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Dale Arnold hosts the pre- and post-game shows for NESN during Bruins games. He also hosts “Dale & Keefe” weekdays on WEEI from 10 am – 2 pm.   4:00 – David Pastrnak might be the best player in the NHL right now 9:30 – Takeaways from the Charlie Coyle and Chris Wagner deals 13:00


Matt Castle covers the Boston Bruins for Bruins Daily. Twitter: @Matt_Castle22   2:45 – Bruins new third jersey is good but it could somehow probably be better 5:00 – Favorite alternate jersey of the past 20 years? 10:30 – Reaction to recalling Jack Studnicka 16:00 – Don’t trade Torey Krug. Just don’t do it. And


Pete Blackburn covers the NHL for CBS Sports. Twitter: @PeteBlackburn   3:00 – Charlie McAvoy is looking a lot better 6:45 – Throwback to when Pete was blocked by a veteran hockey writer 10:00 – Where does Charlie Coyle fit? 14:30 – Brad Marchand’s Hall of Fame case 22:00 – The Toronto Maple Leafs suck


Mike Petraglia covers the Bruins and the Patriots for CLNS Media. Twitter: @Trags   1:30 – What’s up with the Bruins? 3:30 – Are the Bruins hitting a wall? 6:45 – If this is as bad as the Bruins get, this ain’t that bad 12:00 – Should we expect more out of Charlie McAvoy? 14:00


Conor Ryan covers the Boston Bruins for Boston Sports Journal. Twitter: @ConorRyan_93   3:00 – The origins of this dominant Bruins power play 8:00 – Jake DeBrusk is very important to the first power play unit 13:00 – What high Bruins ratings on NESN mean 16:00 – The ratings are a bit surprising 19:00 –


Marisa Ingemi covers the Boston Bruins for the Boston Herald. Twitter: @Marisa_Ingemi   3:00 – Stanley Cup Final rematch SZN 5:00 – The Bruins are actually good 10:00 – The Bruce Cassidy-coached Bruins always show up to play 14:00 – Still so much potential to come from Bruins 16:00 – Anders Bjork mania!!! 19:00 –


Conor Ryan covers the Boston Bruins for Boston Sports Journal. Twitter: @ConorRyan_93   4:00 – David Pastrnak going to the second line could save Bruins from making a move at the Trade Deadline 8:00 – If Pastrnak moves down, it’s a big audition for Charlie Coyle as the future No. 2 center 12:00 – Jake


Pete Blackburn covers the NHL for CBS Sports. Twitter: @PeteBlackburn   4:00 – Is it even news that the Bruins first line is good? 7:00 – David Krejci has some issues 11:00 – You can’t move David Pastrnak to the second line now 16:45 – Can the Bruins first line get past last season’s Cup


Matt Kalman covers the Bruins for WEEI.com. Twitter: @MattKalman   3:45 – Brett Ritchie mania!!! 6:00 – Ritchie vs David Backes 9:00 – David Krejci’s right side is still unknown 12:00 – Two-goalie tandem is working again 17:00 – George W. Bush loves the Bruins 20:00 – NESN did everything but take the ticker down


Pete Blackburn covers the NHL for CBS Sports. Twitter: @PeteBlackburn   4:00 – Bruins have a leg-room problem 11:00 – Bruins’ biggest problem this year 18:45 – Bruins’ biggest breakout player 25:00 – Does David Krejci finally have a permanent right winger? 29:00 – Bruins Team MVP 37:00 – Where will the Bruins finish? 40:00


John Buccigross is a SportsCenter anchor on ESPN & does play-by-play for the network’s college hockey games. Twitter: @Buccigross   3:00 – How’d Don Sweeney stay under the cap with Charlie McAvoy & Brandon Carlo? 6:00 – Where does David Backes fit in? 8:00 – Did the Blues winning the Stanley Cup actually help Backes?


