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National TV spotlight shines on Bruins

The Bruins will play 11 nationally televised NHL games in the upcoming season, highlighted by the Winter Classic on Jan. 1, 2016, when the field at Gillette Stadium will hold an outdoor rink for a matchup against the rival Montreal Canadiens on NBC.Another highlight on the TV schedule released yesterday is a Friday, Nov. 27, game at the Garden against the New York Rangers as the opener of NBC’s Discover NHL Thanksgiving Showdown. The 11 national TV games will be broadcast on NBC or NBC Sports Network, and NESN will air all remaining games.

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McDonald: Bruins putting trust in Harry Sinden's experience

McDonald: Bruins putting trust in Harry Sindens experience
Boston Herald Jul 18, 2015
Bruins Notebook: Zach Senyshyn shows he’s worthy pick

Bruins Notebook: Zach Senyshyn shows he’s worthy pick

WILMINGTON — For the first three days of development camp, it was hard for Zach Senyshyn, or any other prospect, to really show what they could offer as a player while development coach Jay Pandolfo and Bruins’ personnel put their charges through various stickhandling and skating drills.
Boston Herald Jul 17, 2015
Jakub Zboril learns to shape up

Jakub Zboril learns to shape up

WILMINGTON — Development camp is supposed to be part of the learning process for every young Bruins prospect, but it has been quite an eye-opener for defenseman Jakub Zboril.One thing he’s learned is that even though an injury may curtail his ability to train as he’d like, that’s no reason for him to stop taking care of himself.That’s been made abundantly clear to him this week as he arrived admittedly not in the best shape after suffering a twisted medial collateral ligament in a camp for the Czech Republic national team prior to the draft.
Boston Herald Jul 17, 2015

Bruins Beat: Neely deals with fallout

WILMINGTON — As a player who was the prototype for the NHL power forward, Cam Neely didn’t lose too many fights.However, as the perceived leader of the Bruins organization, Neely and new general manager Don Sweeney have taken some beatings in recent weeks.“It was kind of an up-and-down few weeks for Don and the organization,” said Neely as he watched the B’s development camp this week at Ristuccia Arena.
Boston Herald Jul 16, 2015
Snubs fuel diminutive Bruins prospect

Snubs fuel diminutive Bruins prospect

WILMINGTON — To say Danton Heinen was flying under the radar before the Bruins drafted him is a big understatement.A native of Langley, British Columbia, Heinen never was taken in the Western Hockey League draft. And in an age when top NCAA prospects commit to colleges by the time they are freshmen in high school, Heinen wasn’t offered a scholarship to play at the University of Denver until he was 18 and in the midst of a strong season (29 goals, 32 assists) for the Surrey Eagles of the BCHL.
Boston Herald Jul 16, 2015
Bruins Notebook: Top pick Zboril signs 3-year deal

Bruins Notebook: Top pick Zboril signs 3-year deal

WILMINGTON — The Bruins didn’t waste much time in signing their top draft pick, inking defenseman Jakub Zboril to a three-year entry level contract yesterday.Taken 13th overall, the Czech-born Zboril is expected to go back to Saint John of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League after posting 13 goals and 20 assists in his first season in North America.European scout P.J. Axlesson saw him in the Ivan Hlinka Tournament last summer and saw him at the world championships in the spring.
Boston Herald Jul 15, 2015
Zane McIntyre in a good place

Zane McIntyre in a good place

WILMINGTON — When evaluating players who are coming into the organization, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has said he wants guys who are excited to be a part of this team.Zane McIntyre has yet to play a game for the team — or any professional game for that matter — but few could question the goaltender’s desire to be a part of the Bruins organization.
Boston Herald Jul 15, 2015

Bruins Notebook: Finnish forward in town Joonas Kemppainen for NHL job

WILMINGTON — The only real disappointment of the first day of Bruins development camp was the fact that forward Joonas Kemppainen was unable to participate in the on-ice session after suffering a hamstring injury while doing some off-ice training last week.The 27-year-old, who signed with the B’s as a free agent after his season in Finland ended, is on hand, however, and there is still a chance he can make an appearance on the ice before the week is out.
Boston Herald Jul 12, 2015
Bruins rookie camp developed nicely

Bruins rookie camp developed nicely

The value of the Bruins’ rookie-development camp became evident very quickly after its inception.The B’s were one of the first NHL teams to hold the camps, and at their initial session, in July 2007, the few days of summer hockey were an opportunity for then-19-year-old Milan Lucic to make a very big first impression.
Boston Herald Jul 12, 2015
Matt Beleskey deals with it

Matt Beleskey deals with it

Matt Beleskey was going to cash in, big time. He was going to be this year’s David Clarkson (for better or worse) — a good, rugged player whose strong season in the final year of his contract was going to net him superstar dollars. At least that was the conventional wisdom prior to the opening bell of free agency on July 1.

Boston Bruins felt that Edmonton Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli had them under the gun in Dougie Hamilton negotiations, Friedman says

This just in from Sportsnet insider Elliotte Friedman on how the Edmonton Oilers’ hot pursuit of restricted free agent Dougie Hamilton turned out to be the good fortune of the Calgary Flames. The Bruins felt that Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli …
Boston Herald Jul 11, 2015
Bruins add Matt Irwin to defense mix

Bruins add Matt Irwin to defense mix

The Bruins added some depth to their blue line yesterday with the signing of former UMass-Amherst and San Jose Sharks defenseman Matt Irwin to a one-year, one-way contract with a salary cap hit of $800,000.
Boston Herald Jul 10, 2015
Bruins lineup begins to form

Bruins lineup begins to form

There are still some very serviceable defensemen — Johnny Oduya, Cody Franson, Christian Ehrhoff — left on the free agent market as of today, so Bruins general manager Don Sweeney may not be done building his first roster.
Boston Herald Jul 9, 2015
Bruins future on display next week

Bruins future on display next week

For now and into the foreseeable future, the Bruins’ 2015 draft is known as the weekend that saw both Dougie Hamilton and Milan Lucic dealt out of town.But there were plenty of players coming back in those two deals and next week fans will be able to get a glimpse of those expensive returns when the Bruins development camp opens at Ristuccia Arena for on-ice sessions Tuesday.

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