Boston Bruins

Finding the right line combinations is key to any hockey team’s success, and it can often take several seasons to find the perfect trio. Once the right one is in place, two players will usually develop stronger chemistry because of their complementary playing styles. There have been some stand-out duos in the NHL this season,
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Welcome to the 25th edition of my weekly NHL Power Rankings for The Hockey Writers, where the league’s top half is evaluated. These rankings will focus on how teams have performed in the past week of play and will significantly factor in their overall strength and where they are at the time in the standings. With
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In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the New Jersey Devils have lost Jack Hughes for the remainder of the season. What does this mean for their final few games? Meanwhile, in some NHL goaltender news, the Edmonton Oilers still have interest in a netminder out of the St. Louis Blues organization, and the Washington Capitals might
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Without a doubt, Boston Bruins’ left wing Brad Marchand is one of the most polarizing active players in the National Hockey League. He is at the same time a masterful goalscorer and a pest for the ages. Bruins fans love him. Fans of just about every other team hate him. His relationship with league officials?
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Now that we’ve had almost two weeks to settle from the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline, it’s time to do a deeper dive into the Boston Bruins’ main acquisition, Hampus Lindholm. Related: 3 Bruins Who Could Be Trade Candidates in 2022 Offseason Unlike most deadline deals, Lindholm is not just a rental player to help the
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In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Keith Yandle’s Iron Man Streak is going to come to an end on Saturday. It’s a questionable decision that doesn’t make much sense from the perspective that the Philadelphia Flyers aren’t playing meaningful games right now. Arizona Coyotes’ forward Jay Beagle is taking heat from everyone except the Coyotes’ announce
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When the Boston Bruins failed to add a top-six forward at the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline, many fans considered this deadline to be a failure. General manager Don Sweeney would add defender Hampus Lindholm – who looked excellent in his first game in Boston but would strike out on adding either a second-line center or
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