May 25th, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Bruins Management 0 comments

The Bruins announced on Tuesday, May 24 that Bruce Cassidy and Jay Pandolfo will join head coach Claude Julien’s staff as assistants, alongside returning Joe Sacco and Bob Essensa. Assistant Doug Jarvis, who has been with the team since 2010, will not be retained. Bruce Cassidy and Jay Pandolfo will join Joe Sacco and Bob Essensa on Head...

May 11th, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Bruins Goaltending, Bruins Prospects 0 comments

It was a tough year for Malcolm Subban. The 22-year-old goaltender posted poor numbers to start his third season with the Providence Bruins, finishing the month of November with an .872 save percentage. In December and January, Subban seemed to turn his fortune around for the better, posting a far better .926 save percentage in December, and .935...

May 7th, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Bruins Goaltending, Bruins Prospects 0 comments

The Boston Bruins are in a bit of a strange situation right now, after missing the playoffs for the second straight season. As a team that some thought were headed toward a "rebuild" stage prior to last season, the Bruins went on to fall just short of the playoffs, offering no real answer to the problems that faced them at the start of the...

May 2nd, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Bruins Prospects, Editor's Choice, Nashville Predators, Predators Prospects 0 comments

Jimmy Vesey was born and raised a Boston boy - from North Reading, Massachusetts, where he grew up a Bruins fan. His father played fifteen NHL games, four of which were with the Bruins, and Jimmy's dream has been to carry on what his dad had started. Despite being drafted by the Nashville Predators back in 2012, it seems as though Vesey is going...

May 2nd, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Bruins Prospects 0 comments

It's been a bumpy ride for Alexander Khokhlachev and the Boston Bruins. The 22-year-old Russian center has spent most of his time with the Providence Bruins in the AHL, where he's seen sustained success as a point-getter for the Baby Bruins. However, his inability to prove himself at an NHL level, or, as he would tell you, his lack of a chance to...

May 1st, 2016 In Boston Bruins, Florida Panthers, Los Angeles Kings, News 0 comments

On Saturday, the NHL named Aleksander Barkov, Loui Eriksson and Anze Kopitar finalists for the 2016 Lady Byng Trophy, honoring "the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability." Barkov served as a leader on a Florida Panthers team that set a franchise...

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