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Bubble burst – the Cup contending core for the Bruins have met a bitter end

By Kevin Flanagan

A little over 15 months ago, the Bruins were 60 minutes away from lifting the Stanley Cup on Causeway Street for the first time since some guy named Bobby Orr scored his famous flying goal in the real Boston Garden on Mother's Day in 1970.

Just about five months ago, the oddsmakers had head...

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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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Failure to add depth at forward is once again proving to be the Bruins biggest flaw

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer The sky might not be falling on the Bruins who at 5-1-1 find themselves only two points behind the Atlantic Division leading Buffalo Sabres with a game in hand.  However, anyone who does not recognize the ominous storm clouds that are gathering on the horizon for head coach Bruce Cassidy’s club is simply fooling themselves. Following the 4-3 shootout loss at the...
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Unlike last spring, anything other than a deep Cup run by the Bruins should be viewed as a disappointment

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Some 18 months ago when the Bruins started training camp preparing for the 2017-18 season, the thought that the team general manager Don Sweeney was attempting to rebuild on the fly had as good a chance of becoming a real threat to win the Stanley Cup was pretty much the equivalent of my hopes of adding to the local...
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