The Boston Bruins currently sit at the top of the NHL standings at 37-11-12 and currently lead the Atlantic Division by three points over the resurgent Tampa Bay Lightning. They have seemingly hit their stride, going 8-1-0 since the All-Star break. While both the Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs had rough starts to the season,
Look out, NHL trade rumor season is heating up, and for Anaheim Ducks fans, it might get exciting. According to Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now, Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy might be available in a trade. Murphy says a pro scout texted him telling him, “Don’t be surprised if the Bruins move McAvoy.” For Ducks fans,
Chris Kreider still high on the Boston Bruins’ radar Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston: This feels like a broken record but Chris Kreider will be highly sought after by the Boston Bruins. Sometimes the more modest fish turns out to be the best. However, Kreider provides power to the top-six in Boston’s forward core.
Joe Haggerty: The Boston Bruins signed forward Charlie Coyle to a six-year contract extension with a salary cap hit of $5.25 million. The Bruins also signed forward Chris Wagner to a three-year contract extension with a salary cap hit of $1.35 million. Cap Friendly: Coyle contract extension has a no-movement clause and a modified no-trade
The start of the 2019-20 season has been mostly pleasant for the Boston Bruins. After falling just short of a Stanley Cup last spring, the Bruins swiftly swept any concerns of a Cup hangover under the rug, getting out to one of the best starts in the National Hockey League. And while the team hit
No offseason work for Byfuglien Neal McHale: Bob McKenzie on Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien: “He reportedly did not skate or train all summer.” Bruins right side on the second line and left side on the blue line Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports: (mailbag) The Boston Bruins will try Karson Kuhlman and Brett Ritchie on
Jake DeBrusk sees the RFA template via McAvoy and Carlo Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston: Jake DeBrusk saw what the future may hold for him as far as his next contract (likely next summer). The eventual restricted free agent sees other comparables as well. Brock Boeser and Travis Konecny are the two most looked