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Stanley Cup Final series squander will stick with this Bruins squad forever

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer The Game 7 4-1 loss of the Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden to the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night will not only leave a permanent scar on those who suited up in Black and Gold this season, it will leave a hole that they will never be able to fill, even if they are fortunate enough to...
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With the injury bug biting hard again, the Bruins best asset might just be behind their bench

By Kevin Flanagan           BSD Bruins Senior Writer As if the injury bug hadn’t gotten fat enough feasting on the Bruins this fall, it decided it would have another helping of defenseman Kevan Miller – who has a history of missing time with a myriad of maladies in his time with the Black and Gold – resulting in the club that general manager Don Sweeney added little...
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The strength of the Bruins rebuilt will be fortified or exposed over the next month or more

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer We’ve all heard or used the old axiom “I’d rather be lucky than good” at some point in our lives.  However, when it comes to the injury-riddled Boston Bruins early on this season, their luck has been nothing but bad and how good – and deep – they are as an organization is going to be tested over the...
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To start the season, the Bruins brass would be best served protecting Bergeron from himself

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer As Bruins fans will openly admit, last year’s surprising growth from a fringe playoff team to one to be reckoned with in the East was something not many who follow hockey thought was possible.  This time last year general manager Don Sweeney’s club that was attempting to rebuild on the fly was looked upon as a bubble team at...
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