Boston Bruins

Stars GM will be patient and not feeling pressure to make a move Matthew DeFranks of the Dallas Morning News: Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill on the team’s slow start. “To say you’re going to make all these changes, people are thinking about trades or whatever, those things don’t happen overnight,” Nill said. “You just
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Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: Though the February 24th NHL trade deadline line months away, taking an early look at what players might be available. Taylor Hall – New Jersey Devils – There haven’t been any recent contract talks between the Devils and Hall’s camp. If the Devils don’t turn their season around and if
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In today’s NHL Rumors rundown, I give my thoughts on some names from Pierre LeBrun’s trade bait list. These names include Ilya Kovalchuk and Chris Kreider. Plus, could the Boston Bruins have interest in Taylor Hall if the New Jersey Devils make him available this season? Related: NHL Rumors: Oilers, Hurricanes, Quick, More LeBrun’s Trade
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The redemption tour is off to a great start. The Boston Bruins began the 2019-20 campaign with two wins over the Dallas Stars and Arizona Coyotes. The 3-1 win against the Stars, featuring an empty netter, was a close call. While the Bruins got out in front early, the Stars battled back and showed no
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Extension talks to start for some pending restricted free agents Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: From understanding, the New York Islanders and the agent for Mathew Barzal, J.P. Barry, have already established that they’d like to have contract extension talks this fall. Barzal’s numbers so far have him between Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner. That
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The Bruins, Krug and Coyle have started contract extension talks Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports:  After a not having contract extension talks with the Boston Bruins this past offseason, defenseman Torey Krug seems little relieved that negotiations have started. “It’s exciting. Now that we’re in the regular season I don’t want to talk too much
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Jake DeBrusk sees the RFA template via McAvoy and Carlo Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston:  Jake DeBrusk saw what the future may hold for him as far as his next contract (likely next summer). The eventual restricted free agent sees other comparables as well. Brock Boeser and Travis Konecny are the two most looked
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On McAvoy and Provorov after Werenski signing (three years, $15 million) Bob McKenzie: Tweet thread. “Nothing imminent on the Charlie McAvoy (BOS) or Ivan Provorov (PHI) RFA deals but with camp opening this week, and CBJ signing Zach Werenski to a three-year, $15M deal today, expectation is talks on McAvoy and Provorov will heat up
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