Photo: Undrafted free agent signing Noel Acciari had a productive first season with the Boston Bruins organization, playing in 19 games with the big club (courtesy Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire).
The early days of the Claude Julien era in Boston were highlighted by a wave of young players breaking into the lineup, a group headlined by the likes of Brad Marchand, Johnny Boychuk, David Krejci, Milan Lucic, and Adam McQuaid. The group was instrumental in the Bruins winning the 2011 Stanley Cup. Read more»
Photo: Boston Bruins prospect Peter Cehlarik had a career high 20 points in 46 games for Lulea of the SHL this past season. The third round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft also had five points in 11 playoff games. (courtesy Lulea Hockey/Champions Hockey League via Getty Images)
It has been a year of rising stock among the Boston Bruins’ NCAA prospects.
Of the 11 Bruins prospects spread throughout college hockey, many have enjoyed career seasons. Nine of those players helped their respective teams to NCAA tournament appearances.
Photo: St. Cloud State University goaltender Charlie Lindgren will try to lead the Huskies to their second Frozen Four appearance in the past four years as they take on Ferris State to begin the West Regional (courtesy of Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
The West Regional of the 2016 NCAA Hockey Tournament features a pair of lesser-known schools in the early game, and two, more traditional college hockey powers going head-to-head in the second game on Saturday. Read more»
Photo: Boston College defenseman and Florida Panthers prospect Ian McCoshen has improved his offensive production each season, with his 2015-16 output totaling 16 points in 38 games to date (courtesy of Richard T. Gagnon/Getty Images)
In the 2015-16 season, there are 65 NHL-drafted defensemen playing in the NCAA. The 10 defensemen ranked here represent nine NHL teams, with the Boston Bruins having two prospects ranked, the most of any NHL team. The rankings are based on overall developmental progress, season performance, and NHL potential. Unless otherwise noted, all stats are current as of Mar. 21st. Read more»
Photo: Colin Miller’s stock has increased considerably since he was selected in the 5th round (151st overall) of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. (Courtesy of Philippe Bouchard)
The 2015-16 season has been a campaign of transition for the Boston Bruins. Parting ways with lineup regulars Milan Lucic, Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell, Dougie Hamilton, Carl Soderberg, and Reilly Smith has led to a new look for the Bruins, who missed the postseason for the first time in eight years last spring. Read more»