We’re three days away from the 2023 NHL Trade Deadline; will it be a busy one or a dud? That, Boston Bruins and NHL news: Boston Bruins Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has built arguably the deepest team in the NHL, Once again, that depth was on display in a 3-2 win over Connor McDavid (2g), and the Edmonton Oilers on Monday night.
Here are the Talking Points from the Boston Bruins 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Monday night at Rogers Place as they improved to 46-8-5. GOLD STAR: The Boston Bruins depth was the big star in this one.
The Boston Bruins were one of the many teams linked to Ivan Barbashev before his eventual trade to the Vegas Golden Knights. Therefore, it seems realistic that the Bruins could look to add one more forward before the deadline.
Goalie goals are great, game winners are better. Last week was one of those weeks where it felt like Boston was the center of the NHL universe. We saw a huge trade and Linus Ullmark’s goalie goal, mixed in with that was an undefeated week for the Boston Bruins.
The Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals apparently jump-started the NHL trade market with their multi-player deal last this past Thursday. Since then there were nine NHL trades completed leaving some wondering if NHL Trade Deadline Day on Friday will be a dud.
A year and a half ago things were looking pretty bleak for Jake DeBrusk. The 2015 first-round draft pick, who was projected to become a 30-goal scorer in the NHL someday, had lost his touch and was even a healthy scratch on more than one occasion.
Patrick Kane continued to dominate NHL trade talk as the Blackhawks and Rangers closed in on a deal Saturday night. The Boston Bruins, and more specifically, Linus Ullmark continued to make history in a 3-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night.
Hampus Lindholm and Brad Marchand scored first-period goals to help the Boston Bruins edge the host Vancouver Canucks 3-1 on Saturday night. Linus Ullmark stopped 26 of the 27 shots he faced and capped Boston's sixth consecutive win with an empty-net goal from just outside his own crease in the final minute of regulation.
The Bruins and Avalanche have swapped depth players as Colorado has traded forward Shane Bowers to Boston in exchange for goaltender Keith Kinkaid. Both teams have announced the move and have confirmed that the players have been sent down to their respective minor league clubs.
Benn has played in 12 games for Toronto this season, picking up a goal and an assist in less than 16 minutes per night while chipping in with 29 blocked shots and 32 hits. As for Lettieri, he was recalled by the Bruins at the end of January but landed on injured reserve one day later without suiting up.
As the NHL playoffs approach, many hockey fans are turning their attention to Stanley Cup futures betting. This popular form of betting allows fans to wager on which team they think will win the Stanley Cup at the season’s end, well before the actual playoffs.