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Boston Bruins Schedule Remainder Will Be a True Test

The Boston Bruins schedule from October to February has been relatively generous and they have taken advantage of it. But their time playing mostly sub-.500 teams ran out and the end of the year has a lot planned for them. Tough End of the Season On Tuesday, the Bruins begin their final stretch of the regular season in hopes to clinch a playoff spot. But from that game on, they will have no more than one day of rest in between games for the remainder of the season. Boston will play their last 19 games and will only have...

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Boston Bruins Rookie Charlie McAvoy Becoming a Fan Favourite

Defenceman Charlie McAvoy is rapidly becoming a fan favourite in Boston. Sure, he isn’t tearing up the league in points or making miraculous plays every second he touches the ice. But the Boston Bruins rookie is doing what is asked of him, and becoming a reliable top pair defenseman. Charlie McAvoy Logging Minutes and Recording Points Although he first made an appearance in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, this is McAvoy’s rookie season. In the Tuesday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes, McAvoy was on the ice for 23:06 – just 44 seconds less than captain Zdeno Chara, who is playing in his...

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Boston Bruins Trade Deadline Acquisitions Immediately Paying Off

On Tuesday night, the Boston Bruins trade deadline acquisitions paid immediate dividends against the Carolina Hurricanes in a 4-3 win in overtime. Rick Nash and Tommy Wingels, both traded to the Bruins shortly before the deadline, immediately gave the fans of Boston a reason to love them. Immediate Production from the Boston Bruins Trade Deadline Acquisitions Rick Nash is Born Again Early in the first, Rick Nash was part of a potential scoring chance but was unable to capitalize. A quick turnaround by Carolina sent the Boston defence back to their own zone, including Nash. Tuukka Rask stopped the Hurricanes...

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Boston Bruins Build for the Playoffs

The Boston Bruins added some big-name players before the trade deadline ends for this season in hopes to help their run in the playoffs. Early Sunday morning, the Bruins finalized a trade with the New York Rangers that gave them forward Rick Nash. Then, hours later, the Bruins signed Brian Gionta despite him being out of the league this entire season. Just prior to the trade deadline, the Bruins traded a 5th round draft pick for Chicago Blackhawks center Tommy Wingels. Boston Bruins Build With Their Eye on the Stanley Cup Playoffs Nash is in his 15th season and...

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