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.
2yThe NHL lockout is set to happen at midnight on Saturday night. It doesn't appear like the sides are close, and much time could be missed. When it finally returns, will you return with it?
2yTyler Seguin could be taking his talents south . . . to Providence. The young Bruins star is eligible to play for the P-Bruins if he chooses to, but he could also choose overseas.
2yAccording to TSNs Darren Dreger, Bruins Principal Owner Jeremy Jacobs, the senior member of the NHL Board of Governors, made the motion on Thursday afternoon for a unanimous vote from league ownership to support a lockout expected to begin on Sunday.
2yJoe Haggerty has all the interesting links from around the hockey world, including an interview with Bobby Orr, more lockout news, and those annoying Vancouver Canucks.
2yDavid Krejci is a gifted scorer but one of the knocks on him by critics is that he "floats" or "coasts" during the regular season, only to turn it on when it really matters. Krejci has something to say about that.
2yBoston placed Jamie Tardif, Trent Whitfield, Garnet Exelby, and Christian Hanson on waivers for the purpose of sending them to the AHL.
2yAccording to a player who attended the early-afternoon negotiating session, the league's counterproposal isn't much different than its last offer.