Charlie McAvoy Injury Update: Bruce Cassidy Hopeful That D-Man Avoided ConcussionOne Bruins player who didn't get to participate in much celebrating, though, was Charlie McAvoy. The defenseman was hustling back to try to break up a play late in the third period when he ended up sliding into the net and clipping his head on the post.
Charlie McAvoy, Bruins Agree To 3-Year DealThe Bruins have reached a 3-year contract with defenseman Charlie McAvoy.
Report: Charlie McAvoy Contract Talks With Bruins 'Will Heat Up' This WeekTraining camp opens for the Boston Bruins this week, and their leader in time on ice last year remains without a contract. That could change quickly, though,
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.
Torey Krug Admits Blues' Premature Stanley Cup Celebration Helped Motivate Bruins Before Game 6The world chuckled on Sunday when some premature Stanley Cup celebration from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch was accidentally made public. The Bruins didn't find it very funny.
Patrice Bergeron Delivered Rousing Pregame Speech For Bruins Before Game 6 In St. LouisThe veteran influence showed up Sunday night in St. Louis, both on the ice for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, and in the dressing room before the puck dropped. And it came from Patrice Bergeron.
Claiming Noel Acciari Embellished Is Moronic And Idiotic, And Other Leftover Bruins ThoughtsWith all due respect, opinions that Noel Acciari took a dive should be reserved for idiots only. (We said with all due respect.)
Poor Slot Coverage Dooms Bruins In Game 4 Loss To BluesThe Blues just applied too much pressure for Boston on this net, leading to a couple of breakdowns at critical moments. The Blues capitalized, and as a result, it's a whole new series.
Charlie McAvoy 'Fine' After Suffering Late Injury In Game 3 Vs. BluesDespite the visual of McAvoy limping off in pain, Bruins fans can breath a sigh of relief.
Torey Krug's Helmetless Hit Highlights Bruins' Defensive Dominance Over Blues In Game 1Rust? Forget about rust. Tuukka Rask could have cultivated a Spotify playlist, solved some Sudoku puzzles and perused Pinterest for a fettuccine alfredo recipe during the second period. He simply didn't have a whole lot of work to do.
Bruins Rally From Two-Goal Deficit To Take 1-0 Stanley Cup Final Lead Over BluesThe Boston Bruins have themselves a 1-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final.