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The Missing Rings: 1970-71 Boston Bruins

The Missing Rings: 1970-71 Boston Bruins

The Missing Rings is a series looking at some of the best teams in NHL history to not win the Stanley Cup. Whether they lose in the first round or game seven of the finals, these great teams have been forgotten because they could not win the big one. For the next installment, the 1970-71 Boston Bruins are the focus. The Missing Rings: 1970-71 Boston Bruins 1969-70 Season The Bruins finished in second place in the NHL east division. Boston and the Chicago Black Hawks had both put up 99 points, but the Hawks won the tiebreaker with five more wins. Hall of fame defenceman Bobby Orr had one of...
The Hockey Writers Jul 19, 2019

Bruins Goaltending: What to Expect in 2019-20

Very few things in sports are more painful than a championship loss – let alone a Game 7 championship loss – which the Boston Bruins sustained against the St. Louis Blues to end the 2018-19 NHL season. As the Bruins’ brass tries to prepare for next year’s campaign, and diagnose what needs to be changed […] The post Bruins Goaltending: What to Expect in 2019-20 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 17, 2019
Boston Bruins Biggest Game in Franchise History

Boston Bruins Biggest Game in Franchise History

Welcome back to Last Word on Hockey’s summer series where we look at the biggest game in team history. Each day we will be back with a new team to look at. Looking at things like the lead-up, what happened, followed, and why it makes it the biggest game. The biggest game does not automatically mean a win, either. Sometimes, it can be a loss that set the franchise back massively. Sit back and enjoy as we break down all 31 team’s most important game. This is the Boston Bruins biggest game in franchise history. The full series is found here. Bruins Biggest Game in Franchise History Since...
Last Word on Hockey Jul 15, 2019
Four Potential Boston Bruins Salary Cap Solutions

Four Potential Boston Bruins Salary Cap Solutions

The Boston Bruins have a bit of salary cap issues. After a tough few signings from the past, the salary cap went up to only $81,5 million, apart from the expected sum of $83 million. The Bruins now find themselves in a rather awkward situation. With two big restricted free agent defencemen as Charlie McAvoy and Brandon Carlo, Boston has to be creative. What are the possible Boston Bruins salary cap solutions? We take a look at four of those. Possible Boston Bruins Salary Cap Solutions As of right now, the Bruins have the salary cap space of $8,103,334 per CapFriendly. But this outlook...
The Hockey Writers Jul 10, 2019

Bruins Re-Sign Heinen

The Boston Bruins have re-signed Danton Heinen to a two-year contract extension worth $5.6 million. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $2.8 million and will keep Heinen with the team through the 2020-21 season. This deal comes just under a month before Heinen’s arbitration meeting was set to take place on Aug. 3. […] The post Bruins Re-Sign Heinen appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 9, 2019
Danton Heinen Re-Signs with Boston Bruins

Danton Heinen Re-Signs with Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins continue their busy offseason with another important signing. Danton Heinen re-signed by Boston after his three-year entry-level deal expired. His new deal is worth an annual cap hit of $2.8 million per campaign for two seasons. At the age of 23, he was a pending restricted free agent. https://twitter.com/_TyAnderson/status/1148789719322509316 Danton Heinen Inks New Deal With Boston Bruins Danton Heinen re-signing is good news for the Boston Bruins. Over the past two seasons in the NHL, Heinen has become very reliable for the Head Coach Bruce Cassidy. The British Columbia...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 9, 2019
Bruins re-sign forward Danton Heinen to two-year contract

Bruins re-sign forward Danton Heinen to two-year contract

The Boston Bruins have re-signed forward Danton Heinen to a two-year, $5.6 million contract. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 3, 2019
NHL Rumours: Boston Bruins, Vegas Golden Knights, Columbus Blue Jackets, Edmonton Oilers

NHL Rumours: Boston Bruins, Vegas Golden Knights, Columbus Blue Jackets, Edmonton Oilers

July 1 has come and gone, but the NHL Rumours are still rolling in! We're covering all of the biggest names still available during the free agency period to bring you the latest NHL Rumours from every corner of the league. Let's dive into Wednesday's edition featuring the Boston Bruins, Vegas Golden Knights, Columbus Blue Jackets and Edmonton Oilers. All NHL Rumours are taken from the original source and are subject to change. NHL Rumours Boston Bruins https://twitter.com/Marisa_Ingemi/status/1145788680172388354?s=19 Rumour: Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney stated during the teams' press...
Last Word on Hockey Jul 1, 2019
Brett Ritchie Signs With Boston Bruins

Brett Ritchie Signs With Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins were expected to have a very quiet free agents offseason. They have made their little move, though. Brett Ritchie signs with the Bruins. Ritchie agreed on a one-year deal worth $1 million per campaign. The Bruins were in the hunt for a scoring depth on the right side. Brett Ritchie certainly fills that role with a low-risk signing. Brett Richie @NHLBruins 1 / approx $1M #tvasports — Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) 1. júla 2019 Brett Ritchie Goes To Boston Bruins Brett Ritchie signed a new deal with the Boston Bruins. That will be a change of scenery for him, as he has...
The Hockey Writers Jul 1, 2019

Bruins Extend Clifton, Sign Lagace & Ritchie

The Boston Bruins have taken care of some business on July 1, signing Max Lagace and Brett Ritchie to one-year contracts and extending Connor Clifton’s contract. The biggest news of the day for the team so far was the extension for Clifton. This new extension gives him a total of four years on his current […] The post Bruins Extend Clifton, Sign Lagace & Ritchie appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 1, 2019
Noel Acciari Signs With the Florida Panthers

Noel Acciari Signs With the Florida Panthers

Former Boston Bruins forward Noel has agreed to a three year deal with the Florida Panthers.  Acciari will sign a three-year contract worth $5 million or $1.66 million AAV. Acciari brings versatility and grit to the Panthers and will likely continue in his role as a depth forward. Hearing Noel Acciari to FLA, three years at around $5M total. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 1, 2019 Florida Panthers Sign Noel Acciari Noel Acciari has proved himself to be a very reliable bottom-six forward. One would describe him as a very solid fourth-liner and penalty-killer with the Bruins. He...

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