Analyses of Boston Bruins’ prospect, Torey Krug inevitably begin with his stature. At 5’9, Krug must fight every day to prove his mettle while preparing for a league that […]
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In their first action in five days, the Providence Bruins returned the ‘favor’, spoiling the Manchester Monarchs’ home opener at the Verizon Wireless Arena and earning their first victory, 4-3. […]
In Dit: Dit Clapper and the Rise of the Boston Bruins, authors Stewart Richardson and Richard LeBlanc illustrate the life and career of one of the great players in hockey’s […]
While fighting has been an ongoing debate throughout the NHL, the art of dropping the gloves is not for everyone. NHL enforcers are some of the toughest men in the […]
Despite falling to the Manchester Monarchs 3-1 on opening-night, Providence Bruins’ goalie Michael Hutchinson is looking forward to a hopefully breakthrough campaign at the Dunk. After the game Providence Head […]
Despite a raucous crowd of more than ten thousand cheering them on, the Providence Bruins fell to the Manchester Monarchs 3-1 at the Dunkin Donuts Center on Opening Night in […]
Few members of the Providence Bruins enter this season as highly-touted as forward Jared Knight. Knight, the Boston Bruins second pick in 2010 – 32nd overall – spent each of […]
Thursday afternoon brought Media Day to the Dunkin Donuts Center. The Providence Bruins players and staff gathered en masse for a group session with members of the press. Before […]
The second week of October usually signals the beginning of the NHL season but instead, it’s the American Hockey League that has the spotlight. The NHL lockout has forced numerous players to find a new rink to skate in overseas while others have migrated down to the AHL.
While the Providence Bruins may not play stacked, lockout-saturated teams such as the Oklahoma City Barons or Toronto Marlies, there are plenty of key games where fans will get to witness NHL-talent on the AHL-level. Plus, it’s professional hockey, automatically giving the AHL an advantage over the NHL…for now. Here are some key P-Bruins home games for the 2012-13 season.
Friday, the Providence Bruins will open the season at home against the Manchester Monarchs. After missing the playoffs just twice in their first seventeen years of existence, the P-Bruins […]
The crisp autumn chill has hit New England, which generally brings with it the usual seasonal staples: foliage, pumpkin versions of everything and the start of hockey season. This year, […]
The Providence Bruins fell 3-1 to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in their second preseason game in two nights. Christian Hanson scored the only goal for the P-Bruins, who engaged in […]