Boston Bruins Boston Bruins Have Released Their 2017 Offseason And Preseason Schedule Share Tweet Published 5 months ago on June 2, 2017 By Justin Doyle 2017 Preseason Schedule Released The Boston Bruins have releases their preseason for the 2017 season along with other critical dates. This preseason they will play in seven games. The first preseason game is Monday, September 18 against the Montreal Canadiens at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City. The Bruins have said that more info in the future. Also they state the the dates are subject to change. Here are the critical dates and the preseason schedule Sunday, May 28 – Saturday, June 3 (KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY) -NHL Combine Saturday, June 17 -Deadline for teams to submit their list of players protected from Expansion Draft, 5 p.m. ET Wednesday, June 21 (T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV) -Deadline for Vegas Golden Knights to submit its Expansion Draft selections, 10 a.m. ET -NHL Awards -Vegas Golden Knights announce Expansion Draft selections Friday, June 23 – Saturday, June 24 (United Center, Chicago, IL) -NHL Entry Draft Saturday, July 1 -Free Agent signing period begins, 12 p.m. ET Thursday, July 6 – Sunday, July 9 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA) -Boston Bruins 2017 Development Camp BOSTON BRUINS 2017 ROOKIE AND TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE PRESENTED BY AT&T: -Practice times and locations will be announced at a later date Thursday, September 7 -Rookie Camp opens Thursday, September 14 -Main Camp opens BOSTON BRUINS 2017 PRESEASON SCHEDULE: Monday, September 18 (Quebec City, QC) -Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens (Videotron Centre, Quebec, QC, 7:00 p.m. ET) Tuesday, September 19 (Boston, MA) -Detroit Red Wings at Boston Bruins (TD Garden, Boston, MA, 7:00 p.m. ET) Thursday, September 21 (Boston, MA) -Philadelphia Flyers at Boston Bruins (TD Garden, Boston, MA, 7:00 p.m. ET) Saturday, September 23 (Detroit, MI) -Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings (Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI, 7:00 p.m. ET) Monday, September 25 (Boston, MA) -Chicago Blackhawks at Boston Bruins (TD Garden, Boston, MA, 7:00 p.m. ET) Thursday, September 28 (Philadelphia, PA) -Boston Bruins at Philadelphia Flyers (Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA, 7:00 p.m. ET) Saturday, September 30 (Chicago, IL) -Boston Bruins at Chicago Blackhawks (United Center, Chicago, IL, 8:30 p.m. ET) Related Topics:Boston BruinsBoston Bruins talkBruinsBruins Talkfeatured Up Next Boston Bruins Rumor: Don Sweeney In Talks With Minnesota Wild For Possible Trade Don't Miss Boston Bruins Prospects To Keep An Eye On Before This Upcoming Season Justin Doyle Justin is a Computer Networking student at Wentworth Institute of Technology and joined the Trifecta Network as an Editor in February of 2016 and is a guest on Down to the WIRE Sports Talk. 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But on Sunday the injuries continued to pile up with forward Ryan Spooner and defensemen Adam McQuaid going down against the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Spooner went down in the second period having suffered a lower-body injury after just 6:42 ice time. In five games he has one assist as the primary third line center. If Spooner is down for an extended period of time it looks like Austin Czarnik will get the first crack in his place. This year is crucial to Spooner’s career with it likely being his last real shot at proving himself to Boston. Spooner’s injury was not realized on TV and was only noticed after the second period was concluded. McQuaid, on the other hand, was visibly in pain and had to be helped off the ice. McQuaid went down in the third period after going to block a Colin Miller slap shot that hit him in the inner knee. Adam McQuaid takes a Colin Miller shot to the knee, had to be helped off the ice pic.twitter.com/0BDyb9ZndT — Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) October 16, 2017 The Boston Bruins have until Thursday to get ready for their next game which will be against the Vancouver Canucks at home in TD Garden. Continue Reading Boston Bruins Boston Bruins Defeat The Arizona Coyotes End Losing Streak Published 4 days ago on October 14, 2017 By Justin Doyle Boston Bruins Veterans Respond to Bruce Cassidy‘s Call Out And Step Up Boston came into this game looking to end a two-game losing streak. Once again Patrice Bergeron was absent from the roster. This was a must-win game. The game started off really bad. The team looked terrible. Passes were not connecting the breakouts were atrocious. first period summary in one word. Awful. Luckily the B’s were able to salvage a goal off David Pastrnak‘s hip. Then is the second it was like a completely different team. Not sure what Bruce said in that locker room but it sure worked. Boston came out in full scoring just 1:39 into the second with a power play goal from Jake Debrusk. Zdeno Chara followed up Debrusk just a few minutes later with a goal of his own to give the Bruins a two-goal lead. This was Chara’s third point of the night. The goal also put him on a list of legends. The list is Bruins Players who have scored at the age of 40. The other being Johnny “the chief” Bucyk, Mark Recchi, and Jaromir Jagr. After that, the teams continued to trade chances as both goalies came up big. Brad Marchand then found himself on a breakaway and put the team up three with the B’s fourth goal of the game. The Black and Gold were able to hold the Coyotes and head into the third with a nice three-goal cushion. The third was relatively quiet for most of it. Arizona had some pressure early on but Anton Khidobin made some key saves. Chances were traded by both teams the Arizona went on the power play late in the third and got a goal back from Oliver Eckman-Larsson. 23 seconds later Tim Schaller answered with another B’s goal to keep a three-goal lead. Boston then goes on the power play and put the nail in the coffin with a goal from Anders Bjork. This is Bjork’s first career goal. Up Next: The Bruins will head to Vegas to take on the Vegas Golden Knights for the first time. The game is at 7 pm and will be broadcast on NESN and 98.5 the Sports Hub. Continue Reading Boston Bruins Boston Bruins Season Just Started No Need To Jump Ship Published 6 days ago on October 13, 2017 By Justin Doyle The Fans Need To Relax Boston Bruins fans have already started to jump ship after just three games. It is only three games and it the start of the season. We knew this could happen. Can the Bruins find their game? Off To A Tough Start The main problem is the B’s have been missing star center and “captain” Patrice Bergeron to a lower-body injury. Bergeron has been the centerpiece of the team for a long time now. The only problem with that is he is getting old. His age and injury history is starting to put more pressure on other guys like Ryan Spooner, David Krejci who also has a history of injuries as well as being up there in age and the rookies. This has shown in the past two games against Colorado, especially defensively. This a very young Bruins team, the average would be on of the lowest in the league if it was not for old guys like Zdeno Chara and David Backes. Which means mistakes are going to happen. Now, these mistakes have to lead to two loses but that does not mean that this is a bad team. We need to remember that this is Bruce Cassidy first full year as Head coach. He and the players need to build confidence in each other as well as the players with the other players. Hockey is a game of chemistry and the Bruins are clearly lacking some. What also has not helped them is the missing David Backes who would have served as the number one center in place of Bergy. With him out the B’s are really lacking that veteran leadership on the ice and in the locker room. This has made Cassidy make a bunch of line switches which messes with the chemistry. This lack of chemistry is what has led to the defensive breakdowns and the missed passes and goals. Now is not the time to jump ship tough as it is still early and the team is developing that chemistry. Bergeron is rumored ready to go for Saturday so if that happens it should bring a spark to the lineup. When To Panic The time to panic would be late November early December and the ten is under .500. Then Panic and jump ship. When the defense continues to be sub-par. These past two games the defense has just not been there leaving Tuukka Rask out to dry. 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