The Boston Bruins are used to having an imposing force leading the way on the defensive end, but are waking up Friday getting ready for life without their leader.
Things can change once agents and actual money get involved, but at least for now Hamilton doesn’t sound like a guy who’ll be holding the Bruins over a barrel in negotiations.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Adam Jones breaks down the Bruins’ 2-1 win over the Flyers with his Plus/Minus.
With the regular season set to begin on Causeway Street, here are five questions the new-look Bruins’ defense corps has to answer to make everyone forget Boychuk
Matt Kalman says the Johnny Boychuk trade leaves the Bruins defense in flux.
Bruins voice Dave Goucher joined Gresh & Zo to talk about a whole host of B’s topics.
The right side of the Bruins’ defense corps was rescued this season by the emergence of two inexperienced players who matured into key members of the NHL roster this season.
The Bruins’ season ended in failure, but the development of Dougie Hamilton is a major bright spot.
During their 4-2 win in Game 5, the Bruins proved that there’s nothing the same about their power play compared to past years.
Secondary scoring is meant to be secondary. Here’s a breakdown of the top-line, and the five things that can get them going in Game 4.