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Should the Bruins Inquire About Panarin Trade?

When a player like ArtemiPanarin becomes available on the trade market, every general manager with a pulse should be making a phone call to inquire about the potential cost. As is typically the case in the week leading up to the NHL Draft, rumors, reports and actual transactions are flying as teams are looking to […] The post Should the Bruins Inquire About Panarin Trade appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Khudobin Is Key for Bruins Crease

The Boston Bruins are prepared to have a rather difficult summer. With eight combined UFAs and RFAs, the Bruins are exploring opportunities that will allow them to be competitive in the near future. With rumors that they may have interest in re-signing Rick Nash and discussions about bringing Ilya Kovalchuk to Boston, its become adamantly […] The post Khudobin Is Key for Bruins Crease appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Would Bruins Trade DeBrusk for Hanifin?

Two things are clear at this point in the 2018 NHL offseason. The Boston Bruins are in need of a two-way left-shot defenseman, and former first-round pick Noah Hanifin may want out after a rather bitter end to the 2017-18 season for the Carolina Hurricanes (36-35-11, 14 points out of a playoff spot). Given that […] The post Would Bruins Trade DeBrusk for Hanifin appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


The Rise And Fall Of Andrew Raycroft

Twelve years ago, Boston Bruins goaltender Andrew Raycroft tookthe National Hockey League by storm. Boston’s fifth-round pick in 1998 had spent the previous three seasonsbouncing back and forth on Interstate 95 between Boston and Providence. In fact, a majority of Raycroft’s early professional career in the AHL, playing in 121 games on the Bruins’ farm […] The post The Rise And Fall Of Andrew Raycroft appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Bruins Re-Sign Grzelcyk

The Boston Bruins have re-signed defender Matt Grzelcyk to a two-year contract worth $2.8 million, the team announced Friday. The deal will carry a $1.4 million in each of the two seasons and was first reported by Marisa Ingemi. The extension will keep Grzelcyk under contract through the 2019-20 season. Bruins sign @Matt_Grzelcyk5 to a […] The post Bruins Re-Sign Grzelcyk appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


McQuaid Trade Would Benefit Bruins

Entering the offseason, the Boston Bruins have a number of items on their agenda. That includes decisions on Rick and Riley Nash, as well as reeling in restricted free agents like Sean Kuraly and Matt Grzelcyk. In addition, general manager Don Sweeney will have to make the call on bringing back Tim Schaller and Anton […] The post McQuaid Trade Would Benefit Bruins appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


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Should the Bruins Inquire About Panarin Trade?

When a player like ArtemiPanarin becomes available on the trade market, every general manager with a pulse should be making a phone call to inquire about the potential cost. As is typically the case in the week leading up to the NHL Draft, rumors, reports and actual transactions are flying as teams are looking to […] The post Should the Bruins Inquire About Panarin Trade appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Khudobin Is Key for Bruins Crease

The Boston Bruins are prepared to have a rather difficult summer. With eight combined UFAs and RFAs, the Bruins are exploring opportunities that will allow them to be competitive in the near future. With rumors that they may have interest in re-signing Rick Nash and discussions about bringing Ilya Kovalchuk to Boston, its become adamantly […] The post Khudobin Is Key for Bruins Crease appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Would Bruins Trade DeBrusk for Hanifin?

Two things are clear at this point in the 2018 NHL offseason. The Boston Bruins are in need of a two-way left-shot defenseman, and former first-round pick Noah Hanifin may want out after a rather bitter end to the 2017-18 season for the Carolina Hurricanes (36-35-11, 14 points out of a playoff spot). Given that […] The post Would Bruins Trade DeBrusk for Hanifin appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


The Rise And Fall Of Andrew Raycroft

Twelve years ago, Boston Bruins goaltender Andrew Raycroft tookthe National Hockey League by storm. Boston’s fifth-round pick in 1998 had spent the previous three seasonsbouncing back and forth on Interstate 95 between Boston and Providence. In fact, a majority of Raycroft’s early professional career in the AHL, playing in 121 games on the Bruins’ farm […] The post The Rise And Fall Of Andrew Raycroft appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Bruins Re-Sign Grzelcyk

The Boston Bruins have re-signed defender Matt Grzelcyk to a two-year contract worth $2.8 million, the team announced Friday. The deal will carry a $1.4 million in each of the two seasons and was first reported by Marisa Ingemi. The extension will keep Grzelcyk under contract through the 2019-20 season. Bruins sign @Matt_Grzelcyk5 to a […] The post Bruins Re-Sign Grzelcyk appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


McQuaid Trade Would Benefit Bruins

Entering the offseason, the Boston Bruins have a number of items on their agenda. That includes decisions on Rick and Riley Nash, as well as reeling in restricted free agents like Sean Kuraly and Matt Grzelcyk. In addition, general manager Don Sweeney will have to make the call on bringing back Tim Schaller and Anton […] The post McQuaid Trade Would Benefit Bruins appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


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