Tuukka Rask had one of his best seasons with the Boston Bruins in 2018-19, earning a 27-13-5 record with a .912 save percentage and 2.48 goals-against average. The goalie had a tremendous postseaso…
by: DJ Bean — NBC Sports Boston 11 Aug
Charlie McAvoy will eventually live up to all those expectations, writes DJ Bean. And a Bruins franchise that’s been lucky enough to have some of the greatest to ever play defenseman will have its
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 9 Aug
Torey Krug had a monster postseason for the Bruins and is in the prime of his career, but the 28-year-old could be at a crossroads in 2019-20.
by: rob.bradford — WEEI: WEEI Media 6 Aug
Coming on the heels of Matt Kalman’s column imploring the Bruins to lock up restricted free agent defenseman Charlie McAvoy with a long-te
by: Brandon Share-Cohen — The Hockey Writers 6 Aug
With Stanley Cup ambitions for the 2019-20 season, the Boston Bruins simply can't replace Jaroslav Halak as Tuukka Rask's backup goalie.
by: Kevin Allen, USA TODAY — USA Today 6 Aug
The Nathan MacKinnon-led Avalanche will be featured 12 times on NBC Sports, twice last year, and Winter Classic host Stars will be shown six times.
by: Scott Billeck — NBC Sports 6 Aug
Tuesday’s collection of links.
by: Adam Gretz — NBC Sports 5 Aug
Going from one of the worst defensive teams to one of the best could help him get his career back on track.
by: rob.bradford — WEEI: WEEI Media 5 Aug
The NHL Network has disrespected Patrice Bergeron.The Bruins center was ranked seventh on the network’s list of “Top 20 Centers Right Now,” which was revealed Sunday night.
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 5 Aug
Even though he's on the wrong side of 40 and will certainly miss time due to injury next season, the Bruins will again rely on Zdeno Chara for defense and leadership.
by: Scott Billeck — NBC Sports 4 Aug
Cup experiences a little French-Canadian in its travels this past week.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 4 Aug
The two biggest standouts in the tournament among the four participating Flyers prospects were their 2018 and 2019 first-round draft picks, Joel Farabee and Cam York.
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports 3 Aug
Though the Sabres avoided the players potentially being awarded more expensive contracts, the deals push Buffalo about $1 million over the $81.5 million salary cap.
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- David Backes
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- Jaroslav Halak
- Danton Heinen
- Steven Kampfer
- David Krejci
- Torey Krug
- Sean Kuraly
- Par Lindholm
- Brad Marchand
- Charlie McAvoy
- Kevan Miller
- John Moore
- Joakim Nordstrom
- David Pastrnak
- Tuukka Rask
- Brett Ritchie
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