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Bruins prospect Warsofsky aims to force his way into NHL

David Warsofsky played in six games with the Boston Bruins in 2013-14 and the 24-year-old defenseman hopes to spend a lot more time than that with the club next season. 198 more words

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Report: Bruins re-sign Trotman to two-year, $1.25M deal

The Boston Bruins have reportedly agreed to terms with one of their promising young defensemen.

Zach Trotman, who made his NHL debut last season following the injury to Dennis Seidenberg, has agreed to a two-year deal worth $1.25 million overall — good for a $625,000 cap hit at the big league level — … 150 more words

Bruins' Bartkowski calls trade rumors a 'hindrance'

If you’re familiar with Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Bartkowski it’s because you’ve either seen him in the playoffs against the Montreal Canadiens or you were paying attention to… 259 more words

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The Bruins have too many d-men -- who will they trade?

Good news, Red Wings fans. We came up with a right-shooting defenseman that Detroit general manager Ken Holland could target in a trade.

Johnny Boychuk of the Boston Bruins! 253 more words

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Devils re-sign Larsson: one year, $900K

The New Jersey Devils have re-upped with defenseman Adam Larsson on a one-year, $900,000 extension, per Swedish news outlet Expressen.

Larsson, the fourth overall pick at the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, just wrapped his three-year, $2.775 million entry-level deal that carried an $925,000 annual cap hit. 212 more words

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Seidenberg (knee) should be ready for training camp

The Bruins were dealt a major blow when defenseman Dennis Seidenberg tore his ACL and MCL. He had surgery in early January and still hasn’t made a complete recovery, but he might have played in the postseason anyways had Boston advanced past the second round. 123 more words

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Where Do The Boston Bruins Go From Here?

Well it’s been a while since the Bruins lost their bid to advance to the conference finals to the Montreal Canadians, and now the shock is gone and the dust has settled.   691 more words