“When you’re in the playoff hunt at Thanksgiving, it seems like there’s not too much shuffling in the standings after that,” Smith said. “We’d obviously like to have a couple more points from this past weekend, but we’re still in that contention where we want to be.”
Bruins fans may soon get to see what the team’s top draft pick from this year looks like in a spoked B.
Could David Pastrnak bring his AHL dominance to the NHL soon? Joe Haggerty joins Toucher & Rich to discuss.
With the 2014-15 NHL season just a day away, the Boston Bruins’ opening night roster is beginning to take shape.
Peter Chiarelli simultaneously tamped down enthusiasm for the Czech Republic native making the NHL roster as an 18-year-old and left open the door that Pastrnak will both be with the team and among the top-six forwards.
We’re still more than a month away from the official start of Bruins training camp, but it’s never too early to start handicapping the battle for the open spot among Boston’s bottom six forwards.
CSNNE Bruins insider Joe Haggerty says first round pick David Pastrnak is the best player he’s seen in development camp since Tyler Seguin and that he has “the total package.” The guys discussed that, plus much more including Jordan Caron’s contract.
Peter Chiarelli didn’t rule out the possibility of David Pastrnak making the Bruins’ roster. He also warned not to put the cart before the horse.
David Pastrnak expects to be starstruck when sharing the ice with his idol, David Krejci.
NESN analyst Billy Jaffe appeared in studio Monday morning to talk Bruins offseason.