Bruins 2015-16 Report Cards: DefensemenMatt Kalman hands out the 2015-16 final grades for Boston Bruins defensemen.
Bruins 2015-16 Report Cards: ForwardsMatt Kalman hands out the 2015-16 final grades for Boston Bruins forwards.
Beleskey, Krejci, Krug Undergo Successful Offseason SurgeriesA trio of Boston Bruins have undergone successful offseason surgeries, the team announced on Tuesday.
Bruins Land 14th Pick In 2016 NHL DraftFor the sixth time in franchise history, the Boston Bruins own the 14th overall pick in the upcoming draft.
Patrice Bergeron Named Finalist For Selke TrophyBruins forward Patrice Bergeron is once again a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy.
Kalman: Rask Has Motivation, Now Needs To Respond To Aid Bruins’ RebootAll athletes need motivation. Some require more prodding than others.
Neely: 'We've Got A Lot Of Work To Do This Offseason'The Bruins president joined Felger & Massarotti on Thursday afternoon to wrap up a disappointing season, one that ended with another late-season slump that left the team on the golf course for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Kalman: In Pursuit of Cup Contention Neely, Jacobs Should Be Willing To Endure More PainIf Neely and the Jacobs men are willing to be patient and endure a little more pain, and back up their words of faith in Sweeney with action, their glorious Cup-contender future might be realized.
Kalman: Another Year Playing For Julien Should Pay Off For PastrnakDown the road, we might look back at the non-displaced foot fracture that cost Bruins forward David Pastrnak 21 games this season as a positive.
Claude Julien On Sports Final: Ready For Challenge AheadBruins head coach Claude Julien joined Dan Roche on WBZ-TV's Sports Final, discussing the future of the team and how special it is to coach in Boston.
Mike In Woburn's Felger & Mazz In Context: Modify And DistortMike From Woburn has uncovered a new tactic used by Felger to explain the “negative” impact of Claude Julien of the Bruins.
In Keeping Julien, Sweeney Takes Accountability For 2015-16 SeasonIn bringing back Claude Julien, Bruins GM Don Sweeney is admitting he’s most at fault for the shortcomings that kept Boston from returning to the playoffs.

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