Boston’s top young players participated in the annual NHL Prospects Challenge in Buffalo over the weekend, and a few notable names shined.
The 2022 4th Rounder will be going from Sweden to Sunny Amherst...or Marquette, MI
There’s a few notable prospects throughout the Bruins organization, so who stands out the most heading into the 2022-23 season?
There will be a mini rookie camp this week too.
After a strong preliminary round performance at the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championships, where does the former Bruins’ first-rounder go from here?
A trade, and then a couple of new B’s! Here’s the first!
A Guelph boy doing some playmaking for the B’s!
A faceoff-winning center? A productive winger? Defensive depth? A new goaltender? All intriguing possibilities.
The Maine Mariners reached the playoffs in their first season as a Bruins’ affiliate, but one can only wonder how their season might’ve looked with everyone available.
The Providence Bruins’ season ended in disappointment, while the organization can take pride in its player development pathway beginning to bear fruit.
Both Bruins’ affiliates saw their season come to an end in the first round of their respective playoffs last week.
Providence enters the 2022 Calder Cup Playoffs on a six-game losing streak, while the Maine Mariners face elimination on Monday.
The Latvian has had a solid season.
The Maine Mariners started the Kelly Cup Playoffs with consecutive road losses to Reading, and Providence can’t seem to catch a break.
The Maine Mariners got the results they needed to clinch a playoff spot, while the Providence Bruins welcomed a slew of new faces with two road wins.
Another good goalie in the mix!
As the ECHL regular season concludes, the Maine Mariners are deadlocked for a playoff spot in a three-way tie with three games left.
As minor league hockey enters the final month of its regular season slate, both Bruins’ affiliates are in the hunt for a playoff berth.
Both the Providence Bruins and Maine Mariners took two out of three games from their weekend slates.
The Providence Bruins could use a little luck from their arena mates, while the Maine Mariners are seeking consistency again.
After a clean sweep last weekend, Providence and Maine both ended this week’s slate with three consecutive losses.
Five wins in as many games over the past week for Bruins affiliates, including a spectacular comeback by Maine.
Both Bruins affiliates flexed their offensive muscles over a week that was filled with high-scoring affairs.
The Providence Bruins swept a three-game weekend while the Maine Mariners finally snapped a lengthy losing streak.
The Providence Bruins are skating through a rough patch, as the Maine Mariners came back down to earth after a torrid start to 2022.
The Mariners might be playing their best hockey of the season, just in time for a stretch run while Providence has been trending the opposite way.
Providence suffered a pair of shootout losses while the Mariners were marred by inconsistency.
Providence secured a split in a home-and-home with division rival Bridgeport while Maine shook off a lopsided loss on Friday for a weekend series win.
A big weekend for Providence and many of Boston’s top prospects. Meanwhile, Maine has sent several players on loan to AHL clubs for its bye week.
A major reunion is in the offing for the Bruins while the ECHL Mariners are heating up.