The Bruins’ annual Development Camp, which will include five new prospects selected at the NHL Draft over the weekend, opens on Tuesday. The B’s will be spending at least as much time working on their roster for the 2018-19 season, though.
by: Sean Raggio — Fansided: Blue Line Station 15h
The New York Rangers suffered from very lackluster defensive play this past season. Should they re-sign one of their young defensemen despite a draft chock...
by: Frank Seravalli — TSN 19h
In all likelihood, New York Islanders captain John Tavares will use his unrestricted free agency to secure a long-term deal. But TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli wonders if Tavares's hometown Toronto Maple Leafs could present the 27-year-old...
by: Mike Loftus — The Patriot Ledger 24 Jun
The Bruins, one of a select group allowed to make a sales pitch to scoring winger Ilya Kovalchuk on Friday, learned Saturday that Kovalchuk had picked the Kings instead. The B’s selected five long-term prospects on the second day of the NHL Entry Draft...
by: Mike Loftus The Quincy Patriot Ledger — Providence Journal 23 Jun
Don Sweeney described sitting out Friday night’s first round of the NHL Draft in Dallas as “painful” and “excruciating”. The Bruins’ general manager and his staff were able to make five selections on Saturday, but even that was tempered by some bad news:.
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 23 Jun
The Bruins finally get to make their picks in the NHL draft and select Swedish defenseman Axel Andersson in the second round (57th overall) and Czech center/left wing Jakub Lauko in the third (77th) with their first two choices.
by: MIKE LOFTUS The Quincy Patriot Ledger — The Patriot Ledger 23 Jun
Don Sweeney said there were "a lot of balls in the air" as the Bruins approached the floor at American Airlines Center in Dallas for the NHL Draft on Friday night. One ball in play was the possibility of replacing the first-round draft pick (No. 26...
by: Justin Tasch — NY Daily News 23 Jun
The Rangers selected Vitali Kravtsov with their first-round pick in the NHL Draft.
by: Nicholas Zararis — Fansided: Blue Line Station 21 Jun
It is no secret that the New York Rangers had one of the worst defensive units in the league last year. The team will need to turn to free agency to fill o...
by: Colin Stephenson firstname.lastname@example.org @ColinASteph June 21, 2018 12:10 PM — Newsday 21 Jun
Chris Drury is having the best summer ever.Last month, the Rangers’ assistant general manager got to see his longtime friend, David Quinn, introduced as the 35th coach of the Rangers, and this weekend
by: Mike Loftus — The Patriot Ledger 20 Jun
Without a first-round pick for the first time in general manager Don Sweeney’s tenure, and with only five choices over seven rounds, the Bruins could use the NHL Entry Draft more to address the short-term future and less as a long-term development tool.
Canadiens kicked off their summer with Domi acquisition, but work is far from over | The Hockey News
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 18 Jun
Montreal GM Marc Bergevin hasn’t been afraid of the bold off-season move, and he proved it again by shipping Alex Galchenyuk to Arizona for Max Domi. That won’t be the last we hear from the Canadiens this summer, either.
by: NBC Sports Boston Staff — NBC Sports Boston 17 Jun
On Toucher & Rich, Ty Anderson says that the Bruins have a good chance to sign Ilya Kovalchuk and may have a leg up on other teams because of their cap space.
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