CrossFit Could Make Difference In Khudobin’s Quest To Remain Bruins’ No. 2The puck was shot from below the goal line, closer to the corner than to the slot, and went off the back of Anton Khudobin’s helmet into the net to cut the Bruins’ lead 3-2 on Tuesday in a preseason game against the Detroit Red Wings at TD Garden.
Sweeney: Bruins Interested In Extension For Zdeno CharaDon Sweeney has expressed interest in signing 40-year-old captain Zdeno Chara to a contract extension.
Dolloff: Sweeney Wins With Pastrnak Deal, But What Took So Long?Why did David Pastrnak's camp take so long to cull an extra $4 million on the winger's extension?
Strong Camp Could Move Bruins Prospect DeBrusk From Sweeney's Discussions To Boston LineupIn a rare moment of transparency Thursday, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney acknowledged a hard truth about prospect Jake DeBrusk’s first pro season last year.
Don Sweeney In Email To Globe: 'Not Trading Pastrnak'Don Sweeney shot down the David Pastrnak trade rumors with three simple words.
Sweeney On Pastrnak Contract Talks: Not Much ProgressAt just 21 years old, winger David Pastrnak figures to be an important part of the Bruins' future. But as of now, the restricted free agent remains without a contract.
Bruins Betting Jay Leach Can Make Prospects Blossom, Despite Lack Of Head Coaching ExperienceAt this crucial point in development of some of the Bruins’ most important prospects who will determine the fate of the organization through the end of this decade, general manager Don Sweeney and executive director of player personnel John Ferguson Jr. have decided there’s no head coaching experience required to be the guy that will work closest with these vital players.
Bruins Sound Determined To Depend On Youth For Key RolesFor Don Sweeney and the Bruins, the kids look more and more like Plan A.
Kalman: RFA Talks Aside, Readiness Of Bruins' Prospects A Good Reason For Sweeney's Holding PatternNegotiations with restricted free agents David Pastrnak and Ryan Spooner have the Bruins in a bit of a holding pattern in terms of making more moves to improve his roster prior to training camp in September, general manager Don Sweeney said Sunday.
Sweeney’s Patience In Free Agency Shows Commitment To Plan But Also More Progressive PhilosophyDon Sweeney stayed true to his words from Friday and avoided getting into bidding wars for big-ticket items Saturday when NHL free agency started.
Kalman: Bruins Lose Miller For Nothing, But Lucic Trade Still Working OutColin Miller just didn’t fit in on the current roster, and he didn’t figure into the Bruins’ future plans.
Kalman: Sweeney Must Do His Best To Protect Bruins Defense Depth From KnightsBruins general manager Don Sweeney has focused a lot of attention on the defense core.