Conor Ryan covers the Boston Bruins for Boston Sports Journal. Twitter: @ConorRyan_93   3:00 – Reaction to Charlie McAvoy re-signing 5:30 – The deal is risky long-term 10:00 – Looking to the Bruins’ future 16:00 – Is there enough space to re-sign Charlie Coyle & Torey Krug next offseason? 23:00 – How are the Maple


DJ Bean does everything for NBC Sports Boston. Twitter: @DJ_Bean   3:30 – Where does Anders Bjork fit into the lineup? 8:00 – No reason to rush Jack Studnicka 12:00 – Name pronunciation game! 16:50 – Charlie McAvoy signing developments 23:30 – Where does Torey Krug fit into all of this? 28:00 – Appreciate Krug


Mark Allred is the site owner for Black N Gold Hockey and has the Black N Gold Hockey podcast. Twitter: @BlackAndGold277   3:15 – Does Jack Studnicka make the roster? 8:00 – Bruins don’t have much depth at center for the future. 12:00 – This is Zach Senyshyn’s big chance. 20:00 – Any future franchise


Conor Ryan covers the Boston Bruins for Boston Sports Journal. Twitter: @ConorRyan_93.   5:00 – Don Sweeney will have lots of pressure on him come training camp 13:30 – Projecting Charlie McAvoy & Brandon Carlo’s deals 16:00 – Trading with the Bruins could be easy 17:30 – Bruins may start very slow 21:00 – Screw


Marisa Ingemi covers the Boston Bruins for the Boston Herald. Twitter: @Marisa_Ingemi   3:15 – Charlie McAvoy & Brandon Carlo will definitely re-sign at the most inconvenient time 5:00 – What is the biggest disappointment of the decade for the Bruins? 7:05 – Remember 2012 & 2014? 11:00 – The most forgettable regular season game. 14:00


Pete Blackburn is a national hockey writer for CBS Sports. Twitter: @PeteBlackburn   4:00 – What should Charlie McAvoy and Brandon Carlo get for contracts? 9:45 – There are way too many talented RFAs still out there 12:00 – Do Bruins fans hate their team? 17:15 – There are a lot of good front offices


Ty Anderson is a Bruins writer and personality for 98.5 the Sports Hub. Twitter: @_TyAnderson   4:00 – Bruins have a huge opportunity ahead of them in the fall 8:00 – Bruins primed for a slow start? 15:00 – How the Bruins can create cap space Part 575 20:00 – Ty’s incredible take 24:00 –


Jack Edwards is the voice of the Boston Bruins on NESN and has been full-time since 2007. Twitter: @RealJackEdwards   PART 2: 2:30 – Jack’s preparation for each game 6:45 – Jack’s son Elijah is a technological genius 12:30 – Best Bruins team to cover 17:30 – Worst Bruins team to cover 24:20 – The


Jack Edwards is the well-known signature voice of the Boston Bruins on NESN as the Network’s play-by-play announcer—at least up till the second round of the Playoffs. Then Edwards must cede his duties to the NHL’s broadcast partner NBC. Edwards was a guest on the latest episode of the Bruins Beat Podcast on CLNS Media.


Jack Edwards is the voice of the Boston Bruins on NESN and has been full-time since 2007. Twitter: @RealJackEdwards   PART 1:   5:00 – Jack’s reaction to Game 7 8:15 – What it’s like not calling games after the first round 10:00 – Jack gives his take on why NBC misses the mark with


Matt Castle of Bruins Daily joins the show to talk about the Boston Bruins’ salary cap issues. Twitter: @Matt_Castle22   5:00 – Trading Jaroslav Halak would be smart 11:15 – The biggest problem with trading David Backes that no one’s talking about 17:00 – Don Sweeney’s big decision: Brandon Carlo and Charlie McAvoy or Torey


With the Boston Bruins now in the full swing of the offseason, beyond the draft and development camp and awaiting captain’s practices, there is little left to do but wonder about the future of the team. This week on Bruins Beat, host Evan Marinofsky and guest Mike “Trags” Petraglia of CLNS Media considered how the


Mike Petraglia of CLNS Media joins the show to talk all things Bruins. Twitter: @Trags   3:30 – Trags details his bike accident with a 10-year-old in Cape Cod 7:45 – Trags gives his take on covering the Stanley Cup with two rookie reporters 12:40 – Game 7 Bruins locker room was as sad as


Dale Arnold hosts “Dale & Keefe” weekdays 10 am – 2 pm on WEEI. He’s also the in-studio host for Bruins games on NESN. Twitter: @DaleEArnold   3:15 – Criticism of Bruins beat writers is bad. Media hopping on the Bruins bandwagon be gone! 6:45 – Dale & Evan debate the Bruins’ draft strategy 12:45


