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What We Know

10th
Oct. × ’13

We’re a week into the new NHL season. Teams have played between two and four games, and several possibly sustainable surprises have come out of the first seven days.   Anaheim Ducks: Secondary scoring may actually be a factor this year, the top two in points through three games were added since last year, Mathieu […]


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Boston Bruins Top 6 Bottom 6 vs Nine-Three Spilt

12th
Sep. × ’13

When the season opens if all goes  according to the master plan of Peter Chiarelli and Cam Neely, the Boston Bruins will look less like they did last season, and more like they did when they ran the table and collected Lord Stanley’s Cup. In the past two seasons the Boston Bruins had a clear […]


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Four Keys To Stanley Cup Final Game Six

24th
Jun. × ’13

Its game six. For Chicago if they win they go home champions, for Boston if they win they go home hurt, hungry and still needing to win again. Injury Front And Center The Boston Bruins winning without Bergeron and Campbell is an unlikely proposition. A Toews-less Blackhawks team is something that should make any hockey […]


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Storylines for Game Four

19th
Jun. × ’13

With three games in the history books, the Stanley Cup Finals reaches the halfway point of possible games tonight. Each team has seen the other throw the best they have out there, each team has had players head down the tunnel and not come back. Puck Possession: While faceoffs are a key part of this, […]


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6 Players That Should Be Traded By The End of The Draft

13th
Jun. × ’13

There are a lot of teams that need a lot of help. Some of them have more than enough depth at one position. Some teams just can’t draft a position to save their lives, and others have been taking the same commuter rail as Ozzy Ozbourne for decades. For the most part these players have […]


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Boston Bruins Top Needs This OffSeason

15th
May. × ’12

Most of the Bruins needs this year are depth needs, and none are the difference between the team making the playoffs next year and not. Long term they might be, and given the some of the players currently on the roster or in the system, they are still strong concerns. 1: Power Forward. If they […]


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Bruins Season Review Part One: Out The Door

26th
Apr. × ’12

The season is over. In the wake of a hard fought series against a team that had the Bruins number all season, it’s hard to see how anyone can be devastated. This isn’t the loss to the Flyers after going up three games to none. It’s not a loss to a truly hated team like […]


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What Ails The Bruins? Part 1

12th
Mar. × ’12

What’s wrong with the Boston Bruins is a question I’ve been asked a couple times a week for about two, nearly two and a half months. The tailspin didn’t start with the losing, it started with some of the undeserved wins at the end of December. In January, it was bad luck and stupid injuries […]


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Boston Bruins Trade Potential

25th
Feb. × ’12

The Bruins are in a decent position in the standings. They do have injuries to two key forwards and have shown little ability to replace them internally. It’s likely that Peter and Cam will want to add without subtracting again (even if that is unlikely) so I don’t expect anything huge. Here’s a look at […]


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