Maple Leafs, Bruins Set on Collision Course

Call it destiny. Or call it a recurring nightmare. Your name for it completely depends on what side of the puck you’re sitting on – the Boston Bruins or the Toronto Maple Leafs. Either way, it looks as though both teams will likely be staring each other down once again when the Stanley Cup playoffs […]

NHL News & Notes: Eichel, Grzelcyk, Voracek & More

In today’s News & Notes, Jack Eichel has been suspended two games, Matt Grzelcyk’s x-rays for his injured arm have come back negative, Jakub Voracek has been suspended two games and David Perron is believed to be dealing with concussion-related symptoms. Eichel Suspended 2 Games The Buffalo Sabres will be without Eichel for their next […]

NHL News & Notes: Marcus Johansson, Micheal Ferland & More

In today’s News & Notes, Marcus Johansson is still in the hospital after leaving Tuesday’s game with an injury, Micheal Ferland left the same game with an injury after fighting and Robin Lehner left Tuesday’s game with an injury. Related: NHL News & Notes: Sparks, Sutter & More Johansson Hospitalized After Big Hit In a season […]

NHL News & Notes: Lindsay, McCabe & More

In today’s News & Notes, NHL Legend Ted Lindsay has passed away, Jake McCabe is out for five to six weeks with an upper-body injury and Kevan Miller is considered week to week. Related: NHL News & Notes: Boucher, Coyne Schofield & More Ted Lindsay Passes Away The NHL world suffered a big loss Monday […]

Bruins Shouldn’t Worry About McAvoy Contract… Yet

Earlier this month, The Athletic’s Fluto Shinzawa reported that Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy had turned down a long-term offer to extend his career in Boston (from “‘A tough deal to do:’ Charlie McAvoy’s next contract could be for big money” – The Athletic – 2/19/19). His decision to decline the offer, Shinzawa says, was […]

Bruins Round Table: Trade Deadline Analysis

Heading into the 2019 Trade Deadline, it was clear that the Boston Bruins had been putting feelers out to just about every seller in the league. Any team that had a player who could have made any semblance or improvement to the team was explored to some degree or another. While there was an expectation […]

Bruins Need to Add More Than Coyle

When the Boston Bruins traded Ryan Donato for Charlie Coyle, they made a commitment to be immediate contenders for the Stanley Cup. There’s no way around it as the team opted to trade a soon-to-be 23-year-old with about half a season of NHL experience from Massachusetts for a 26-year-old NHL forward who’s in the prime […]

Growing Up in the Bergeron Era

I remember the hit. I was 11 years old when Patrice Bergeron was thrown into the end boards by the Philadelphia Flyers’ Randy Jones. The way his head was crunched between Jones and the glass, his body motionless on the ice, eventually being wheeled out on the stretcher – all of it sends shivers down […]

NHL News & Notes: Copley, Rask & More

In today’s News and Notes, Pheonix Copley signed a new contract, Tuukka Rask has made history and the NHL announced their three stars of the week for the first week of February. Related: NHL News & Notes: Kucherov, Smith, Perry & More Copley Signs Contract Extension The Washington Capitals have signed Copley to a three-year […]