Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs filed a case against the IRS in July, arguing that the team should be able to deduct pregame meals as business expenses. Here’s why the team actually has a strong case.
He played 70 games last season and his backup left for the riches of the KHL, but Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask isn’t worried about being overworked in the upcoming season.
Although they’ll clash as Atlantic Division rivals this season, Thornton lent Jimmy Hayes a word or two of advice.
A potential dilemma for Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney will be how to retain the services of defenseman Torey Krug, who will be a restricted free agent again after playing this season his second straight one-year deal.
Jacobs’ reluctance didn’t cost the Bruins as much as it could have. But he should learn from it.
If the Winter Classic can bring out the best in the Bruins, both on New Year’s Day and in the time leading up to and after showdown with Montreal, it’ll be a boon for more than just the League and NBC’s coffers.
The Winter Classic is coming to the home of the New England Patriots.
Matt Kalman cleans out his Bruins Development camp notebook and takes a closer look at a few players who impressed on the ice.
Sean Kuraly used the Bruins’ development camp last week at Ristuccia Arena to introduce himself to his new organization and show off his improving skills.
With a track record that includes just eight goals scored in four NHL seasons and 14 games lost to three suspensions, forward Zac Rinaldo doesn’t strike many outside observers as someone who can realistically make the Bruins a better team this season.