Bruins Re-Sign Defenseman Steven Kampfer To 2-Year DealThe Boston Bruins have some business to take care of this offseason, especially on the blue line. The puck dropped on their offseason agenda Tuesday, as Boston signed defenseman Steven Kampfer to a two-year deal.
Bruins Pick 5 Players At 2019 NHL Draft, Highlighted By First-Round Pick John BeecherThe Boston Bruins added five new players over the weekend, drafting a quintet of 18-year-olds at the 2019 NHL Draft.
John Beecher Is Bruins' First Round Draft PickBoston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced Friday night that the team has selected forward John Beecher 30th overall in the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft.
Bruins To Open Season In Dallas, Host Devils For Home Opener On Oct. 12If it feels as though the Bruins' season just ended, that's because it did. Nevertheless, it's on to next year.
After Postseason Marred With Referee Gaffes, NHL Announces Series Of Rule ChangesThe league announced a series of rule changes on Thursday, clearly taking steps to fix some of the issues that marred the postseason league-wide.
Bruins Don Sweeney Named NHL General Manager Of The YearBoston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney was named the 2019 General Manager of the Year at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas Wednesday night.
Ryan O'Reilly Wins 2019 Selke Trophy; Patrice Bergeron Misses Out On Record Fifth WinRyan O'Reilly of the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues has won his first Selke Trophy as the NHL's top defensive forward.
Bruins Announce Six-Game Preseason Schedule For 2019-20 SeasonAfter a long postseason run that came up just one win short of a Stanley Cup title, Boston Bruins fans won't have to wait long to see their favorite team hit the ice again.
As Stanley Cup Final Losers, Bruins Will Be Fighting Against History In Quest For Cup Next SeasonWith the Bruins coming off a Cup-losing season and heading into the offseason, this is a worthwhile time to explore exactly how Cup Final-losing teams have fared in the seasons following their bitter ends.
In Addition To Broken Jaw, Zdeno Chara Played Through Elbow Injury That Now Requires SurgeryNot that many people were doing it before, but now there is definitely no way that anybody can ever question Zdeno Chara's toughness and commitment.
Sweeney: Bruins Don't Want To Trade Torey Krug, But Will Have To Listen To OffersSome forthcoming salary cap constraints could at least lead general manager Don Sweeney to keep his phone ringer on as Krug enters the final year of his contract.
What's Next For Bruins, And What Still Stings About Stanley Cup Final LossSo, with the book officially closed on the 2018-19 season and the Stanley Cup Final, it's worth looking ahead to what comes next for the Bruins, and also look back at what still stands out after some time of reflection.
Zdeno Chara Confirms He Had Multiple Fractures In Jaw During Stanley Cup FinalWe knew Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara played the final three games of the Stanley Cup Final with a broken jaw. But now that the postseason run is over, Chara revealed how broken his jaw actually was.
Zero Bruins Had A Good Game 7 And Other Leftover Stanley Cup ThoughtsThe Bruins lost Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. If you care to explore some aspects of that game, feel free to venture forward.
Not Quite Conn Smythe: Tuukka Rask Debate To Live On, Perhaps ForeverThe bar was too high to clear for anyone, including Tuukka Rask. It remains so.