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Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 14, 2018
Colby Cave Re-Signs with Bruins

Colby Cave Re-Signs with Bruins

A depth move that helps both Providence and Boston The Bruins announced this morning that 23 year old center Colby Cave has accepted his qualifying offer and will remain with the organization for at least two more years. The deal is a two-way, 2 year offer worth the league minimum at the NHL level ($675k), while his AHL salary will be $70k. He will be a RFA at the conclusion of the contract. #NHLBruins sign Colby Cave to 2-year, 2-way contract: https://t.co/NkapdUjcFr— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) July 14, 2018 Cave was the final Restricted Free Agent for the Bruins after re-signing...
Chowder and Champions Jul 14, 2018

Boston Bruins: It is time to stop complaining about Tuukka Rask

Tuukka Rask has been the punching bag for Boston Bruins ever since he got his big payday, but it is time to stop complaining about one of the best goaltenders in the NHL. Tuukka Rask is one of the most polarizing topics in Boston sports today. You either love him or you hate him. There […] Boston Bruins: It is time to stop complaining about Tuukka Rask - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jul 11, 2018
New Bruins receive their numbers!

New Bruins receive their numbers!

Some keep the same, others change it up. Check it out here! The B’s free agent signings have been officially assigned their numbers for the year, as Kevin Paul Dupont from the globe announced today. Here’s roughly what they would look like: Those who didn’t change were Jaroslav Halak...and that’s about it because everyone else either had a reason or felt it was time! John Moore changed to 27 because the number 2 is retired in Boston. Chris Wagner went from 21 to 14. a number he’s never previously had. Joakim Nordstrom went from 42 to 20, as that number is very much...
The Republican Jul 10, 2018
Boston Bruins fans figure to like NHL's Winter Classic logo

Boston Bruins fans figure to like NHL's Winter Classic logo

The annual NHL outdoor game on New Year's Day pits the Bruins against the Chicago Blackhawks this season at Notre Dame Stadium. The logo features a prominent green shamrock, a nod to Notre Dame's Fighting Irish nickname.
NESN.com Jul 10, 2018

Check Out Official Logo For Bruins-Blackhawks 2019 NHL Winter Classic

The 2019 NHL Winter Classic still is roughly half a year away, but Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks fans already... Read More »
Hey, remember...Alexei Zhamnov?

Hey, remember...Alexei Zhamnov?

One of the Bruins’ first marquee free agent signings of the new millennium, derailed by injury. “Hey, remember...?” is a lighthearted look back at some of the lesser-known former Bruins we’ve seen pass through these parts in recent years. They might not have been stars and might not be the first guys you’d think of as “former Bruins,” but they’ve all got unique stories. Hey, remember...? Who? Alexei Zhamnov When did he play here? 2005-2006 What were his stats? 24 GP, 1G, 9A, 10PTS What happened after the Bruins? Nada. He rode off into the injury sunset. The 2005-2006 season...
NESN.com Jul 8, 2018

Zdeno Chara Reflects On Parenting, Honors Fruits And Veggies In New Instagram

Zdeno Chara is the NHL’s largest player, but he also might be its most thoughtful. The Boston Bruins defenseman became... Read More »
The Hockey Writers Jul 8, 2018

Boston Bruins Free Agency Report Card

Every year, hockey fans long for July 1 – a day that resembles Christmas as organizations drop millions of dollars on free agents to improve their teams. This tradition comes with insomnia, your phone glued to your hand, and migraines due to an excess of blue light hitting your eyes. The intrigue stems from the fact […] The post Boston Bruins Free Agency Report Card appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
NESN.com Jul 7, 2018

Could Sean Kuraly Fill Bruins’ Need At Third-Line Center Next Season?

Sean Kuraly impressed in the 2017-18 NHL season, and the young forward was rewarded for it. The Boston Bruins recently... Read More »
Which defenseman are the Bruins going to trade?

Which defenseman are the Bruins going to trade?

They COULD go into the season with almost a dozen blueliners, but it’s not likely. Remember that 2017 playoff series against the Ottawa Senators, when the Bruins had to go deep, deep into their defensive depth chart? Game 5 against the Senators featured the following defensemen: Zdeno Chara, a barely-out-of-college Charlie McAvoy, Joe Morrow, John-Michael Liles, Colin Miller and Kevan Miller. Yup, that was the blue line during a playoff game. Remarkably, the Bruins actually won that game in double-overtime, but I digress. That series proved the old sports cliche that you can never have...
The Hockey Writers Jul 5, 2018

Bruins: The Untouchables

There have been tremors of possible Boston Bruins activity since the 2017-18 came to a close in June, yet there is little to show for all the commotion. General manager Don Sweeney landed John Moore, Jaroslav Halak, Chris Wagner, and Joakim Nordstrom once July 1 rolled around, marking the beginning of free agency. These signings […] The post Bruins: The Untouchables appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 5, 2018
Boston Bruins Backup Goaltender Options

Boston Bruins Backup Goaltender Options

After Anton Khudobin signed with the Dallas Stars, the spot of the Boston Bruins backup goaltender opened. There are a few options the organization could explore either before or during the season. With the recent acquisition of Jaroslav Halak, it seems that he is the primary option for the role. However, the thrill of free agency isn't over yet and the Bruins even have a few goaltenders in their AHL affiliate Providence Bruins that might be ready for the NHL. Boston Bruins Backup Goaltender Options Jaroslav Halak Signing Halak will certainly be a helpful move, but it seems to be about seven...
Chowder and Champions Jul 5, 2018

Boston Bruins: What you should know about Joakim Nordstrom

The Boston Bruins may have found their replacement for Riley Nash. Joakim Nordstrom is a solid bottom six forward with Stanley Cup experience. The Boston Bruins have lost a good chunk of their team from last year. With all the talent the Bruins have this is okay, but there are always holes that need to […] Boston Bruins: What you should know about Joakim Nordstrom - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
SportsDay Jul 4, 2018

Five years ago today, the Dallas Stars stole Tyler Seguin from the Boston Bruins in a trade

Editor's note: This post has been brought back and updated.There have been plenty of Jim Nill moment in his time with the Dallas Stars. There's been the good (2015 Jason Spezza, Ben Bishop) and the bad (2017 Jason Spezza, Antti Niemi). But nothing really compares to what he did five years ago today.Nill had been with the Stars for just over two months when he traded for Tyler Seguin. Inversely, the Bruins pulled the trigger on the deal just 10 days after losing in the Stanley Cup Final to the Chicago Blackhawks.The deal: Boston sent Seguin, Rich Peverley and Ryan Button for Loui Eriksson,...
Chowder and Champions Jul 4, 2018

Boston Bruins: Sean Kuraly will be back on the 4th line

The Boston Bruins re-signed forward Sean Kuraly. He may be a bottom six forward, but this is an important move by the B’s. It’s hard to watch Sean Kuraly play and not crack a smile. He is a hockey fan’s favorite player. Kuraly plays with so much passion and plays the game the right way. […] Boston Bruins: Sean Kuraly will be back on the 4th line - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!

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