NHL News & Notes: Thompson, Delia & More

In today’s News & Notes, the Montreal Canadiens have acquired Nate Thompson, Collin Delia has signed a three-year contract extension and the NHL has announced their three stars of the week. Canadiens Acquire Thompson From Kings The Canadiens traded a fourth-round selection in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange […]

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 […]

Bruins: 3 Trade Targets at Center

The Boston Bruins need help at the center ice position. This was true even before Patrice Bergeron went down with an injury. At the same time, every team in the NHL could use a center, even the deepest teams at the position would love to take an extra center on their roster as they are […]

Bruins Need to Break up Top Line

It’s been said time and time again: Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak make up the best line in hockey. There’s been debate about the topic, naturally so given the amount of talent in the NHL. No matter which line is brought up as the potential “best line in hockey” though, the Bruins’ top […]

NHL News & Notes: Plekanec, Schultz & More

In today’s News & Notes, a veteran member of the Montreal Canadiens will be playing in a huge milestone game, a Pittsburgh Penguin is out long-term with an injury and the NHL has announced their Three Stars of the Week. Plekanec to Play in 1,000th NHL Game When the Montreal Canadiens take the ice Monday, […]

Big Bruins Milestones Coming Soon

With their victory against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday, the Boston Bruins have battled their way to a 3-1-0 victory. They have outscored opponents 14-4 in their last three games. It is a sizeable feat for a team who lost their opening-night matchup against the Washington Capitals by a score of 7-0. As the Bruins […]

Boston Bruins 2018-19 Season Preview

The 2017-18 season both went better than expected and worse than expected for the Boston Bruins. Entering the season, the Bruins were fresh off of a first-round playoff loss to the Ottawa Senators and the hope was that the team would be able to progress from there. After all, the team went from perennial Stanley […]

The Rise And Fall Of Andrew Raycroft

Twelve years ago, Boston Bruins goaltender Andrew Raycroft took the National Hockey League by storm. Boston’s fifth-round pick in 1998 had spent the previous three seasons bouncing 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 […]