The NHL's most historic rivals will step onto a bigger stage -- Gillette Stadium -- on New Year's Day for the 2015 Winter Classic.
While lamenting the departure of fellow Cup champs from 2011, Patrice Bergeron sounds excited about the altered Boston Bruins roster set to start training camp in September.
Joe Haggerty answers your questions in his newest Hagg Bag, and he says not to expect Cody Franson or Dustin Byfuglien in Boston anytime soon.
3yBruins assistant general manager Don Sweeney didnt hesitate in dropping a Ray Whitney parallel to Bruins fifth round pick Seth Griffith after watching the first couple days of Bruins Development Camp at Ristuccia Arena.
3yTommy Cross helped BC to a pair of NCAA championships, and now the Bruins are hoping that the 6-foot-3, 195-pound bruiser develops that same winning aura in the pros as he did in college.
3yOther than a handful of prospects, dont expect many of the rest of the 22 players at Bruins development camp to compete for roster spots on the NHL club.
3yTorey Krug got a taste of the NHL last season and now he wants more.
3yIf you're expecting the Bruins to make a big splash or pick up a flashy free agent, you're going to be sorely disappointed.
3yFinally some clarity about the Khokhlachev situation today, the Bruins 2011 second round pick will play for the KHLs Spartak club this coming season, and then will return back to the Bruins organization the following season.
3yTuukka Rask has long been considered the next big thing in net for the Bruins. With Tim Thomas seemingly gone, Rask gets his chance to shine with a one-year deal to prove himself worthy.