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Loss to Caps shows that the Bruins lack the size to play with the big boys in the spring

By Kevin Flanagan           BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Sometimes, reality bites. And such was the case in the Bruins 4-2 defeat against the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals at TD Garden on Thursday night. Approaching as close to full health as they have been in a dog’s age – only the chronically tardy Charlie McAvoy was missing from the B’s best lineup – the team that calls...
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Following their 112 point season last year, the heat is only getting higher on the Bruins brass this summer

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Now that the Stanley Cup has finally found it’s way to Washington, D.C. after 44 years since the Capitals came into the league in 1974, the heavy lifting for the other 30 clubs who came up short in their chase for Lord Stanley’s challis begins.  And nowhere may there be more to lift or higher expectations to fill than...
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Rebuilding Bruins experiencing expected growing pains

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer As currently constituted, the Bruins are the equivalent of a house undergoing a total renovation. While one wing of the home is neat and tidy, the rest is…well, a work in progress. Due to the injuries to three guys who would normally be looked to on a nightly basis to give a solid workload – David Krejci, David...
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