The postseason run didn’t last long for the Providence Bruins, but at least the Boston Bruins’ American Hockey League farm team earned bragging rights on the parent club just by qualifying for the playoffs.
Here are three positive and three negative takeaways from the season.
So, the Boston Bruins are still alive. And surprisingly enough, they’re sitting somewhat pretty.
David Krejci took part in his first full practice since suffering a knee injury last month, and will accompany the Bruins on their upcoming three-game road trip.
The NHL no longer has any excuse for the shootout — not after what took place in Boston on Thursday night.
Ryan Spooner and David Pastrnak have given something the Bruins they didn’t have before, says Joe Haggerty.
The trio of David Pastrnak, Ryan Spooner and Brian Ferlin are providing much-needed enthusiasm for a struggling Boston Bruins squad.
The Boston Bruins are keeping teenage forward David Pastrnak up with the big club, thus using up the first year of his entry level contract.
One newcomer who’s played a major role in the turnaround has been 18-year-old David Pastrnak, the talented Czech whom the Bruins drafted in the first round of the 2014 draft.
The B’s are playing better and appear to have turned a corner, but Joe Haggerty believes the team still needs to make some additions by the trade deadline.