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The Boston Bruins are one of the NHL’s oldest franchises. As such, the team has seen its fair share of legends pass through the city through multiple generations that will forever be cemented in history among the best of their time. While there were many great athletes who have played for the Bruins, only a
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When thinking about former Boston Bruins and current Washington Capitals defender Zdeno Chara, one word should come to mind. That word, as you might have guessed, is big. Whether it big his stature, his contributions to the team or his contributions to the city he’s playing hockey in, everything about Chara screams “big.” It’s for
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Last night, the Boston Bruins played what seemed to be their most dominant hockey in a win over the Washington Capitals. Going into the game, the Capitals had gotten the better of the Bruins the previous game in a 3-2 shootout result. However, this time around would be anything but close, with the Bruins steam-rolling the Capitals for a 5-1
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It has been speculated that Jake Virtanen will leave the Vancouver Canucks before the NHL trade deadline. The 24-year-old signed a two-year contract with the Canucks in October 2020, but the events surrounding this decision caused the team’s fans to feel disappointed. General manager Jim Benning was scrutinized for offering Virtanen a new deal and
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One of the early stories of the Boston Bruins’ 2020-21 season has been the young players making key contributions. Trent Frederic is making a name for himself amongst fans for his impressive, hard hitting style of play. On the blue line, Jeremy Lauzon and Jakub Zboril have been playing big minutes in the absence of
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In this week’s edition of Bruins Weekly, David Pastrnak makes his season debut against the Washington Capitals and makes his presence felt right away, coach Bruce Cassidy changes things up on the power play, Charlie McAvoy’s game continues to evolve and Matt Grzelcyk leads the list of growing injuries. Pastrnak Makes Season Debut When the
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The Boston Bruins have started the season with a 2-1-1 record. Throughout their first four games, they’ve scored seven goals – three at even strength, and allowed nine goals against. To add perspective to those numbers, the league-average in goals-for this season has been 13 and the league-average in goals against has also been 13.
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