Michael Hurley of WBZ and CBS Boston joins the Bruins Beat to discuss how the Bruins lost the Stanley Cup and where this loss ranks with all the others. Twitter: @michaelFhurley   3:15 – The Bruins like to party! 7:00 – The hockey world got screwed by that Game 7 8:30 – Did the Bruins


Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal joins the show to talk about why the Bruins are back in the Stanley Cup Final. Twitter: @ConorRyan_93   4:45 – How do the Bruins handle the layoff? 8:15 – Blues or Sharks? 13:25 – Bates Battaglia is not intelligent 19:45 – How much is Don Sweeney responsible for


Last Friday, CLNS Bruins insider Jimmy Murphy broke the news that the Boston Bruins have been in trade talks with the St. Louis Blues surrounding center Brayden Schenn. In the latest Bruins Beat, Murphy brought in a Blues perspective to give their take and insight on the news. Andy Strickland of Fox Sports Midwest joined


On Thursday night, Boston Bruins legend Rick “Nifty” Middleton will have his number 16 raised to the T.D. Garden rafters. Ray Bourque joined Jimmy Murphy on the latest Bruins Beat on CLNS Media to discuss how much Nifty deserves the ceremony. “It’s long overdue,” said Bourque. “I’m just happy it’s happening because he’s a very


The current NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement is slated to expire on September 15th, 2020. Fear around the league is widespread about there being another possible lockout. Allan Walsh, Co-managing director of Octagon-Hockey and agent for Jaroslav Halak and Jakub Zboril, joined Jimmy Murphy on the latest Bruins Beat to discuss the future end of the


After a surprise 112-point season, the Boston Bruins enter 2018-2019 as legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. But after being bounced in the second round of the playoffs this season the Bruins may need to make a move to take the next step. NBC Sports Boston’s Joe Haggerty is one of many who believe the B’s will make


Today, the Boston Bruins and the Tampa Bay Lightning begin their highly-anticipated second round series with each other. As we wait for Game 1, series predictions are being thrown around like footballs on Thanksgiving. To hear a prediction from the “other side”, Bruins Beat host Jimmy Murphy had Lightninginsider.com writer and longtime Tampa Tribune Lightning beat writer


The Boston Bruins traveled to Philadelphia to take on the Flyers on Easter Sunday. The Bruins were down 2-0 before they scored their first goal. Nolan Patrick scored for the Flyers to make it 3-1 in the third period. However the Bruins show they never quit and tie the game at three. With four seconds


Jake DeBrusk was back on the ice for the Boston Bruins today after missing the last eight games. He came out firing scoring two goals in the win today. Also Ryan Donato, Nick Holden, and Patrice Bergeron scored in the win for the Bruins. The Bruins are still in  first place in the Eastern Conference.


The Boston Bruins have claimed first place in the Eastern Conference. The Boston Bruins have been great all season, and nothing is letting stopping them. The Tampa Bay Lightning didn’t really have a chance tonight in the 4-2 Bruins win at the TD Garden. In the first period the Bruins had 17 shots on goal.


The Boston Bruins beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 in overtime. Tuukka Rask stopped 24 shots in the win. Brad Marchand scored the game-winning goal, and David Pastrnak also had a goal in the win. It was the fifth overtime game-winner for Brad Marchand this season. Patrice Bergeron was back with the Bruins and felt good to be back


Boston Herald Bruins beast writer Steve Conroy joined Murph on the latest Bruins Beat to discuss how the Bruins and Head Coach Bruce Cassidy have essentially overcome their current rash of injuries and survived what’s been a grueling stretch run for the Black and Gold. They also remembered and paid homage to their late friend and colleague


The Boston Bruins clinched a playoff spot. Ryan Donato scored the only goal for the Boston Bruins in his second career NHL game. The Bruins lost 2-1 in overtime but gained a point in the loss. After the game Bruce Cassidy spoke and said “It’s step one. Going into the season we wanted to make


Boston Bruins Injuries Mounting The Boston Bruins needed Patrice Bergeron in the lineup Thursday night against the Florida Panthers. Bergy scores a goal or two in that game and they win it. He scores the tough goals in clutch times. It’s an element of his game, and goal-scoring more specifically, that is often over-looked in


Newly acquired veteran forward Brian Gionta joined Murph to talk about what’s been a storied NHL career and what might still be to come. From his days at Boston College to winning a Stanley Cup with the Devils in 2003; to captaining the B’s hated rivals, the Montreal Canadiens and the epic Game 7 between


The Boston Bruins 8-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins was remarkable in more ways than just what was on teh scoreboard. It’s what wasn’t on the scoreboard that is perhaps most intriguing. No points for Sidney Crosby. No goals, no assists, four shots on goal. This, in a game against one of the best teams


Murph breaks down the Bruins trade for Rick Nash and how it impacts the playoff run.  Bruins Beat is available on iTunes, Stitcher, the CLNS Media Mobile App and www.CLNSMedia.com.


