Bruins: Change is in the Air as Defence Evolves

The Boston Bruins are going through changes and they will be apparent in the 2020-2021 season, with key movements on the blueline leading to a changing of the proverbial rearguard. Defenceman Torey Krug is now with the St. Louis Blues. He signed as an unrestricted free agent on October 9. Krug’s impact will be feltContinue reading “Bruins: Change is in the Air as Defence Evolves”

Bruins: Boston’s “Full Steam Ahead” with Rask

The Boston Bruins are “full steam ahead” with goalie Tuukka Rask when the new season begins. Head coach Bruce Cassidy said that all is well after the netminder left the playoff bubble last season. “I think everything that happened in the bubble has been addressed, dealt with,” Cassidy said Wednesday. “We’re moving on, getting readyContinue reading “Bruins: Boston’s “Full Steam Ahead” with Rask”

Bruins: Pastrnak 50/50 for Game Four Return

The Boston Bruins might have David Pastrnak back in the fold for Monday’s Game Four against the Carolina Hurricanes. Pastrnak skated with the team during part of the optional practice Sunday after he was ruled unfit to play for the past two games. “[Pastrnak] skated today briefly,” head coach Bruce Cassidy said. “He did someContinue reading “Bruins: Pastrnak 50/50 for Game Four Return”

Bruins: Boston Eager to Play Things “Their Way” in Game Three

The Boston Bruins are a great road team. They’re 6-2 away from home in these playoffs, so they’ve got a lot of optimism in the tank as they roll into St. Louis for Game Three against the Blues Saturday. Of course, Game Two saw the Bruins face the end of an eight-game winning streak andContinue reading “Bruins: Boston Eager to Play Things “Their Way” in Game Three”

Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes

With Game One of the Stanley Cup Final in the books, the Boston Bruins find themselves ahead by a game with a 4-2 victory Monday night. And the St. Louis Blues find themselves with a fair estimate of the opposition. We’ve been talking a lot about the depth of the Bruins and that came throughContinue reading “Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes”