11:39 PM EDT, Tue June 27, 2017

No surprises on Bruins' protection list

There were no surprises in the Bruins' protected list for the upcoming expansion draft.David Backes, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, Zdeno Chara, Torey Krug, Kevan Miller, Riley Nash, Ryan Spooner, David Pastrnak and Tuukka Rask were all protected by GM Don Sweeney from being snatched up by the Vegas Golden Knights by Wednesday's draft.
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Fresh Links: The Once And (Maybe) Future Bruin, Which Keeper Is A Keeper

Fresh Links: The Once And (Maybe) Future Bruin, Which Keeper Is A Keeper

And which Miller may be packing his bags? In Bruins news you can use: Here’s an intriguing option for the Bruins- Bring back Joe Thornton. Better late than never? WEEI Take a look at Bruins vulnerable to exposure in the expansion draft. Some, like Riley Nash and Kevan Miller, make better cases to be retained due to strong play this season. Boston.com This surprisingly sober and very concise projection of Las Vegas’ 30 choices (and handy review of the selection rules) has one Bruin Miller packing his bags. Days Of Y’Orr Five Bruins RFAs are in the spotlight, and in this assessment...
Riley Nash’s 2016-17 was defensively minded

Riley Nash’s 2016-17 was defensively minded

No frills, No gimmicks, just sensible, reponsible play. Evaluation: Riley Nash is a safe, sensible defensive forward through and through, with all the good and ill that comes with that. As a shooter? He’s alright. Skater? Pretty decent. Good on the boards? You betcha. Where he shined of course was being part of the fourth line, a defensively minded line that actually managed to do what a good portion of fourth lines are supposed to do: Defend, stop the bleeding, throw a hit or two, get an offensive faceoff, get off the ice. Save for Bergeron himself there wasn’t a whole lot of players...

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