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Coleman to the Lightning might just cost the Bruins in more ways than one with the trade deadline a week away

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

With the NHL’s trade deadline just a week away hockey’s silly season is about to get even goofier.

The Bruins primary competition for the Atlantic Division title – not to mention the hottest team on the planet and seemingly unbeatable since just before Christmas – the Tampa Bay...

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Talk of Sweeney sending a second round pick to Montreal for Kovalchuk is just plain silly

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

Heading towards the NHL trade deadline on February 24th – just over two weeks away – general manager Don Sweeney’s Bruins have been associated with several possible trade targets as the current league-leading club in points looks to make another run at the Stanley Cup this spring.

The Rangers’ Chris...

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With Cassidy still staging auditions up front, why is Studnicka not on the call list?

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

It’s amazing what a little time away from the office will do for one’s performance, eh?

Approaching the NHL’s bye week head coach Bruce Cassidy’s Bruins looked equal parts mentally and physically spent.  The team’s hot start to the season after a summer of second-guessing their performance on home ice...

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Backes’ end should be looked at as a beginning for the Bruins approaching the NHL trade deadline next month

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

By all accounts, you could search the hockey world from pillar to post and you wouldn’t find a single soul that would say a bad word about now soon to be former Bruins winger David Backes.  The 14-year veteran and former captain of the St. Louis Blues – where he was known as...

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