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SCOPE welcomes star Bruins player

SCOPE welcomes star Bruins player

Aubrey Benoit, Arts Editor May 8, 2021
By 2006, Brad Marchand was drafted to play for New England’s beloved Boston Bruins. Between then and now, he has won a Stanley Cup, World Championship gold and the World Cup gold. A left winger, a proud father and a classy drinker, University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Student Committee On Popular Entertainment (SCOPE) welcomed Marchand to a live Q&A Monday evening.
Questions unanswered about Bruins defense

Questions unanswered about Bruins defense

Cassie Hollasch October 30, 2020
With the NHL draft in the rearview and 31 franchises in the midst of the free agency period there is still a couple of monumental decision to be made; what will 43-year-old Zdeno Chara do, and how will the Bruins replace him in the first defensive pairing?
Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop (30) blocks the shot of Nashville Predators right wing Craig Smith (15) in the first period of the NHL Winter Classic hockey game at the Cotton Bowl, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, in Dallas. (AP Photo/Jeffrey McWhorter)

Bruins and Sweeney lose Krug, keep Grzelcyk

Cassie Hollasch October 26, 2020
Two years ago, the Boston Bruins were one win away from lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup on home ice against the St. Louis Blues. Unfortunately, they went on to lose again to the almighty Tampa Bay Lightning who took home the Cup this season.
Bruins lose to Lightning, shift focus to offseason

Bruins lose to Lightning, shift focus to offseason

Hannah Donahue September 10, 2020
With the Bruins losing this past week many fans and even some of the players are stuck wondering what’s next?

Bruins draw Lightning after defeating ‘Canes in five games

Hannah Donahue August 27, 2020
After a long, COVID-19 induced layoff, the Boston Bruins returned to action in a big way by defeating the Carolina Hurricanes in five games in the first round of the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs.

Bruins’ management needs to look in the mirror

Bret Belden February 10, 2017

On Tuesday Feb. 7, the Boston Bruins fired their head coach Claude Julien after 10 seasons at the helm.  Julien is the winningest coach in Bruins’ history, with a record of 419-246-94.  He led the...

Hand's on Deck: Assessing the Big Bad Bruins

Bret Belden October 8, 2015

Is it October yet? The question on many hockey fans’ minds all summer has been answered. It is October, and the NHL season has started once again. It has been 180 days since the Bruins last hit the ice...

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