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Report: Vegas to take Bruins defenseman Colin Miller in expansion draft
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The Las Vegas Golden Knights have selected Bruins defenseman Colin Miller in the expansion draft, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman. It seemed like the two most likely candidates to be picked from the Bruins' unprotected list were Miller or Adam McQuaid, and now it appears that the Knights went with the younger, cheaper, more mobile Miller […]

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Bruins lose Colin Miller in expansion draft
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There remains some question as to which Boston Bruins player will end up getting selected by the Vegas Golden Knights in Wednesday’s NHL expansion draft in Las Vegas, but the high probability is that it will be a defenseman, either Adam McQuaid or Colin Miller. If Vegas does end up making the pick for the player to […]

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Bergeron makes Bruins history with fourth Selke Trophy
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Patrice Bergeron made hockey history on Wednesday night at the NHL Awards Show in easily the best moment of the evening for the Bruins. That’s right. Boston’s beloved No. 37 won the fourth Selke Trophy of his career at the NHL Awards presentation recognizing the standouts from the 2016-17 season, and in doing so Bergeron became only […]

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Haggerty: Loss of Colin Miller not a significant one for Bruins
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There will be some that will absolutely crucify the Bruins for losing Colin Miller in Wednesday night’s expansion draft, and rail against an asset that was lost for nothing. It could have been much worse for the Black and Gold as some teams were shipping first round picks to Vegas to shelter their own players from expansion […]

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How Patrice Bergeron won his record-tying fourth Selke Trophy
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Patrice Bergeron won his record-tying fourth Selke Trophy at the NHL Awards. Before fans could chew on the first batch of players named to the Vegas Golden Knights, Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron reclaimed the title of “the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game,” and made a little history in the […]

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Ian Thomsen: Could Gordon Hayward handle playing in Boston?
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Ian Thomsen discusses Jeff Goodman's comments regarding worrying that Gordon Hayward will not be able to handle Boston, and whether he agrees.

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Merloni: Trade for Thornburg looks like an 'absolute mess'
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The Red Sox have announced that Tyler Thornburg will be out the remainder of the season and Lou Merloni says that trade is not looking good for Boston

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Colin Miller, McQuaid, Beleskey highlight B's players left unprotected
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There’s little doubt that on some level things could potentially work between Ilya Kovalchuk and the Bruins. Who couldn’t use a big left wing who still has enough in the tank at 34 to put up 32 goals and 78 points in 60 games in the KHL last season? Or one who scored 37 goals […]

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Morning Skate: Blueshirts looking for help on blue line
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The Bruins haven’t officially parted ways with too many of their own impending free agents to this point in the process, but they will be breaking ties with fourth-line energy forward Zac Rinaldo. The winger was told this week that he won’t be back with the Bruins now that his contract is up, and Rinaldo […]

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What to expect this season from Celtics 2016 Draft class
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Kyle Draper, Kevin O'Connor and Tim Welsh discuss what to expect from the 2016 Draft class for the Boston Celtics.

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Tough guy Zac Rinaldo won't be returning to the Bruins
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The Bruins haven’t officially parted ways with too many of their own impending free agents to this point in the process, but they will be breaking ties with fourth-line energy forward Zac Rinaldo. The winger was told this week that he won’t be back with the Bruins now that his contract is up, and Rinaldo […]

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Would you rather Bruins pay Shattenkirk or Chara?
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The Bruins and Celtics both experienced a rarity for Boston sports this season: They finished without championships, yet their fanbases were mostly satisfied.  Neither the B’s nor the C’s entered the season expected to win titles. For the Bruins, it was to make the playoffs. For the Celtics, it was to be a conference finalist. Both […]

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