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The power play was an area of strength that fizzled in the team's playoff loss to the Canadiens, but was a major source of offense during the regular season. Here's how it works - when it works.
As a child, Boston Bruins president and Hockey Hall of Famer Cam Neely played baseball. He was a left-handed pitcher and played until he was 16. He jokes that he was never involved in any hockey-style fights on the diamond, but he did smash a few batting helmets in his day. During his hockey career with the Bruins, Neely always followed baseball. He was a fan of pitching and paid attention to a local kid pitching in the major leagues named Tom Glavine.
Boston Herald Jul 25, 2014
Sure, Joe Sacco is happy to be coming home to Boston. But the biggest draw for the Medford native who was hired yesterday as an assistant coach with the Bruins is the job itself.
Providence Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy was a candidate for the assistant coaching job filled by Joe Sacco, but the team thought it best to keep him in his current role, continuing to develop the talent in the organization, said head coach Claude Julien. “Bruce has done an unbelievable job of developing players,” Julien said. “And to me, he’s still a fairly young coach. He’s coached in the NHL, and I think he’s one of those guys who should certainly be considered to be a coach in the NHL again, too.
BOSTON -- After Jarome Iginla signed a three-year, $16 million deal with the Colorado Avalanche at the start of the free-agent period on July 1, the Bruins suddenly had a vacancy at right wing on their top line. General manager Peter Chiarelli quickly endorsed Loui Eriksson for that role to play alongside center David Krejci and left wing Milan Lucic. Eriksson brings a different skill set than Iginla did, but Chiarelli is convinced Eriksson can handle it.
Boston Globe Jul 24, 2014
Andrew Ference decided to have some fun this Thursday, substituting his own phrase for the day and including a photo that is easily the frontrunner for this weeks best.
The Boston Bruins have signed defenseman David Warsofsky to a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced Thursday. The deal is worth $600,000 at the NHL level. Warsofsky played six games for the Bruins last season and registered his first NHL goal against the Ottawa Senators on Dec. 28. He played in 56 regular-season games for the Providence Bruins of the AHL and posted six goals and 26 assists. The Bruins acquired the Marshfield, Mass., native and Boston University product via trade with the St.
Boston Globe Jul 24, 2014
Former Colorado Avalanche head coach Joe Sacco, a native of Medford, has joined the Boston Bruins as an assistant coach.
Bruins Blog | Boston Globe Jul 24, 2014
Boston Bruins defenseman David Warsofsky has agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with the team worth $600,000 at the NHL level, the team announced on Thursday.
Boston Bruins Blog | ESPN Boston Jul 22, 2014
A total of 17 Bruins games in the 2014-15 season will be broadcast nationally on NBC or the NBC Sports Network. Twelve of those games will be broadcast exclusively on one of the networks exclusively, while the other seven will also be broadcast locally on NESN. Here’s the list: Bruins games on NBC Sports Network (all times Eastern): Wednesday, October 8 vs. Philadelphia at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 15 at Detroit at 8 p.m. Tuesday, October 28 vs.
Boston Globe Jul 22, 2014
The Boston Bruins will be featured on 17 national broadcasts on NBC and NBC Sports Network during the 2014-15 season, including the Oct. 8 season-opener against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Boston Herald Jul 20, 2014
Zdeno Chara is still playing at a high level and, given his strict adherence to working out, his performance shouldn’t fall off in the near future.But Chara will be 38 when the playoffs next dawn and, though the end of his career is still off in the distance, it’s coming sooner than Bruins fans want. He won’t be hard to replace, he’ll be impossible to replace.
Boston Herald Jul 19, 2014
The Bruins yesterday signed six players, including forward Jordan Caron.Five of the deals are one-year pacts, with Caron getting a one-way NHL deal worth $600,000, after posting a goal and two assists in 35 games for coach Claude Julien’s team.Defenseman Tommy Cross and forwards Craig Cunningham, Tyler Randell and Justin Florek each signed one-year, two-way deals between Boston and AHL Providence, while defenseman Zach Trotman inked a two-year deal, with the second year a one-way pact for $650,000. . . .
BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins on Friday announced six separate player signings. The team signed forwards Jordan Caron, Craig Cunningham, Tyler Randell and Justin Florek, plus defensemen Tommy Cross and Zach Trotman. Caron's deal is a one-year, one-way contract worth $600,000. Cross's deal is a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $72,500 in the AHL. Cunningham's contract is a one-year, two-way deal worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $85,000 in the AHL.
Boston Globe Jul 18, 2014
The Bruins officially announced the signings of forwards Jordan Caron, Craig Cunningham, and Tyler Randell, as well as defensemen Tommy Cross, and Zach Trotman on Friday. The team also announced that they have agreed to terms with forward Justin Florek.
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