Brad Marchand isn’t a very big fan of Tomas Plekanec. When Marchand was asked which NHL player irritates him the most, he quickly responded with the name of the Montreal forward.
Via CSNNE.com, here is Marchand’s full answer:
“There are a few guys out there that really irritate. Tomas Plekanec from Montreal…I hate him. I can’t stand him. No, I probably shouldn’t say...
Brad Marchand’s style of play as an agitator and someone who constantly gets under the opponent’s skin makes him difficult to play against.
The Boston Bruins winger was in his home province of Nova Scotia on Tuesday night and attended the 2014 Phoenix House Champs for Change dinner.
He fielded some questions, and one of them asked him to answer which players in the NHL irritate...
Claude Julien knows a good thing when he sees it.
Julien, 54, has made three stops in his NHL coaching career, but it’s clear his seven-year run with the Boston Bruins has been his best and most successful, and the one he’ll be associated with someday when his career come to an end. After all he’s made the playoffs all seven seasons while helping to turn around a Black and...
Well the Bruins may not be too busy singing players to improve their roster at least they are trying to improve their coaching staff.
It'll be a disgusting muggy day today in Boston, it actually already is, so how about some ice hockey to cool your morning down and make it more bearable? Well here is the news from around the NHL and locally. Boston Bruins News:- Have you ever thought to yourself, "man, I wish I knew what Kevan Millers work out routine was like". Of course you did. Now, you can find...
Position: Right/Left Wing
Height/Weight: 6’-0”/170 pounds
Drafted: First Round (25th overall) in 2014
Contract: 3-year/$925,000, entry-level
Strengths: Puck handling, passing, agility, shooting
While looking at the highlights of David Pastrnak the first thing that pops off the screen is the 18-year-old’s excellent stick handling...
The Boston Bruins had the third-best best power play in the NHL last season, and it became a weapon that helped propel the team to the top record in the league.
The 2013-14 campaign marked the first time Boston had a top-five power play since 2008-09, which also was the last full year of Marc Savard’s career.
After an abysmal year with the man advantage in the lockout-shortened...
Kevan Miller works harder than most NHL players to stay in shape and improve his game during the summer months.
As a native of Southern California, the 26-year-old defenseman returned to the Los Angeles area following the Bruins’ exit from the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Miller made his NHL debut last season and became a regular on the B’s blue line, tallying six points (one goal...
The Boston Bruins on Thursday re-signed defenseman David Warsofsky to a one-year, two-way contract that the team said is worth $600,000 at the NHL level.
Warsofsky, 24, appeared in six games for Boston during the 2013-14 season, scoring his first NHL goal against the Ottawa Senators on Dec. 28, 2013. He finished had one goal, two points and a plus-1 rating in the NHL.
The Boston Bruins haven't made much of a splash this offseason, with some fans wondering about the quality of a team that grossly underachieved in the playoffs last year. Apparently the NHL's national television schedule does not reflect such a concern.
The expectation is that things will be quiet on the trade front for the Bruins for at least a couple more months.
The big news will be press releases such as Friday afternoon's when the Black and Gold trumpeted the re-signing of Jordan Caron, Justin Florek and Zach Trotman among other to short-term contracts. Those are all necessary transactions and useful players, but a two...
from Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe,
... Still, nine is too many. Seidenberg is healthy, and so is the injury-prone McQuaid. Miller will be fighting to retain his spot, as will Bartkowski and McQuaid. And Warsofsky, whose skills and size are a duplicate of Krug’s, is likely No. 9 in the field, but will be trying to prove himself.
“I think David’s ready to play...
The Boston Bruins announced six transactions on Friday, with the signings of Jordan Caron, Tommy Cross, Craig Cunningham, Tyler Randell, Zach Trotman, and Justin Florek becoming official.
It has been two weeks since NHL free agency began and most of the top players who were on the market have already been signed, including former Boston Bruin Jarome Iginla, who inked a three year, $16-million contract with the Colorado Avalanche. The Bruins had less significant free agent departures as well, including tough-guy Shawn Thornton and backup goalie Chad Johnson. Despite...
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The Boston Bruins and defenseman Matt Bartkowski have agreed on a one-year, $1.25 million deal, reports TSN. With the deal, the Bruins and restricted free agent Bartkowski avoid arbitration. Bartkowski, 26, had 18 assists in 64 games for the Bruins last season and one assist in eight Stanley Cup Playoff games Boston still has to re-sign entry level free agents Torey Krug and Reilly...