Trade deadline day is a little over three weeks away, the Bruins are in the midst of their bye-week and the phone lines are busy around the league. As in just about every other year, the Bruins are always linked to multiple players, even when it doesn’t make sense whatsoever. But hey, it’s that timeContinue reading “As Trade Deadline Approaches, Who Are the Boston Bruins Potential Trade Pieces”
Tag Archives: Brandon Carlo
They Said the Bruins Start Was Not Sustainable
Allow me to back track a bit because the title is not entirely fitting. It has more to do with some (a lot) of the negativity towards the Bruins 16-2-0 start and the next 18 games. So, let’s head back to the beginning. We all know the story, or we should by now. It wasContinue reading “They Said the Bruins Start Was Not Sustainable”
The Resurgence of Brandon Carlo Will Only Pay Dividends
One could make the argument that over the last few games, Brandon Carlo has been the Bruins steadiest and most consistent blueliner and it wouldn’t be off base. We’re watching Carlo be more assertive offensively by jumping into the play more often, recognizing when to be the late man coming into the play, making someContinue reading “The Resurgence of Brandon Carlo Will Only Pay Dividends”
Wednesday Mailbag November 16, 2022
So many questions this week and plenty of duplicates. I hope I didn’t leave any out. Let’s get right to them: @dangermike via Twitter asks: Hey Dom- on one of your upcoming Monday prospect rundowns can you talk a little bit about typical journeys for these players? Using Brett Harrison for example- if he showsContinue reading “Wednesday Mailbag November 16, 2022”
A Look at the Bruins Depth Charts: Defence
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”
What Has Been Don Sweeney’s Best Draft?
When Don Sweeney took over as General Manager of the Boston Bruins on May 2015, he inherited a prospect pool that was lacking in depth and quality. It wasn’t just the on-ice product that was lacking. The scouting department needed a makeover as well. He moved forward with a plan to rectify both and itContinue reading “What Has Been Don Sweeney’s Best Draft?”
Bruins Sign John Beecher; Extend Jakub Zboril
Today, the Boston Bruins announced they have signed Johnny Beecher to his Entry Level Contract while also announcing an extension to Jakub Zboril. It is believed Beecher’s deal is worth $832,500 per season with a $92,500 signing bonus for a cap hit of $925,000, the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Drafted with theContinue reading “Bruins Sign John Beecher; Extend Jakub Zboril”
Bruins Fail to Clinch Playoff Spot Against the Sens
Entering Thursday night’s action, the Boston Bruins needed any combination of a win to go along with any type of an Islanders loss of one point to clinch a playoff spot for a sixth consecutive season. Well, the Bruins got some help from their next opponent in the Pittsburgh Penguins as they doubled up theContinue reading “Bruins Fail to Clinch Playoff Spot Against the Sens”
When is a Mailbag Not a Mailbag?
Well, when someone emails you a question and you feel it’s deserving of its own (lengthy) reply. Kiki D sent me this question for my next mailbag: Hi Dom, I’m sure that these are your least favorite type of questions to answer, but it’s incredibly useful to get a genuine scout’s perspective on the front officeContinue reading “When is a Mailbag Not a Mailbag?”
Has Hampus Lindholm Changed the Bruins Blue Line?
You bet he has. But you already knew that! Let’s begin by looking at some numbers prior to the arrival of Hampus Lindholm. While the analytics say that Matt Grzelcyk and Charlie McAvoy made a good pair for the Bruins (I am not denying they did) I always wondered whether McAvoy thought in the backContinue reading “Has Hampus Lindholm Changed the Bruins Blue Line?”