Top 10 Boston Bruins Twitter Accounts

Twitter-LogoIn this day and age, social media is necessary to pass along news and information. Twitter is a great example of this new age in reporting, but sometimes the noise can get too loud. Sports media on Twitter can get overcrowded and sometimes just downright overwhelming.

So, when you want to know more about the Boston Bruins, who do you turn to? Well, here is my list of ten Boston Bruins Twitter accounts to follow.

Official Boston Bruins

@NHLBruins

Starting with the obvious, the Boston Bruins official Twitter account. When other people report on Bruins news, nothing is more official than coming straight from the team. Full of quotes from players about the game and live Tweets during the game. The Twitter account is usually the first to break Bruins news.

Patrick Power, Jr.

@PatrickPower1

Diehard Boston Bruins fan Patrick Power, Jr. is known among Bruins fans on Twitter as the creator of the “#BruinsFam”. His Tweets could get a little NSFW at times due to his passionate nature. Power, Jr. is very interactive with his fans and will pretty much follow you back. He also adds a little levity with his humor.

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Joe Haggerty

@HackswithHaggs

Joe Haggerty of CSNNE.com is one of the best Bruins reporters of them all. He has great insight into the game and seems to break a lot of Bruins news, something that Bruins fans might want to know.

Jack Edwards

@RealJackEdwards

Very popular Bruins play-by-play guy Jack Edwards is very passionate about his Boston Bruins and you can tell that in his Tweets. Despite his blatant homerism, Edwards is a guy who really knows his hockey

Marc Savard

@MSavvy91

Despite not playing on the Bruins anymore due to concussion problems, Marc Savard is still a much beloved figure in Boston. He genuinely misses the game of hockey and would love to step out on the ice once more. Savard is a guy who will have a bright future in hockey after his playing days as either a coach, scout, or an analyst. He is also appreciative of all of his fans and followers.

 Milan Lucic

@MilanLucicCFC17

Boston bruins winger and toughman Milan Lucic is a very interactive user. Lucic will try to answer any fan questions that he can, he recently conducted a Q&A session back in September. Lucic uses the majority of his account to promote the charity, Celebrities for Charity.

Amalie Benjamin

@AmalieBenjamin

Amalie Benjamin is a Boston Bruins beat writer for the Boston Globe. She live tweets the games and gets behind the scenes of the Boston Bruins. She recently just moved on from writing for the Red Sox to the Bruins, but hasn’t missed a beat.

 

Bobby Robins

@bobbyRRRobins

Boston Bruins prospect Bobby Robins is worth the follow if you are a Bruins fan. Not only is Robins a prospect within the Bruins ranks, but he also writes a blog and is interactive with his followers. Robins doesn’t just tweet about hockey, he tweets about a variety of different matters like video games and what podcasts you should listen to, just to name a few. You can follow his journey as he tries to make it to Boston via his Twitter account.

Bruins Daily

@BruinsDaily

The official Twitter account of BruinsDaily.com, a Bruins based site, this account keeps fans up to date on the latest in Boston Bruins news. Whether it be signing, injury, or rumor, @BruinsDaily is on top of it.

 

Fluto Shinzawa

@GlobeFluto

Fluto Shinzawa has been a Boston Bruins reporter with the Boston Globe for quite some time now, and when he reports something, you can be sure it is fact. Shinzawa live tweets during the games, but he won’t bombard your feed with constant updates, he knows how to pick and choose. He also knows how to add some humor in some of his tweets showing that reporters can be humorous, too.

What do you think of the list? Did I miss any? Comment below or send me a Tweet, @MarkWGraham