Point/Counterpoint: Rebuilding the Bruins – Part Two

So, it’s the offseason and while the NHL playoffs have so far been great, as usual, we Bruins fans are pondering what the team will do this summer to improve. Sure, the D needs help, yada yada yada. But what else? Well, there’s a new 5-part series on that takes a look at rebuilding…

Pittsburgh Penguins v Boston Bruins - Game Three

Bruins Won’t Be as Bad as People Think

Many are writing off the upcoming Bruins season, as a transition year of sorts. Too much talent lost, not enough talent coming back, etc. etc. And while that may be true, I’m not ready to say this isn’t a playoff team. And here is why: 1. Younger and Faster: Overall, this should be a faster…

NHL: JAN 04 Jets at Bruins

Early Expectations for 2015-2016

We’re 9 weeks out from puck drop on the 2015-2016 season.  We’re about 6 weeks from the start of training camp.  To date, the B’s have put their fans through some pretty low lows this offseason, with a couple good days sprinkled in.  Admittedly, I can’t ignore the still gaping hole on the Bruins back…


Are the Bruins Done Adding?

Probably an unfair question, free agency is hardly a week old and there are still a bunch of free agents on the market plus teams looking to make some roster changes.  However, I’m starting to get a little anxious that the Bruins might be OK going into the season with this squad. They’ve done some…

Matt Beleskey

Morning Dump: Bruins Rebound on Day One of Free Agency

Yesterday was Day One of NHL free agency, and every Bruins/hockey fan spent the day refreshing Twitter to see what the latest moves were. In the first big move of the day, the Penguins acquired Phil Kessel, because of course they did. Then the top free agents started signing, with many potential fits for Boston…

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