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Recent articles by Kevin:

Early playoff exit means Bruins may need to be bold in rebuilding roster, especially up front

GM Don Sweeney has not pulled the trigger on a deal centered on moving out current key roster components for equal key assets. → Read More

David Pastrnak joining Team Czechia at World Championships

Pastrnak will be reunited with his former Bruins teammate David Krejci on Team Czechia at the tournament in Finland. → Read More

A close look at the Bruins roster, and who could be staying and leaving

It will take some significant roster tweaking by Don Sweeney to get the Bruins back to being serious Stanley Cup contenders. → Read More

With Patrice Bergeron or without him, the Bruins’ forward corps needs a significant revamp

Whether it's in personnel or attitude, reworking Boston's front end is a big priority for Bruce Cassidy, Don Sweeney, and Cam Neely. → Read More

Bruins had no answer for speed or aggression of Hurricanes, and other observations

The big hit was delivered with the knockout of Hampus Lindholm. → Read More

Bruins need to boost their ‘inside game’ to challenge Hurricanes

"It’s what you need in the playoffs,” said No. 3 center Charlie Coyle. → Read More

Bruins will face either the Maple Leafs or Hurricanes in the playoffs

The Bruins will know who their first round opponent will be after Friday night's action. → Read More

In Montreal, the mourning has just begun for the magnificent and beloved Guy Lafleur

There was a poignant, tearful tribute before Sunday's game vs. the Bruins, and the late Hall of Famer will lie in state before his funeral next Tuesday. → Read More

Bruins’ net still has room for two

Bruin goalies expected to alternate for last four games of regular season. → Read More

The return of Hampus Lindholm shows an exciting glimpse of Bruins’ future

With Lindholm aboard, the Bruins' puck movement and offensive flow will be something not seen here since the Ray Bourque era. → Read More

Time is running out for the Bruins to fix their sagging offensive attack

The Bruins have just 24 goals in 10 games this month, and as coach Bruce Cassidy put it, "Some of our lines have gone stale." → Read More

Bruins put 52 shots on goal, but come up empty in loss to Penguins

New Hampshire native Casey DeSmith picked up his third shutout of the season for Pittsburgh. → Read More

Bruins will be without three injured players until the weekend at least

David Pastrnak, Hampus Lindholm, and Linus Ullmark have been ruled out of games Tuesday (St. Louis) and Thursday (Pittsburgh). → Read More

Former NHL player Tommy McCarthy’s roller-coaster life story is one that Hollywood should look at

His low point, years in a federal prison, was in sharp contrast to where he began, selected ahead of Wayne Gretzky as the No. 1 pick in the 1977 OHL draft. → Read More

Without David Pastrnak, Bruins power play has hit a stretch of futility

The Bruins went 0 for 16 with the man advantage on the four-game road trip that concluded with Sunday's loss to the Capitals. → Read More

Bruins sign Ohio State’s leading scorer to three year-deal

Georgii Merkulov will report to the AHL's Providence Bruins for the remainder of this season, playing under an amateur tryout agreement. → Read More

Hugging it out: It’s not an act with Jeremy Swayman and Linus Ullmark

Bruins goalies Jeremy Swayman and Linus Ullmark say they believe their trademark post-game embrace has grown into a message about good sportsmanship, friendship, and genuine care and respect between teammates. → Read More

Charlie Coyle nails OT winner and Linus Ullmark makes 28 saves in Bruins’ victory over the Lightning

It was the 16th goal of the season for Coyle. → Read More

When the playoffs begin next month, who will be the Bruins’ go-to goalie?

It looked as though Jeremy Swayman had the No. 1 job locked up, but things seem to have changed lately. → Read More

Chris Kreider of the Rangers has put Massachusetts goal scoring back on the map

Kreider is the first Bay Stater to reach the 40-goal plateau in the NHL since Bill Guerin of Wilbraham knocked home 41 with the Bruins in 2001-02. → Read More