Most of you are probably aware I suffered a heart attack a week and a half ago and that is why there was no prospect update last week. But here I am getting better and stronger every day. And the timing is perfect because this week, hockey is back for everyone and boy is itContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: September 25, 2022”
Yesterday, the Boston Bruins announced the players that will take part in the rookie camp and the Prospects Challenge in Buffalo N.Y. The Bruins will practice in Buffalo and play in three exhibition games: Ottawa Senators on Friday September 16, 2022 at 3:30 pm; Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday September 17, 2022 at 3:30 pm; NewContinue reading “Bruins Announce Rookie Camp Roster”
Not every prospect is created equal. Certainly not in skill, but also for the amount of time a team retains the player’s rights. A team will retain the rights of a CHL player for two years. A player drafted from Canadian Junior A and is committed to the NCAA however, could have his rights heldContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: September 11, 2022”
One of the more popular topics here a season ago was the Boston Bruins weekly prospect updates. And the hope is that I can bring the same for the 2022-2023 season and in more detail than last season. Of course, the 2022 NHL Entry Draft has brought some new kids to the block. Matthew PoitrasContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: September 4 2022”
If you followed along here all of last season, then you’ve probably assumed correctly I have been a big fan of Oskar Jellvik. And now, there is another Bruins mid-round draft pick in Dans Locmelis to get excited about. Both are mid round draft picks, and while there is never a guarantee of NHL successContinue reading “Dans Locmelis or Oskar Jellvik?”
I previously looked at the Boston Bruins depth chart for goaltenders and defencemen, and today I will attempt to break down the forward depth chart. Not an easy chore with so many of the forwards capable of playing multiple positions. When looking at depth, remember contract situation plays a role in the matter. Here IsContinue reading “A Look at the Bruins Depth Charts: Forwards”
It was June 2011 at the NHL Entry Draft in St Paul, Minnesota. When the 81st pick (third round) came up, the Boston Bruins selected Anthony Camara of the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League. Just two years prior, Camara was the 14th overall pick at the OHL Priority Selection. Following his OHL Draft,Continue reading “Whatever Happened to Anthony Camara?”
It must be the dog days of summer when it comes to the National Hockey League. Why else would I be doing this? It’s not like this list is something new, it’s been done by many others. I’ve seen all but eight of these players play so, I thought I would put my own listContinue reading “Best Boston Bruins Ever by Jersey Number”
This is the second of a three-part series examining the Boston Bruins depth chart. We began by looking at the goaltending and if you missed that, you can find that here. Today, we will take a look at the Bruins blueliners. While there are injuries to start the season on the back end, I amContinue reading “A Look at the Bruins Depth Charts: Defence”
I have spoken about it on this blog previously, but worth repeating: General Manager Don Sweeney has as much work to do with off ice personnel as he does with on ice personnel. It would take all ten of your fingers and then some toes to count the additions and changes Sweeney made to theContinue reading “Bruins Make Off Ice Additions – Promotions”
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