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.
At least one player who has spent the bulk of his time at a level below the NHL is going to have to graduate to the parent club this fall.
The rich got richer when the Bruins shifted Carl Soderberg to center.
The Bruins are not in need of a major overhaul — just some minor tweaks. But how do you do that? They may have the answers already down in Providence.
Playoff hockey is back in Boston! Bob Beers joined Gresh & Zo Friday, and he’s excited to see what Jarome Iginla is going to unleash tonight.
Not since P. J. Axelsson became a salary cap casualty and deserted the NHL for his homeland after the 2008-09 season had a Swede pulled on a Bruins sweater before Carl Soderberg put an end to everyone’s anticipation and joined the Bruins late last season.
The Boston Bruins have recalled forward Ryan Spooner from the Providence Bruins on an emergency basis.
The Bruins activated Chris Kelly off IR and sent Ryan Spooner back to the AHL on Tuesday.
Kirk Luedeke of The Red Line Report and The New England Hockey Journal joins Adam to break down how the young Bruins have been so successful this season.
It was early in the third period Thursday night when Ryan Spooner really learned what it takes to become a regular in the NHL.