockeyWebcast] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Pastrnak And The Opening Roster

At the 2014 NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins chose right-winger David Pastrnak as their very first pick (25th overall).  The 18-year-old player has an incredible amount of talent, which has caused many to wonder if he will make the Bruins’ opening roster for the 2014-2015 season. General Manager Peter Chiarelli has pointed out the dangers of rushing a young player in the NHL too early...
Via Beyond The Benches
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Bruins Strength Coach Thought Milan Lucic Was A ‘Stringbean’ At 2006 Draft Combine

The Milan Lucic that has become one of the NHL’s top power forwards wasn’t a huge physical specimen before joining the Boston Bruins. In fact, Bruins strength and conditioning coach John Whitesides thought Lucic was a “stringbean” at the 2006 NHL draft combine. “They all told me how tough Lucic was,” Whitesides told The Boston Globe’s Amalie Benjamin. “I was like...
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Bruins express interest in free agent Hayes

It makes too much sense for the Boston Bruins and suddenly unrestricted free agent Kevin Hayes to find each other at the NHL level, and it could just happen. A source indicated to that the Bruins have expressed interest in Hayes to his agent, Robert Murray, since he became an amateur free agent this weekend. The hope is that the Black and Gold are in the mix for the Boston...
Via Hockey Fan Land
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Boston Bruins top prospects

This past week, ESPN insider Corey Pronman released his list of the top 100 NHL prospects for the upcoming season. The Boston Bruins had only three players in their system who made the list, starting with their top pick this summer. #36- David Pastrnak – RW Pastrnak has already impressed Bruins coaches and officials at developmental camp earlier this summer and has earned the right...
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Report: Simon Gagne To Attend Bruins Training Camp On A Tryout

The Boston Bruins have reportedly invited Simon Gagne to training camp on a tryout, according to Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports. The 34-year-old unrestricted free agent forward spent the first ten seasons of his career with the Philadelphia Flyers. Bruins fans will certainly remember Gagne as the man who scored the game-winning goal in Game 7 of the second round of the 2010 playoffs...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston's Toughest Bruin: Cam Neely

Toughness takes on many forms in hockey. That's especially true for an Original Six team like the Boston Bruins, which has been around for 90 years. There have been ferocious fighters like John Wensink (who even once chased Claude Julien around the ice during their playing days years ago, challenging the current Bruins coach to a fight). There have been big, strong power forwards...
Via Pro Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins’ Jordan Caron Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge, Nominates Rene Rancourt (Video)

Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge in support of ALS on Wednesday and challenged NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, among others, to do the same. On Thursday, Jordan Caron became the latest Bruins player to participate. After getting a ton of ice-cold water dumped on his head, the 23-year-old forward challenged a few people, including TD Garden legend...
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Boston Bruins: Torey Krug on his way out?

It was reported yesterday by CSN New England Boston Bruins insider Joe Haggerty that Torey Krug has been offered a a “sizable contract” from an unknown team in the KHL. Krug, 23, is a restricted free agent and has not agreed to a contract extension as of yet. Just last offseason, the Devils watched Ilya Kovalchuk walk away from his contract to join SKA Saint Petersburg after...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Torey Krug to KHL rumors starting up

Torey Krug has had quite the time in Boston. The Boston Bruins young defenseman made his big-league debut during the Bruins’ run to the Stanley Cup Final in the 2013 playoffs, coming up with big goal after big goal. He followed that up with 40 points in 79 games as a 23-year-old rookie this past season. So needless to say, the restricted free agent – who made $916,667 against...
Via Sports-Glory
6 days ago  |  Discuss

It Just Wasn’t Boston’s Year

from Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald, Long summers are not what a hockey player wants. It means that he fell far short of every player’s goal of winning the Stanley Cup. But goalie Tuukka Rask, speaking at Shawn Thornton’s charity golf tournament on Monday, is taking the long sabbatical for what it’s worth. “It’s been a little different,” Rask said of the...
Via Kukla's Korner
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins Rumors: Torey Krug supposedly has a KHL contract offer

According to Joe Haggarty of, Torey Krug has a "sizeable offer" on the table from a mysterious KHL team.#488646949 / gettyimages.comBut first it's important to note just what's going on with the Boston Bruins' salary cap situation, according to CapGeek. As the graphic shows, they have 21 players signed (14 forwards, seven defensemen and two goalies...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Torey Krug leveraging KHL against the Boston Bruins

If Kevin Dallman can win the KHL’s “best defenseman” award, then Torey Krug would be the Russian league’s Bobby Orrski. Of course, that’s if the KHL were actually an option for Krug and not just some fantastical ruse leaked to friendly media in order to create faux competition for his services, in a desperate attempt to jack up his price as a restricted free agent with...
Via Pro Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins at a standstill

The Boston Red Sox recently had one of the most exciting trade deadlines in sports history and meanwhile, their friends at the TD Garden have been busy twiddling their thumbs for the past month. The Boston Bruins are in an interesting situation and one that may not be the most eye-opening for fans. The biggest news of the summer for the black and gold has been the fact that they...
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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