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Recent articles by Kevin:

Bruins will start finding out quickly if Jeremy Swayman is up to the task

They haven't had a lot of recent success with homegrown goalies, but they like what they've seen in Swayman so far. → Read More

In an unusual position, Bruce Cassidy must figure out early workload for Bruins goalies

Free agent Linus Ullmark has never played more than 56 games in a season, and Jeremy Swayman had just a 10-game NHL stint as a rookie. → Read More

Bruins place Chris Wagner, John Moore on waivers

Wagner and Moore became more expendable when GM Don Sweeney spent aggressively in the free agent market. → Read More

Haymakers for Hope won’t knock out cancer, but it will do wonders for the heart and soul

The Boston-born charity has raised some $14.5 million for cancer research the last 10 years. → Read More

Where did Bruins goalie Jeremy Swayman get his drive to succeed? It starts with being from Alaska

"There is always a hunger, sort of a chip in the shoulder, to get to the NHL because you’re from Alaska,” said Swayman, the likely starter when the Bruins open the season. → Read More

Bruins goalies likely to split remaining exhibition games

Coach Bruce Cassidy saId it was goalie coach Bob Essensa's call and he could flip the starters in the Monday and Wednesday matchups. → Read More

We know all about returning sports greats, beginning with Babe Ruth in 1920

Sold off to the Yankees by Red Sox owner Harry Frazee, Ruth was first back in Fenway, wearing New York flannels and playing center field, on April 19, 1920. → Read More

Bruins are searching for the right fit with Brandon Carlo on blue line

In shorthanded situations, it looks like Carlo and Derek Forbort will partner frequently on Bruce Cassidy’s primary PK unit. → Read More

Observations as Bruins regulars score early, often in exhibition victory over the Flyers

The Bruins scored four straight goals after giving up a power play tally in the first, impressing in their first game at TD Garden since going out of the playoffs in June. → Read More

Bruins assign top prospect Fabian Lysell to WHL team in Vancouver

The 18-year-old Swedish forward impressed coach Bruce Cassidy in camp but will need some seasoning. → Read More

Who is Jesper Froden? He just might be the surprise of Bruins camp

The 27-year-old Swedish winger, who was never drafted in the NHL, has impressed his teammates, including the top-liners. → Read More

Right winger Craig Smith says Bruins are out ‘to do something special’ this season

Smith was one of the players who assembled for a captain's practice in Brighton Monday as training camp approaches. → Read More

50 years ago, opening night for the new Patriots stadium was a nightmare

A massive traffic jam and a plumbing disaster helped usher in a new era in New England pro football. → Read More

Adam McQuaid rejoins Bruins as player development coordinator; Chris Kelly promoted to assistant coach

And in Providence, Ryan Mougenel was promoted to No. 1 bench boss after Jay Leach's departure. → Read More

How a pair of high jumpers were able to elevate the Olympic Games

Essa Barshim and Gianmarco Tamberi each cleared 2.37 meters on their first jumps. They also both failed in their three attempts to clear 2.39. They were at a standstill. → Read More

Bruce Cassidy is already developing Bruins lineup plans for the 2021-22 season

Charlie Coyle has the inside track to replace David Krejci as No. 2 center, while Jake DeBrusk for now figures to slot in as third-line left wing. → Read More

Bruins see a lot of upside in 2020 draft pick Trevor Kuntar of Boston College

The aggressive and versatile center is in developmental camp this week before he begins his sophomore season with the Eagles. → Read More

David Krejci’s departure for the Czech Republic leaves a gaping hole for Bruins at No. 2 center

The term “Playoff Krech, while hardly a myth, did not do justice to the fine work he submitted every year. → Read More

New acquisition Derek Forbort has a name right out of Bruins history

The defenseman revealed that he was named after Bruins great Derek Sanderson — his father's favorite player. → Read More

Ex-Bruins coach and Massachusetts native Mike Sullivan named US men’s hockey coach for 2022 Olympics

Sullivan, 53, grew up in Marshfield and played at Boston University before playing and coaching for the Bruins. → Read More