Boston Bruins Top-10 Prospect Rankings

All of the Boston Bruins prospects around the world are well into their 2022-2023 seasons and the sample size is enough to see if those players have improved in any specific areas of their games. To be considered a prospect they must be playing outside the National Hockey League, be under 24 years of ageContinue reading “Boston Bruins Top-10 Prospect Rankings”

Bruins Announce Rookie Camp Roster

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”

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?”

Boston Bruins Prospect Rankings 2022

The Stanley Cup has been awarded and we now head into the busy part of the offseason. The first buyout window opens today, the NHL Draft takes place Thursday and Friday and free agency begins on the 13th. Not to mention the Bruins need to hire a new coach. With the draft beginning Thursday, It’sContinue reading “Boston Bruins Prospect Rankings 2022”

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”

Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: April 10, 2022

The Boston Bruins dipped into the NCAA free agent well once again on Saturday when the team announced they had signed Georgi Merkulov to a three-year entry level contract beginning with the 2022-2023 season. Merkulov was a teammate of Mason Lohrei with Ohio State University during this season. He will join the Providence Bruins onContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: April 10, 2022”

The Providence Bruins are in for a Makeover

While we still have to complete the 2021-2022 regular season and playoffs, there is no denying that Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney and Assistant General Manager Evan Gold are looking to revamp their AHL affiliate roster, the Providence Bruins. Let’s start with the defence. Like the Six Million Dollar Man they are bigger, strongerContinue reading “The Providence Bruins are in for a Makeover”

Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: March 27, 2022

The Providence Bruins signed NCAA free agent defenceman Grant Gabriele to a one-year AHL contract, however, he will finish this season with Providence on an Amateur Tryout Agreement. Gabrielle was a teammate of Mason Lohrei with the Ohio State Buckeyes this season. The 6’2”. 195 pound right shooting blueliner will be part of the “replenishmentContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: March 27, 2022”

Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: March 20, 2022

I’m going to begin with a little Jack Studnicka versus Fabian Lysell comparison because I saw something on a Boston Bruins chat board that had me thinking: Do some people really think like this? A little background: There is a segment of fans that believe Lysell is untouchable and that he should not be traded.Continue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: March 20, 2022”

Wednesday Mailbag March 16, 2022

Mind Within via Twitter asks: Question – Great read Dom, can you explain the rankings ie you had him ranked 31st in the OHL which would be a 6th round pick. I know your referencing the other leagues but how do they slot? Answer – This is the article I wrote referenced in the question.Continue reading “Wednesday Mailbag March 16, 2022”