Boston Bruins

» Kirk's Call: B's take conservative approach on deadline day On a day when fans were hoping for a big splash at the NHL’s annual trade deadline, the general feeling towards the B's acquisitions was one of malaise.

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» Boston Bruins Draft Flashback: 2006 The Bruins franchise was in disarray at the conclusion of the 2005-06 hockey season and faced a crucial crossroads leading up to the entry draft.

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» Things falling into place for Bruins prospect Fallstrom Alexander Fallstrom just keeps getting better in his quest to earn a spot with the Boston Bruins.

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» Camara vying for 'Big, Bad Bruin' status Anthony Camara has become somewhat of a folk hero among hardcore B's fans who closely monitor the team's prospects.

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» Subban hits the right notes, prepares for pro challenge Although the numbers may not reflect it, Malcolm Subban had a positive impact at his first professional rookie tournament for the Boston Bruins last weekend.

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» Dempsey draws confidence from rookie tourney experience Mitch Dempsey, the penultimate pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, is excited about proving the Bruins were right in taking a chance on him.

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» B's rookies squander 4-0 lead in loss to Panthers The Boston Bruins rookies gave up five unanswered goals to drop their second contest of the rookie tournament.

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» Video: Knight, Khokhlachev impressing at B's rookie tourney NEHJ's Kirk Luedeke caught up with Jared Knight, Alex Khokhlachev and coach Bruce Cassidy.

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» Conn. native Adam Erne makes Bolts debut Adam Erne (North Branfield, Conn.) admittedly had butterflies going into the Lightning's rookie tournament opener against the Bruins.

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» 'Yoopers' Florek and Trotman aim to reach NHL together Fellow 2010 Bruins draftees Zach Trotman and Justin Florek are working together to one day realize their NHL dream.

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» Bruins rookies set to face off down in Sunshine State Here's a quick snapshot of some of the top competition the young B's will be facing during a rookie tournament in Florida.

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» Video: Bruins tie Lightning, 5-5, in rookie tourney opener Kirk Luedeke caught up with Ryan Spooner, Zach Trotman and coach Bruce Cassidy following the B's rookies 5-5 tie with the Bolts.

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» Boston Bruins Draft Flashback: 1979 To kick off a new series, Kirk Luedeke looks back at the most impactful draft in the history of the Black and Gold.

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» Kirk's Call: Bruins will embrace Iginla's talent, leadership Jarome Iginla brings instant credibility and leadership to a team that already enjoys a high level of league-wide success and respect.

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» How David Krejci became one of B's all-time best draft picks Bruins center David Krejci is merely carving in stone his reputation as a top postseason performer.

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» Kirk's Call: 'No doubting' Soderberg's talent NEHJ's Kirk Luedeke discussed the potential impact Carl Soderberg could have in Boston on The Sports Hub's The Adam Jones Show.

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» Source: Soderberg agrees to terms with Bruins Sources have indicated to NEHJ's Kirk Luedeke that Swedish forward Carl Soderberg has agreed to a three-year deal with the B's.

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» Analysis of the Bruins' Jagr, Redden deals Kirk Luedeke examines what the Bruins got and what they gave up in their pre-deadline trades.

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» Ask Kirk: Soderberg, Svedberg and other Bruins' futures We’re back with a second edition of the Twitter and Email Q & A focused on the Boston and Providence Bruins, the B’s amateur prospects, NCAA hockey, the 2013 NHL draft and pretty much anything hockey-related for New England.

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» Ask Kirk: B's trade targets, Kerby Rychel and stellar 'staches NEHJ's Kirk Luedeke is opening up his mailbag and answering all your questions about the Bruins, their prospects and much more.

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» Hammer Time: Hamilton hits the ground running with Bruins Kirk Luedeke takes a look at the Dougie Hamilton phenomenon and how the lockout helped play a big role in the superb start to his NHL career.

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» Hamilton, Spooner aim to impress at Bruins training camp With the return of the NHL around the corner, two young players are hoping to make the most of a condensed “training camp” schedule to make the Boston Bruins for the opening contest next weekend.

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» The story behind the Boston Bruins challenge coin Creator of the "jacket" and "chain" traditions, B's d-man Andrew Ference established a new team-bonding item this season: the challenge coin.

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» B's Lucic tunes out distractions Boston Bruins power winger Milan Lucic is no stranger to playoff controversy, having gone through what Nicklas Backstrom is dealing with.

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» Bruins look to take commanding lead back to Boston The B's have a chance to take a big lead in their best-of-seven series against the Capitals when the teams meet up for Game 4 Thursday.

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» Bruins never panicked, found way to win see-saw affair In a back-and-forth game that seemed destined for overtime, the Bruins knew what they had to do to win. Tim Thomas and Zdeno Chara helped make it happen.

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» Krejci confident line will have bigger impact in Game 3 Bruins center David Krejci expects the struggles of he and linemates Rich Peverley and Milan Lucic to come to an end soon.

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» Bruins sign Michigan State's Krug The B's continued their work on adding organizational depth, reportedly agreeing to terms with Michigan State University standout offensive defenseman Torey Krug.

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» No Stanley Cup hangover for Thomas If there was any concern that Tim Thomas might be a little sluggish out of the gate after his historic 2010-11 campaign, the veteran netminder has put the doubts to bed.

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» Peverley’s improbable NHL dream came true When a player goes undrafted and starts out his pro career in the ECHL, it isn’t a strong indicator of future big league hockey success. Yet in Rich Peverley’s case, the Boston Bruins winger turned a blazing set of wheels and old fashioned work ethic into an NHL job and Stanley Cup championship.

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» Recchi gets jacket, bids official farewell to NHL playing days When the Boston Bruins skated onto the TD Garden ice Thursday night with the Stanley Cup in captain Zdeno Chara’s arms, fans saw a familiar sight among the faces in the hockey phalanx: Mark Recchi

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» As training camp winds down, young B’s try to make mark One of the major challenges for any young prospect with NHL aspirations is beating out the veterans ahead of them on the depth chart for a spot on the team. When you factor in that the Boston Bruins are defending Stanley Cup champions, that challenge becomes even greater for those youngsters still with the club.

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» Knuble praises former Bruins teammates Bergeron, Thomas Mike Knuble is back for a third season with the Washington Capitals, but he embraces the chance to discuss his former club’s Stanley Cup championship and the only two of his Boston Bruins teammates still with the team: Patrice Bergeron and Tim Thomas.

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» Report: Veteran Chris Clark to attend Bruins training camp New York Newsday is reporting that veteran right wing Chris Clark (South Windsor, Conn.) has accepted an invitation to attend Boston Bruins training camp this month.

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» Report: Keith Gretzky to join Bruins organization The Sporting News’ Craig Custance tweeted Thursday that the Boston Bruins are in the process of hiring Keith Gretzky to the team’s scouting staff.

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