Training camp has officially begun, and the Boston Bruins’ first game of the preseason will be on Saturday, Sept. 24 against the Philadelphia Flyers in Philadelphia, followed by a game at home against the New York Rangers on Tuesday, Sept.
Wednesday marked the official start of training camp for the Boston Bruins for the 2022-23 season. General manager (GM) Don Sweeney and first-year coach Jim Montgomery met with the media and on-ice practices at Warrior Ice Arena are scheduled to begin Thursday.
Boston Bruins legend Zdeno Chara finally called it a career on Tuesday after 25 seasons in the NHL. His retirement has led to many tributes from around the hockey world, including from fellow Bruins legends in their own right.
High marks for a tall man. “Oh, here he goes again,” you say. “Another nostalgia piece.” That’s right, folks! When you hold the keys to the website, you can wax poetic about anything you want — you all remember Slovaktober, don’t you?
Better late than never! Like a kid waiting until the night before it’s due to start a book report (not that I ever did that), the Bruins kept us waiting, but finally released their plans for 2022 training camp.
The NHL world was shocked to learn that Boston Bruins legend Zdeno Chara was opting to retire after playing 24 seasons in the league. Chara made a name for himself as a dominating presence on the Bruins blue line, and helped them win their most recent Stanley Cup back in 2011.
Boston’s top young players participated in the annual NHL Prospects Challenge in Buffalo over the weekend, and a few notable names shined. Over the past weekend, the Boston Bruins sent several of its top prospects to Buffalo to participate in three games during the 2022 NHL Prospects Challenge.
Training camp is just around the corner. As players have returned to Boston from their offseason retreats, the buzz around the team has picked up. There is obvious excitement about the return of David Krejci by fans and his probable linemates, Taylor Hall, and David Pastrnak.
In this edition of Boston Bruins News & Rumors, Zdeno Chara took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to announce his retirement. In other news, David Pastrnak made it clear he wants to remain with the organization past this season.
In Boston, all eyes are on the Bruin’s negotiations with forward David Pastrnak. How the team fairs this coming season could play a major role in his decision to stick around and there is chatter that he’s not quite ready to sign, unsure of what the long-term vision for the franchise is.
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by Betway Sports Jake DeBrusk won’t say why he rescinded his trade request Ty Anderson: Boston Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk wouldn’t confirm or deny that the coaching change lead to him rescinding his trade request.
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by Betway Sports The top remaining UFAs Steven Ellis of The Hockey News: Looking at the top remaining unrestricted free agents that are still looking to sign a contract or a PTO.
Craig Smith and Mike Reilly could eventually become cap casualties for the Bruins Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins will need to move salary when players are ready to come off the LTIR.