The Last Word on Hockey Show was back to discuss Patrick Marleau breaking Gordie Howe's record, Taylor Hall and so much more
by: Tim Kavanagh, ESPN.com — ESPN 2h
After a tough start to 2021, the Blueshirts have charged back and sit four points behind the Bruins heading into Tuesday's action.
by: Dan.Ryan — SB Nation: Stanley Cup of Chowder 3h
Taylor Hall’s old stomping grounds!
by: Matt Hawkins — Fansided: Causeway Crowd 14h
It's no secret that the Boston Bruins have one of the best AHL teams. The Providence Bruins have consistently been atop the AHL over the last few years and...
by: Lauren Campbell — NESN 14h
The Boston Bruins have a slew of injured players, but head coach Bruce Cassidy provided some positives updates Monday morning.
by: Julian Benbow Globe Staff,Updated April 19, 2021, 13 minutes ago — The Boston Globe 15h
After Sunday’s 6-3 win over the Capitals, Cassidy agreed Tom Wilson's hit on Sean Kuraly was “incidental,” but upheld stiff penalty against Garnet Hathaway for his boarding major on Jarred Tinordi.
by: Conor Ryan — Boston Sports Journal 16h
What a difference a deadline makes. After treading water and holding onto the final playoff spot in the East Division for over a month due to a mix of inju
by: Steve Conroy — Boston Herald 17h
As the Bruins desperately tried to keep their head above water in the many win-one/lose-one weeks leading up to the trade deadline, there was a belief that the B’s did have one ace in the hol…
by: Joe Haggerty — Boston Hockey Now 17h
The Boston Bruins are still busy working on the future even as they do whatever they can for short term success for this year’s hockey club. So, it wasn’t a surprise they had an announcement on a two-year entry level deal (cap hit of $800,000) for 21-
by: Boston Bruins — NHL: Boston Bruins 18h
Lyle has appeared in 19 games for the Providence Bruins in 2020-21 recording six goals and six assists for 12 points
by: Boston Bruins Hockey News & Updates from WBZ, CBS Channel 4 – CBS Boston — CBS Boston 19h
The Boston Bruins announced the signing of defenseman Brady Lyle to an entry-level contract.
by: SkyonAir — SB Nation: Stanley Cup of Chowder 20h
The Providence pointgetting blueliner now has a chance to play for the big squad
by: Scott McLaughlin — Radio.com: WEEI 20h
Could Brady Lyle be the Bruins’ next hidden gem? Boston has signed the 6-foot-3 right-shot defenseman to an entry-level contract. Lyle is currently tied for the AHL lead in goals by a defenseman.
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