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Forget the elf, Patrice on the shelf heading into the holidays would be best for him and the Bruins

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer

The fact that the St. Louis Blues – who had the worst record in the league as the calendar flipped a little under a year ago – are the reigning Stanley Cup Champions proves what hockey fans have known for decades.  As long as a team puts up enough points between October...

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Bruins fast start should help Cassidy with a slow burn approach to the regular season when it comes to his aging core

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer This just in, the 2019-20 edition of the Boston Bruins will be good.  After pulling an Alex Cora-esque approach to resting his top-end talent in training camp – with much better results so far – head coach Bruce Cassidy’s crew has posted a perfect 3-0 record on the first road trip of the season and his top line of...
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Cassidy’s biggest challenge this season might just be saving Bergeron from himself

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer With a scant 10 days remaining before the Bruins start the season for real on the road October 3rd against Tyler Seguin and the Stars in Dallas.  The most important piece to the Black and Gold’s ability to once again be in a position to make it back to the Stanley Cup Final next June is gingerly making his...
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