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Goalie talk: Who to draft from the Avalanche, Bruins and more

ESPN Fantasy analyst Sean Allen: Give me Francouz. I do believe that if Francouz hadn’t lost a year and a half to knee and hip surgeries over his career, we wouldn’t even be having this conversation. He has the skills of a top starting NHL netminder, but just hasn’t had his proper moment to shine. […]

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Lingering questions for all 32 NHL teams heading into training camp: Goaltending, lineup, injuries, more

But now that fall is officially set to begin on Thursday, it’s also time for training camps around the NHL to open, as we look ahead to opening night of the season on Oct. 11. To help get you ready for the next few weeks — as teams decide on which players make the roster, […]

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The best NHL free agents still seeking new contracts

There are still significant names available on the unrestricted free agent market, including some who could be game-changers for the right team. Will they find the contracts they’re seeking with the teams they want to join? Or are they going to have to take what they can get? Here’s glance at some of the more […]

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Bruins fire Bruce Cassidy; head coach had led Boston to Stanley Cup playoffs in all six seasons

The Boston Bruins have fired head coach Bruce Cassidy, general manager Don Sweeney said Monday. Cassidy had held the position since February 2017, taking over when the Bruins let go of Claude Julien. The 57-year-old Cassidy was behind Boston’s bench for 399 games, and he leaves with a record 245-108-46. The Bruins made the playoffs […]

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2022 Stanley Cup playoffs: Answering the biggest questions heading into conference finals round

Of course, the first two rounds have been fantastic as well. Some of the game’s biggest stars have shined brightest, some pending free agents have made themselves some money, and new postseason heroes have been revealed. As the penultimate round of the tournament gets rolling, we’re answering the biggest lingering questions out there — and […]

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Boston Bruins star Brad Marchand undergoes hip surgeries, to miss approximately six months

The Bruins said Marchand underwent successful arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips. The procedure was done by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Marchand led the Bruins this season with 80 points in 70 games, including 32 goals. He added 11 points in seven postseason games before the […]

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Boston Bruins’ D-men Charlie McAvoy, Hampus Lindholm out for Game 5

McAvoy was a late scratch for the Game 4 win Sunday because of COVID-19 protocols. Lindholm hasn’t played since being leveled on a jarring shoulder-to-chest hit from Carolina’s Andrei Svechnikov in the team’s Game 2 loss. Cassidy said Lindholm didn’t travel to North Carolina for Game 5. McAvoy and Lindholm worked together as Boston’s top […]

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Boston Bruins star defenseman Charlie McAvoy clears COVID-19 protocols and plays in Game 5

RALEIGH, N.C. — Boston Bruins star defenseman Charlie McAvoy cleared COVID-19 protocols and played in the 5-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes Tuesday night in Game 5. After the morning skate, Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters that McAvoy and fellow defenseman Hampus Lindholm (upper-body injury) would miss Tuesday’s game. Cassidy said there was no […]

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Fantasy hockey forecaster: March 28 to April 3

Together, they’ve accounted for 53 goals in 745 minutes at five-on-five, while allowing only 22 against. There’s a few lines that have scored better on a per-minute basis, including the top lines for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Minnesota Wild and Ottawa Senators, plus Jonathan Huberdeau‘s line on the Florida Panthers. But those lines can’t hold […]

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Leading scorer Brad Marchand, intent not ‘to let the guys down,’ returns for Boston Bruins in win

BOSTON — David Pastrnak scored a tiebreaking power-play goal early in the third period to give the surging Boston Bruins a 3-2 win over the travel-weary Winnipeg Jets on Saturday. Boston’s leading scorer, Brad Marchand, surprisingly returned to the lineup Saturday after leaving Thursday with an apparent right shoulder injury, and assisted on the game-winning […]

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