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Cassidy has carried the club this far, it is up to Sweeney to make them true contenders going forward

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer When Bruce Cassidy took over for longtime Bruins head coach Claude Julien in early February of 2017, the team that calls TD Garden home was in peril.  Having failed to reach the playoffs the prior two seasons – and looking as if they were in danger of making it a hat-trick of early tee times in April – it...
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Krejci’s revival could pay dividends for the Bruins in both the short and long term

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer For the second year in a row, the Bruins have been racked by injuries to key players across their lineup.  And, once again, it seems as if they have been able to dodge several bullets – although it would be difficult to match the unexpected growth spurt they saw from unproven players like Jake DeBrusk, Danton Heinen, and Matt...
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Is Cassidy’s current coaching conundrum due to injuries, or Sweeney’s roster building – or lack thereof – this summer?

By Kevin Flanagan Bruins Senior Staff Writer What’s a coach to do? The Bruins bench boss Bruce Cassidy is facing quite a conundrum currently.  Even when his club was at their healthiest entering the season, he was still dealing with a considerable drop in production up front to follow what has been the best line in hockey over the last year – the most complete all-around center in...
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