Tag: Jack Studnicka

Jack Studnicka A Call Up For The Boston Bruins?

The Boston Bruins selected Jack Studnicka back in 2017 the second round of NHL Draft. Studnicka just wrapped up his first official season in the American Hockey League this past season. The season was paused and later cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 60 games played he had 49 points, adding 23 goals, along […]

What Should The Bruins Do With David Krejci After Next Season?

One of the staples for the Boston Bruins success over the last decade is David Krejci. With a contract that expires after next season, do the Bruins have enough talent and enough trust in their young centers to let David Krejci walk? Consistent stability David Krejci is probably good enough to be a top line […]

What Bruins prospects are ready for the NHL?

With the NHL trade deadline around the corner, it’s important to know what prospects in the Bruins system are ready for the NHL. They could draw interest from teams looking for NHL ready talent, or they could be called up by the Bruins to replace somebody who gets traded. What is “NHL ready”? When I […]

It’s Time For Don Sweeney To Put His Foot Down

The Boston Bruins have a couple of glaring holes that their currently dealing with. Scoring, toughness, and simply too many players are too complacent. Certain players are playing like they have nothing to lose. With the amount of potential currently in Providence, Don Sweeney needs to put an end to the complacency before it puts […]

Why Haven’t The Bruins Been Active In The Trade Market?

The Boston Bruins are undoubtedly in one of the biggest markets in the NHL. A team that is always trying to compete, regardless of record, amount of talent on the team, or star power on the team. With so many big names being traded in the passed few seasons, why haven’t the Bruins pulled the […]