After focusing on talented offensive defenseman Anthony Deangelo last time, we decided to move the search back up front. DOY didn’t travel far, either, settling on Deangelo’s talented and equally enigmatic teammate, Nikolai Goldobin. Nikolai Goldobin, RW 5’11”, 180 lbs Sarnia, OHL ISS Ranking: 26 Goldobin’s profile matches that of the other […]
The Chad “Hi I’m Chad Johnson” Johnson era has ended. The Boston Bruins have announced that they’ve signed Niklas Svedberg to a one-year, one way contract. In short, it means he’ll be Tuukka Rask’s backup next season and Johnson is hitting the unemployment line. For Providence Svedberg had a 25-15-4 record with a 2.63 goals against […]
The Bruins have officially released their preseason schedule starting on September 23 in Montreal. I wonder if Milan Lucic will fucking kill anyone? Here’s the complete schedule 9/23 at MTL – 7:30pm 9/24 vs. WSH – 7:00pm 9/26 at WSH – 7:00pm 9/27 at DET – 7:00pm 9/30 vs. NYI – 7:00pm 10/3 vs. NYI […]
If you haven’t heard, the Boston Garden is getting renovated this summer and TD Garden social media team decided to present us with what might be the most boring infographics of all time. Ok, here it is. HASHING MARKS> ZOMG! But wait! There’s more! Do you really want to eat Garden Mexican food and then […]
The master of the power play, and I say that with so much sarcasm dripping from it you should get yourself an umbrella, has resigned and is apparently heading to Germany. From our friends at Pro Hockey Talk: Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced Geoff Ward has resigned from his position with the team and has taken […]
Now that our healing has begun…and Pez has shown us that it’s ok to love (and write) again… it’s time to continue examining the B’s potential first round draft prospects. If there’s anything that we learned from Dennis Seidenberg’s knee injury this past year, it’s that German efficiency extends even to the ability to heal […]
Welcome one and all to the second annual “Pez Plays Armchair GM”, which is one of my favorite posts to write. I’m not even going to preface anything, lets just get into it. Note: Capgeek does not count the Iginla bonus against the Bruins cap. To counteract this, I subtracted the $4.2M that Iginla earned […]
Yesterday we told you that Shawn Thornton was done as a Boston Bruin. Instead of our normal Photoshop Eulogy where we display our favorite photoshops of the Boston Bruin leaving the team, we kicked it up a notch. There is no question that we have a huge bromance with Shawn Thornton. We don’t hide it […]
Ugh. It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that the Bruins were looking to get younger and by doing that you have to get rid of the “old guard”. With Shawn Thornton becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason, many believed Thornton would be done in Boston. Today, GM Peter Chiarelli basically confirmed it. Check […]
“Another day, another draft pick that would be a good fit for the Boston Bruins if the 2014 NHL Draft just so happens to transpire in an advantageous way that would greatly benefit the hockey club.” – Bo Jackson We continue down the draft road to Philadelphia by making a stop BEHIND THE (former) […]
Wow! What a series, right? The hockey world was shocked to see the Kings prevail in 5 games to win the Stanley Cup against the New York Rangers! Ugh…No. Despite multiple overtime games, the series was pretty boring and uneventful, and almost everyone’s prediction of domination from the west came to fruition. Gary Bettman’s wet […]
Are you fucking dicking me Jimmy Murphy? Per NHL source: Bruins & Sharks discussing possible Brad Marchand & Patrick Marleau trade. My latest Murph’s Musings: http://t.co/oXMoNPkfjC — Jimmy Murphy (@MurphysLaw74)
The Boston Bruins have signed defenseman Linus Arnesson to an entry-level contract. Word that this happened came out a few days ago, but the Boston Bruins have made it official. They’ve been too busy pushing #NHL15Bergeron that they forgot about player signing news. From the Bruins press release: In the 2013-14 campaign, Arnesson skated in 44 […]
Behind the B isn’t the greatest hockey show we’ve ever seen. It’s definitely a watered down version of 24/7, but it does have its moments. Take in point the most recent episode in which PK Subban decides to go for Bergeron’s head twice.
It’s cool, yo, because he apologies for mistaking him for Marchand. Because going after Marchand’s head is perfectly legit and not at all a cheap shot.
@JustinDOY because it's Marchand…probably the same thought process Neal had when he skated his knee into his head.
— Jillian Murphy (@jmurphx11) May 27, 2014
The other night Montreal’s Brandan Prust nailed Rangers’ Derek Stepan with an egregious late hit to the head, which for Boston fans feels all too familiar. Awful. Stepan got a broken jaw for this and is out for who knows how long. Meanwhile Prust got a mere two games. Related: Dan Carcillo (who’s a piece of […]