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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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It is become painfully clear that the Bruins favorite color now is yellow

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

Prior to the duck parade celebrating the Bruins first Stanley Cup Championship in 39 years, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron did perhaps the worst karaoke version of Wiz Kalifa’s Black and Yellow for the million-plus B’s fans who were partying with the team in downtown Boston.

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So far the holiday season has been anything but jolly for the Bruins

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer

Certainly, the sky isn’t falling but the clouds are thickening on Causeway Street as Christmas rapidly approaches next Wednesday.  After beginning the season as if their hair was on fire – the Bruins were a remarkable 18-3-5 in October and November – head coach Bruce Cassidy’s bunch have had what you would describe...

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If not addressed by Sweeney, secondary scoring and lack of physicality will shorten any playoff run the Bruins hope to have next spring

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Bruins Senior Writer

As refreshing it may have been to some to see the Bruins break their first five-game losing streak under head coach Bruce Cassidy in Sunrise on Saturday night against a good Florida Panthers team, the road trip that ended in a barely half-full stadium for a franchise that would obviously better off being relocated...

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