Go Big or Go Home? Would it help if the Hawks had bigger players? Would it help if they had players who like to hit everything in sight? If not, then whats the alternative?
by: Carrie Salls — The Hockey Writers 18 Sep
The Boston Bruins general manager will need to juggle an aging core and several key free agencies in the upcoming 2020 offseason.
by: Tyler Pierce — Fansided: Causeway Crowd 17 Sep
The Boston Bruins have some tough decisions to make this offseason Despite finishing the regular season with the most points in the NHL, the Boston Bruins ...
by: Nadia Archuleta — Fansided: Mile High Sticking 16 Sep
The Colorado Avalanche might look at picking up a depth winger in free agency. The team doesn't need to make any big moves in the offseason. The Colorado A...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 11 Sep
Is this $72.5M Sabres roster playoff-worthy? Rock meet hard place. Here goes. Those locked in Eichel leads a group of only 10 Sabres players under contract for next season.
A robust trade market might be Bruins’ best bet at retooling this offseason & other takeaways from Don Sweeney’s end-of-season address
by: Conor Ryan — Boston Sports Journal 9 Sep
Don Sweeney held his annual end-of-the-season press conference via Zoom on Wednesday morning — touching on a number of topics, including an unpredictable o
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 9 Sep
Again, while individual evaluations and grades arent being handed out, this series of blogs will provide a more holistic review. Another scheme is top 6, middle 6, and bottom 6.
by: Lauren Campbell — NESN 4 Sep
Patrice Bergeron revealed he will take some time off to rest his groin before the Boston Bruins begin training camp, whenever that may be.
by: Jimmy Golen - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 2 Sep
A seven-time all-star who won the Norris Trophy in 2009, Chara said after Monday’s game that he hadn’t decided whether he will be back.
by: JIMMY GOLEN — The Washington Times 2 Sep
The Boston Bruins have a very big question looming this offseason.