Bruins pick Cameron Clarke 136th overall
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Joona Koppanen is the Bruins' first 5th round pick
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Boston Bruins 2016 Draft
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2015 NHL Entry Draft: Prospect Profiles
SCOC starts its in-depth look at potential Bruins draftees.
Charlie McAvoy probably doesn't hate the Bruins anymore
I hate the bruins so much— Charlie McAvoy (@CMcAvoy44) May 22, 2013
2016 First round pick Charlie McAvoy grew up a Rangers fan. Wheeee!
NHL Draft: Habs Trade For Andrew Shaw
That should make for some interesting battles next season
Draft Day Bruins news and rumors
Fowler, Kulikov, Shattenkirk, Subban, and laughing at the Canucks
NHL Draft 2016: Who the Bruins should take
SCoC looks at ten likely options to have their name called by Don Sweeney at the NHL Draft this evening.
NHL Draft 2016: Forward Thinking
On the eve of the 2016 NHL Draft, we argue that the B's organisation should be ignoring all the conventional wisdom and looking beyond the blue line with their first pick this draft.
Bruins select Rasmus Asplund with 29th Mock Pick
The kid from Farjestad BK is very impressive
NHL Mock Draft 2016: Boston Bruins select Jacob Moverare with No. 28 pick
Big, strong skating defenseman out of Sweden
We have a Mock Draft trade to announce...
And you’ll either be really excited or disappointed. Find out which!
Draft Profiles: The Right Moverare
Jacob Moverare isn't the most heralded of prospects, but he's the kind of prospect that gives the Bruins far more options in the first round
Bruins could have Chiarelli comp pushed back
Due to an NHLPA grievance centered on offer sheets and executive hiring compensation rules, the Bruins could be forced to get the Oilers 2018 2nd round pick
NHL Draft Profiles: Monster Masch
Kitchener's Adam Mascherin is unheralded in the draft, but he presents as a hybrid of Frank Vatrano and Brad Marchand. That is a combination that should be of great interest....especially if it's available late in the first round.
Draft Profile: Is Veini Vehviläinen Tuukka Mark II?
The Bruins have history with finding unheralded goalie gems in Finland. With low risk and a high reward, they should be looking at Veini Vehviläinen as potential to find another
The 2016 NHL Draft order will be decided tonight
Bruins second first-round pick could be locked in over the next two days
Draft Profiles: Max Jones: Handle With Care
The London Knights' power forward is a mean, vicious throwback power forward. But his greatest asset may also be his greatest weakness
The Unbearable Lightness Of Jake Bean
With the NHL placing more and more emphasis on puck movement for blueliners one of the deftest offensive touches in the draft, Calgary's Jake Bean is tailor-made for the NHL's future.
Development camp is July 12-15th
See the recent draftees and local college kids run drills!
NHL Draft Profiles: Swiss Army Knife
Nathan Bastian won't go in the top ten. He may not even go in the first round. But he is worthy of close attention throughout the draft - a Swiss Army Knife that could fit beautifully in Boston's pockets .
NHL Draft Profile: The Chosen One
Auston Matthews is the consensus first overall pick. But more than that, he's the chosen standard bearer of the NHL's drive South.
NHL Draft Profiles: Blowing Up The Ceiling?
Tappara's Patrik Laine is generating some serious buzz, with some saying he could go first ahead of Auston Matthews. He is a truly lethal goalscorer - but could his specialisation cause him problems in the NHL, or will it make him more deadly yet?
NHL Draft Profiles: A Terrible Beauty Is Born
Jesse Puljujärvi is something very special. And also terrifying.
NHL Draft Profiles: Boston Logan?
Windsor's Logan Brown is big, skilled and a player who can contribute at both ends. Is he the B's next playmaker?
NHL Draft Profiles 2016: Local Hero
BU's Charlie McAvoy is among the premier blueline prospects in this draft crop, and he's developing right in the Bruins' back garden.
2016 Draft Profiles: American Sniper
The Erie Otters' Alex DeBrincat is a pure goalscorer of the old school. But his small size has made his draft ranking suffer. Boston could have a lethal offensive weapon fall right into their laps...if they want it.
NHL Draft Profiles 2016 - Grand, Mauvaise Bruin
The Bruins fans have already taken one Quebecer to their hearts in Patrice Bergeron. If Val D'Or's Julien Gauthier has his name called by B's management this June, it may not be long until they idolise another.