Boston Bruins

4th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    236 GF
  • Goals Against
    228 GA
  • Power Play %
    20.5 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    82.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    933 PIM
  • Why won’t the NHL close Coyotes’ salary cap loophole?
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    Why won’t the NHL close Coyotes’ salary cap loophole?

    Chicago Blackhawks’ Dave Bolland celebrates with the Stanley Cup after the Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of their NHL Stanley Cup Finals hockey series in Boston, Massachusetts, June 24, 2013. What if I told you that your team could have two Hall of Famers and a former Stanley Cup champion for $1.675 million in total combined salary? Granted, they have a combined cap hit of nearly $18 million, but that’s OK: Your team is basically laying on the salary cap floor, staring at the ceiling.

  • Krejci, Krug aim to be ready for Bruins opening night
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    Krejci, Krug aim to be ready for Bruins opening night

    Only two Bruins players spoke to the media following the team’s first informal captain’s practice at the new Warrior Ice Arena facility, and it happened to be the two key players coming back from offseason surgery. Torey Krug had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder shortly after last season was over, and David Krejci had hip surgery to take care of a lower body issue that had bothered him for each of the last two seasons. Both were on the ice on Monday morning along with John-Michael Liles, Adam McQuaid, Frank Vatrano and Noel Acciari, though Krejci hopped off the ice 15 minutes into the session once the skating drills started to ramp up. Similarly, Krug wasn’t taking any one-timers or winding up for slap shots while working with the puck during drills amidst a six month recovery window that’s expected to carry over into October.

  • Morning Skate: Rangers seem to be a strong candidate for Shattenkirk
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    Morning Skate: Rangers seem to be a strong candidate for Shattenkirk

    From now until the beginning of training camp, Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty is profiling players who will be on, or have a chance to be on, the 2016-17 Bruins. Today: Danton Heinen. Danton Heinen exploded into a high-profile prospect for the Bruins after finishing among the NCAA’s top scoring players a couple of years ago as a freshman along with a couple of guys named Jack Eichel and Dylan Larkin.  Since then, Heinen has continued to produce offense at the University of Denver and continued to create offense that leads to points. Now, the 21-year-old Heinen will be entering the professional arena for his first full season with the Bruins and he’ll be attempting to transition from the prospect