2:26 AM EDT, Mon August 02, 2021
Causeway Crowd 7 hours ago

Bruins: No need to trade for a center at this moment

It’s confirmed. The Boston Bruins will be without veteran center David Krejci in 2021-22 as he will be returning to his native Czech Republic to continue his professional hockey career. The departure of Krejci seemingly leaves a massive hole in the B’s lineup as they don’t apparently have anyone up to the task of filling […] Bruins: No need to trade for a center at this moment - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Chowder and Champions 19 hours ago

Boston Bruins rumors: Why the end could be near for Tuukka Rask

As the NHL offseason ramped up, with the draft and expansion draft out of the way, the Boston Bruins and Don Sweeney knew they had work do to do turn themselves back into a contender. And boy did they ever make moves. While most of their additions were centered around adding to the existing core, […] Boston Bruins rumors: Why the end could be near for Tuukka Rask - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
Causeway Crowd Jul 31, 2021

Bruins Free Agency: Two ex-Bruins sign with longtime rival

So far this offseason, the Boston Bruins have made some interesting moves. They elected to go with a lesser-known, bottom-pairing defenseman in Derek Forbort instead of one of the big names in Ryan Suter or Keith Yandle. Ultimately, I think general manager Don Sweeney made to correct choice here, going with the younger, more physical […] Bruins Free Agency: Two ex-Bruins sign with longtime rival - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NESN.com Jul 30, 2021

David Krejci Announces His Departure From Bruins In Heartfelt Statement

David Krejci most certainly will be missed in Boston. The longtime Boston Bruins center announced his departure from the squad Friday afternoon as he’s set to return to the Czech Republic to finish out his career playing in his home country. Krejci will go down as one of the most impressive and consistent members of […] The post David Krejci Announces His Departure From Bruins In Heartfelt Statement appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 30, 2021
Bruins 2021-22 Development Camp roster and schedule released

Bruins 2021-22 Development Camp roster and schedule released

Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via The youths come to town for a little fun! So...yeah...Big day for Boston. But the future moves on, and the Bruins released their schedule and roster today for the 14th annual Development Camp, which spans throughout next week. While obviously working on their skills and their strength, these young guns will also be doing community outreach events on Wednesday, as well as visit the Willie O’Ree Street Hockey Rink in Allston. Boston Bruins 2021 Development Camp Roster! Forwards: Johnny Beecher Riley Duran Andre...
NESN.com Jul 30, 2021

Milan Lucic, Torey Krug Send Love To David Krejci Upon Return To Czech Republic

David Krejci announced Friday he will head home to the Czech Republic to continue his professional hockey career after 15 years with the Boston Bruins. After he shared the news in a lengthy and emotional statement, some of his former teammates chimed in with their own reaction. One of the first to do so was […] The post Milan Lucic, Torey Krug Send Love To David Krejci Upon Return To Czech Republic appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Jul 30, 2021

What Does David Krejci Leaving Mean For Bruins Going Forward?

The Boston Bruins will usher in a new era in their top six this season. Longtime second-line center David Krejci announced Friday that he would return to his native Czech Republic to continue his professional hockey career. It’s the end of a legendary 14-year run in Boston, one that leaves a significant void up the […] The post What Does David Krejci Leaving Mean For Bruins Going Forward? appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 30, 2021
David Krejci won’t return, plans to head home to Czech Republic

David Krejci won’t return, plans to head home to Czech Republic

Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Tough news for the Bruins, but a homecoming for Krejci. The Bruins’ push for “one last Cup run” with the current core was dealt a major blow today as one member of that core announced he won’t be back. In a statement shared through the Bruins, David Krejci announced that he won’t return to the NHL and will instead head home to play in the Czech Republic. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Boston Bruins (@nhlbruins) (If you don’t see the embed, you can click this link...
NESN.com Jul 30, 2021

David Krejci’s Bruins Run Ends As Longtime Center Returns To Czech Republic

David Krejci, an all-time Boston Bruins great, is done with the Black and Gold. Krejci on Friday announced he will be returning to the Czech Republic to play, ending his 15-year NHL career with the only team he knew. “Since the end of the season, as I have thought about my future, it has become […] The post David Krejci’s Bruins Run Ends As Longtime Center Returns To Czech Republic appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 30, 2021
2021 Player Ratings: It was a tale of two David Krejci’s this past season

2021 Player Ratings: It was a tale of two David Krejci’s this past season

Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Things certainly changed for #46 when Taylor Hall arrived. Reader rating: 7.5 SCOC rating: 6.8 After years of complaining about David Krejci’s wingers, Bruins fans finally got their wish this past season when the Boston Bruins traded for talented winger Taylor Hall from the Buffalo Sabres. Prior to the trade on April 13, Krejci once again had a revolving door of wingers on his left and right side, resulting in inconsistency from the Bruins’ 2nd line and Krejci himself. In the 35 games prior to acquiring Hall, Krejci put up 2 goals...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 30, 2021
Morning Skate: Full circle

Morning Skate: Full circle

Photo by Brian Babineau/NHLI via Kind of. Happy Friday, folks — what a week it has been, eh? It was a quiet day for the Bruins yesterday, a welcome respite after Wednesday’s frenzy. Who knows what today will bring — a trade? A signing? NOTHING? Time will tell. One thing that stuck out to me earlier this week was the (kind of) end of a chapter that began on one of the busier trade stretches in recent years for the Bruins. Back in late June of 2015, the Bruins traded Milan Lucic to the Los Angeles Kings for Colin Miller, Martin Jones, and a first-round...
Chowder and Champions Jul 29, 2021

Boston Bruins free agency flurry a good sign as offseason begins

After an exciting NHL draft last week, the free agency period officially opened up yesterday. One of the teams in prime position to take advantage of free agency was the Boston Bruins, and they were certainly busy for much of the day. The Bruins had already gotten a head start in free agency when they […] Boston Bruins free agency flurry a good sign as offseason begins - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
NESN.com Jul 29, 2021

Tomas Nosek Loves Winning, Which Is Why He Was Drawn To Bruins

There’s one thing Tomas Nosek wants you to know: He loves winning and he’ll do anything and play any role to ensure that happens. The Bruins signed the veteran forward to a two-year deal with a $1.75 million annual cap hit. He figures to be an important bottom-six piece who can do a little bit […] The post Tomas Nosek Loves Winning, Which Is Why He Was Drawn To Bruins appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Jul 29, 2021

Why Derek Forbort (Named After Derek Sanderson) Signed With Bruins

It makes sense that Derek Forbort eventually made his way to Boston. His dad named him after Bruins legend Derek Sanderson. “I actually was named after Derek Sanderson,” the Bruins defenseman said Thursday over Zoom. “He was my dad’s favorite player. That was my first hockey card that I had in my room, was a […] The post Why Derek Forbort (Named After Derek Sanderson) Signed With Bruins appeared first on NESN.com.
Causeway Crowd Jul 29, 2021

Did the Bruins Make the Wrong Move?

It’s safe to say that Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney was active on the first day of free agency. He addressed the need for the bottom-six forwards with three signings, signed a left-shot defenseman and a goalie. Sweeney used up all except around $1 million of his cap space Wednesday. He still has to […] Did the Bruins Make the Wrong Move? - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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