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Chara Leads the Way in Win Over Coyotes

B's Captain takes control to end two-game skid

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

GLENDALE, Ariz. - David Pastrnak found out the hard way that Zdeno Chara was going to be a force to be reckoned with on Saturday night.

With the Bruins trailing by a goal late in the first period, Pastrnak parked himself at the top of the crease. When a sizzling Chara one-timer came buzzing toward the net, there was little time for the winger to avoid it.

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DeBrusk's Debut Was One to Remember

Winger scored first NHL goal with his family in the stands

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - As he counted down the hours until his NHL debut, Jake DeBrusk took a moment to remember all that he has gone through to get to this point.

He remembered the times he was cut. And all the times he had to take a step back and start again. And all the other adversity that presented itself during the course of his journey to the National Hockey League.

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Bruins Take to Social Media on Fourth of July

Americans show their pride in posts on Twitter and Instagram

by Chris Weyant @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - While Bruins players may be spread across the globe enjoying their summer break, some of them took to social media to celebrate Independence Day - and even take a few shots at their fellow teammates.

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With Youth on Horizon, Sweeney Taking Patient Approach to Free Agency

Bruins GM believes several young forwards can compete for jobs this fall

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - One of Don Sweeney's chief obligations to the Boston Bruins is always keeping an eye towards the future. Putting the organization in the best position to succeed moving forward is the general manager's top priority.

With that in mind, the Bruins have stockpiled draft picks over the last several years that have begun, or are on the verge of, contributing at the NHL level.

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A Look at the Bruins in the Hockey Hall of Fame

Additions of Jacobs, Recchi, Andreychuk bring Boston's total to 57

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BostonBruins.com - The hefty contingent of Boston Bruins in the Hockey Hall of Fame grew by three this week with the announcement that owner Jeremy Jacobs, 2011 Stanley Cup champion Mark Recchi, and former forward Dave Andreychuk were having the sport's highest honor bestowed upon them.

The trio will be joining 54 fellow Bruins when they are inducted into the Hall in Toronto during a ceremony on Nov. 13. Jacobs becomes the sixth member of the Bruins to be inducted into the "Builder" category, while Recchi and Andreychuk become the 50th and 51st Bruins players to enter the Hall of Fame. This class marks the first since 1971 (Harvery 'Busher' Jackson, Terry Sawchuk, Ralph 'Cooney' Weiland) to include at least three Bruins.

Here's a look at every Boston Bruin in the Hockey Hall of Fame:

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Acciari's Style a Natural Fit for Bruins

Forward's passion, commitment have endeared him to Boston fanbase

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - Noel Acciari is quite familiar with the history of the Boston Bruins. The 25-year-old grew up in Johnston, R.I., as a fan of the Black & Gold, with a special appreciation for the organization's rich history and tradition.

The way the team played, particularly during his youth, appealed to him greatly. As a teenager, Acciari watched as Boston surged to its first Stanley Cup title in 39 years in 2011 and drew inspiration from the passion and commitment with which that group played en route to hoisting hockey's holy grail.

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10 Bruins Games to Circle on Your Calendars in 2017-18

Inaugural tilts with Vegas are among the highlights

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - Start marking up your calendar.

The National Hockey League announced on Thursday the 2017-18 regular season schedule. On Wednesday, it was revealed that the Bruins would open the season on Oct. 5, at home against the defending Western Conference champion Nashville Predators.

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Bergeron Humbled by Fourth Selke

Bruins alternate captain ties Bob Gainey with fourth Selke win

by Caryn Switaj @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

LAS VEGAS - Patrice Bergeron is often soft-spoken, but he's not often speechless.

 

On Wednesday night at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas, Bergeron was finding it hard to adequately describe how special the evening had been for him. 

 

The Bruins alternate captain had just won his fourth Frank J. Selke Trophy, tying Hall of Famer Bob Gainey for the most Selke wins in league history. 

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The Evolution of the Boston Bruins Sweater

Take a look back at the history of the B's uniform

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - When the Bruins take the ice this fall they'll be doing so with a bit of a different look - although one only the savviest of fans may recognize.

On Tuesday night, the National Hockey League and adidas debuted their partnership by unveiling the league's new ADIZERO jerseys in Las Vegas. The Black & Gold's new threads contain only subtle variations from the sweaters they have worn since 2007, when Reebok took over the NHL's uniform design.

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Need to Know: NHL Expansion Draft

Vegas Golden Knights will craft team on Wednesday night

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - The National Hockey League is set to embark on an adventure unseen in nearly 20 years. With the addition of the Vegas Golden Knights as the league's 31st franchise, an expansion draft will be held for the first time since 2000 on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, in conjunction with the 2017 NHL Awards (8 ET, NBCSN).

Each team will lose one player to the Golden Knights, as Vegas general manager George McPhee crafts his club.

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