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The Boston Bruins have re-signed Danton Heinen to a two-year contract extension worth $5.6 million. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $2.8 million and will keep Heinen with the team through the 2020-21 season. This deal comes just under a month before Heinen’s arbitration meeting was set to take place on Aug. 3.
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report this ad David Krejci was a key component in the Boston Bruins’ 2019 playoff run. In his first 17 games of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the 33-year-old notched four even-strength goals and seven even-strength assists. He tallied an additional three helpers on the power play. There’s no denying that Krejci was one of
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report this ad Rookies (or “first-year players” as captain Zdeno Chara prefers) figured to play an integral role this season for the Boston Bruins. Eschewing the big-name free agent signings of years past and opting instead to ride the youth wave, success was to be largely predicated on the readiness of several promising prospects within
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Kevin Hayes ranks well in several categories but where does he ultimately end up? Can Philadelphia finish what they started with Kevin Hayes?  Jared Clinton of The Hockey News:  At least Winnipeg was able to get a fifth-round pick for the rights of Kevin Hayes. That being said, few players go onto play every day
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report this ad In today’s News & Notes, the Boston Bruins could use seven defenders in Game 5 against the St. Louis Blues if both Matt Grzelcyk and Zdeno Chara are unable to play, Dan Lambert has been hired by the Nashville Predators and the Florida Panthers have announced their coaching staff. Bruins Could Dress
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report this ad In today’s News & Notes, Matt Grzelcyk is in concussion protocol and is day-to-day, Oskar Sundqvist has a hearing with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety and some minor transaction news around the NHL. Related: NHL News & Notes: Dave Tippett, Sheldon Keefe & More Grzelcyk Day-to-Day The Boston Bruins will likely
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