The Boston Bruins got the 5-2 win tonight over the Calgary Flames. Patrice Bergeron, and Riley Nash both had two goals. Zdeno Chara had an empty net goal to seal the win for the Bruins. The Bruins head west and visit Vancouver on Saturday night.


Sara Civian (BruinsDaily, SBNation and College Hockey News) to talk about the streaking Boston Bruins, Tuukka Rask, Bruce Cassidy and what the Bruins may or may not do at the February 26 NHL Trade Deadline.   4:25 Sara on who to watch out for in the College ranks 6:15 Murph and Sara on the Boston sports media


Boston University Men’s Ice Hockey Coach David Quinn on Charlie McAvoy and Who To Watch Out For. :45 Coach Quinn describes his hockey journey 3:10 Coach describes his first coaching job at Northeastern 6:40 First reaction to seeing Charlie McAvoy 10:00 What stands out about McAvoy in the #NHL 18:30 Brady Tkachuk be a player


The Boston Bruins beat the Montreal Canadiens tonight 4-1. David Pastrnak, Ryan Spooner, Brad Marchand, and David Krejci all had goals in the win. Tuukka Rask also played well tonight saving 21 out of the 22 shots. The Bruins are now 2-0 on the season against the Canadiens and play them again Saturday night in


NHL Network and NESN analyst Billy Jaffe joined host Jimmy Murphy this week to discuss the Boston Bruins’ organizational depth and their approach to player development; the reemergence of Tuukka Rask and Bruce Cassidy’s ability to know what buttons to push and when with his players. 2:00 World Juniors 4:40 Charlie McAvoy 6:10 Bruins scouting


The Boston Bruins crushed the Ottawa Senators tonight 5-0. Ryan Spooner had a pair of goals while Noel Acciari, David Kerjci, and Patrice Bergeron all had goals in the shutout. Tuukka Rask had also 25 saves in the win tonight. With that win for Rask tonight he is 10-0-1 in his last 11 games. He


The Boston Bruins beat the Detroit Red Wings at the TD Garden today 3-1. Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand scored for the Boston Bruins in the win. Tuukka Rask had 30 saves in the win. The Bruins had 26 shots on net while the Red Wings had 31.


The Boston Bruins handed the Winnipeg Jets a 2-1 overtime shootout loss behind the stellar work of goalie Tuukka Rask and a game-winning shootout goal from the birthday boy, rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy.  The Bruins entered tonight’s tilt at TD Garden as one of the NHL’s hottest teams, having won three in a row and


The Boston Bruins crushed the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight 7-2 at the TD Garden. The Bruins had goals from Brad Marchand, David Backes, Charlie McAvoy, Danton Heinen, Torey Krug, Patrice Bergeron, and Jake DeBrusk all scored for the Bruins in the win. Tuukka Rask had 16 saves in the win.


Lead singer of the Dropkick Murphys and avid Bruins fan, Ken Casey joined Murph to discuss the state of his favorite team. Is Casey down with the retool on the fly, more speed and finesse and less fighting? Are the millennial Bruins and Boston sports fans spoiled? Murph and Ken discuss that, his new career


In the premiere episode of ‘Espo’s Take’, Phil Esposito and Jimmy Murphy examine the differences between buying and launching an NHL expansion team now compared to when Espo did so finding and launching the Tampa Bay Lightning in 1992. When he was awarded the Lightning a team cost $50 million compared to the astronomical $650


The Boston Bruins lost tonight to the Nashville Predators 5-3. Charlie McAvoy, Zdeno Chara, and David Pastrnak scored for the Bruins in the loss. Anton Khudobin got his first loss of the season tonight. He was pulled from the game for Tuukka Rask after giving up the fourth goal. The Boston Bruins out shot the Predators