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Borderline Bruins would do best to focus on the future this February instead of squandering resources at the deadline

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer With a 4-2 win over a pitiful Kings team in Los Angeles on Saturday night, the Bruins won their fifth straight and vaulted – at least temporarily – over the Toronto Maple Leafs for second place in the Atlantic Division.  In doing so without top scorer David Pastrnak – who is out with a thumb injury that was sketchy,...
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Is too much sauce the reason that Pastrnak slipped? If it is up to the Bruins brass and team friendly beat writers, we will likely never know

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer You wouldn’t know it by the cone of silence that has been pulled down by the Bruins beat writers regarding David Pastrnak’s suspicious fall late Sunday night that resulted in a tendon injury to his left thumb, which was so significant, he needed to have surgery on it on Tuesday morning, but there are some questions that should be...
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Stating the obvious – B’s brass admits their top heavy team is in need of additional scoring

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer On Monday the Bruins brass – aka general manager Don Sweeney and team president Cam Neely – met with what seemed like a shoebox full of B’s fans, in the annual “State of the Bruins” gathering at TD Garden just two weeks before the NHL’s trade deadline on February 25th. And while it is about as likely that any news...
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Sixth Super Bowl victory should be Tom Brady’s swan song, but it won’t be

 By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Winning a sixth Super Bowl in your ninth appearance over 18 years at the age of 41 would be a storybook ending for almost anybody who has ever dreamed about playing quarterback in the National Football League growing up. Most mere mortals would look at this most historic run – and one that will never be even close to being approached...
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