Wednesday Mailbag November 23, 2022

These mailbags are always so much fun. I don’t pretend to have all the answers, but I enjoy sharing my opinion. @bruinscoverage via Twitter asks: Despite this Bruins team looking really good, would you say that there needs to be a trade or two to help strengthen it? Especially since we need to be atContinue reading “Wednesday Mailbag November 23, 2022”

The Road to the NHL Takes Many Turns

Last week for my Wednesday Mailbag, the following question was raised: To give that the answer it deserves, it couldn’t come in the form of a paragraph in a question-and-answer format that is my Wednesday Mailbag. Instead, I informed Mike, I would give it the answer it deserves here. And here we are. The pathContinue reading “The Road to the NHL Takes Many Turns”

Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: November 6, 2022

On October 30, Guelph Storm Center Matthew Poitras, the Bruins second round pick at the 2022 National Hockey League Entry Draft was suspended for three games by the Ontario Hockey League for a slew foot. It was Poitras’ second suspension for the same infraction in a week – the fifth to an OHL player inContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: November 6, 2022”

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

As you probably know by now, the Boston Bruins traded Jack Studnicka to the Vancouver Canucks for Goaltender Michael DiPietro and Defenceman Jonathan Myrenberg. My focus this week is on the right shot blueliner and what we can expect. Yes, he was a former fifth round selection – 140th overall – at the 2021 NHLContinue reading “Boston Bruins Monday Morning Prospect Update Week Ending: October 20, 2022”

A Look at the Bruins Depth Charts: Goaltending

The draft is over. The bulk of free agency is over. The Bruins made a trade, signed some unrestricted free agents and also walked away from some players. So, what does the Bruins depth look like now? Today, we begin a series exploring all the positions beginning with the goaltenders. In the next couple ofContinue reading “A Look at the Bruins Depth Charts: Goaltending”

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”

Fabian Lysell to Boston? Hold Your Horses!

When Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney was asked whether Vancouver Giants Right Winger and Bruins Prospect Fabian Lysell could join the Providence Bruins following his Western Hockey League season, the GM responded with eleven words that sent Bruins fans scrambling to social media. It took Sweeney 3.35 seconds to utter theses words: “He couldContinue reading “Fabian Lysell to Boston? Hold Your Horses!”

WEDNESDAYS MAILBAG DECEMBER 8

Colin Stead via Twitter asks Question – Do you think signing Ullmark to a hefty contract was a good idea if they bring Tuukka back for the stretch run? Answer – Yes, I do. I know that almost everyone reading here is sitting at home on their sofa reading and thinking the exact opposite. ButContinue reading “WEDNESDAYS MAILBAG DECEMBER 8”

BOSTON BRUINS MONDAY MORNING PROSPECT UPDATE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 14, 2021

This week, although a little early, I have done my top-10 Boston Bruins prospects. I am certain that the list will raise some eyebrows as well as some negativity, but it was based on many different things and not just throwing a list together, some real though went into this list as you will seeContinue reading “BOSTON BRUINS MONDAY MORNING PROSPECT UPDATE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 14, 2021”

WEDNESDAY MAILBAG NOVEMBER 10 2022

Randy via email asks: My question relates to the B’s defence. My concern is lack of physicality other than Charlie. Nice to see Brandon step up with some solid hits last game. Teams are not intimidated in our zone. Reilly and especially Grzelcyk really worry me. Not so much in regular season but come playoffContinue reading “WEDNESDAY MAILBAG NOVEMBER 10 2022”