Haggs: 'Really Good Signs' That Bruins Will Lock Up Marchand Long-TermBrad Marchand is entering the final year of his contract, and the Bruins forward is poised for a big payday in the near future.
Bruins' Trent Frederic Blocking Out Draft CriticsSo far, Trent Frederic hasn’t let any of the criticism of the Bruins or the rhetoric about his game affect his excitement about getting drafted.
Kalman: Bruins Prospect Jakub Zboril Making Strides In Right DirectionIt was almost a case of déjà vu for Bruins prospect Jakub Zboril leading up to development camp last week.
Kalman: Sweeney Putting A Lot Of Faith In New P-Bruins Head Coach Kevin DeanThere’s no one more excited about the Bruins’ upcoming pool of prospects than Kevin Dean because Monday the former NHL defenseman was named the new head coach for the Providence farm club in the American Hockey League.
If Patience Is Bruins Plan, Don Sweeney Should Practice What He's PreachingIf Sweeney and the Bruins commit to a focus of about 75-80 percent on the future and 20-25 percent on the present, this plan to make the Bruins into an elite team again could pay off as soon as 2018-19.
Kalman: Matt Grzelcyk Has Already Shown Loyalty, Brought Leadership To Bruins OrganizationMatt Grzelcyk knows loyalty.
Bruins On Jimmy Vesey's Short ListThere's a short list of teams Jimmy Vesey is interested in signing with, and his hometown Boston Bruins are on it.
Kalman: Bruins First-Round Pick McAvoy Could Be Next 'Baby-Faced Assassin'The defenseman, who finished up his freshman season last year at Boston University as the youngest player in NCAA hockey, sports a Beaver Cleaver face.
Kalman: Malcolm Subban's Progression Slow, Still On TargetMalcolm Subban’s progression from 2012 first-round draft pick to NHL-ready goaltender had been slow and steady but still on target when last February it took a shot to the throat, literally.
5 Bruins To Watch At Development CampThe Bruins may be looking at which prospects will have a chance to crack the NHL roster in the fall at this week's development camp.
Kalman: Chris Kelly, A Perfect Bruin In Many Ways, Will Be MissedDespite his mannerly ways, Kelly wound up being a perfect fit for the “Big Bad Bruins 2.0” of the early part of this decade and he was a key cog in a team that won the Stanley Cup and a second that went to the Finals.
Kalman: Backes Signing Maintains Bruins Flexibility, Now They Need To Maintain PatienceCenter David Backes knew exactly why he was interested in signing with the Bruins.

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