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Locked On Bruins podcast is your daily podcast that drops the puck and keeps you ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Boston Bruins and the National Hockey League. Hosted by Ian McLaren, the Locked On Bruins podcast provides your daily Bruins fix with expert perspective, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Bruins franchise, including exciting interviews and fun stuff sprinkled on the side. Locked On Bruins takes you beyond ...
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Based on expectations heading into 2023-24 , it's fair to say more went right than wrong for the Boston Bruins this past season. Many didn't think they'd make the playoffs after the departures of Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, Taylor Hall, and others. Instead, they made it to the second round. So, what went right? It all begins with Jeremy Swayman…
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NESN's Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Fauria to discuss the Bruins elimination loss to the Panthers on Friday night, personnel vs. execution, the B's offseason spending, if the Bruins overachieved, David Pastrnak's playoff performances, potential offseason moves that need to be addressed, and Jeremy Swayman's contract to the Bruins.…
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The Boston Bruins brass addressed the media Wednesday and echoed a common sentiment around this team: disappointment over losing to the Florida Panthers in Round 2, but also pleased with what they accomplished in a transition year and hopeful about the future. Head coach Jim Montgomery will be back behind the bench, and team president Cam Neely and…
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Before apparently heading off on a boys trip, Boston Bruins players met with the media and had a lot of positive things to say about the 2023-24 experience. From captain Brad Marchand to the new core of David Pastrnak, Jeremy Swayman, and Charlie McAvoy and right on down to guys unlikely to return, there a lot of good to take away despite the secon…
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It's shaping up to be a fascinating offseason for the Boston Bruins. Jake DeBrusk is set to become an unrestricted free agent, trade talk continues to swirl around Linus Ullmark, and Don Sweeney will have quite a bit of cap space to work with to help improve a team that lost in Round Two to the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Locked o…
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Yes, the Boston Bruins are out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs after losing Game 6 to the Florida Panthers in heartbreaking fashion. But, on the whole, 2023-24 was pretty decent considering the high roster turnover and low expectations heading into the the season. Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren breaks down the loss to the Panthers and how it …
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NESN's Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Fauria to discuss the arrest of Scottie Scheffler, Razor's "do you know who I am?" moment, tonight's Bruins Game 6 matchup with the Panthers, the chances Brad Marchand returns to the ice tonight, the B's approach with physicality tonight, the Bruins getting off to a quick start, how Jim Montgomery adjusts the…
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Boston Bruins captain Brad Marchand is hopeful to play Game 6 tonight against the Florida Panthers after missing the previous two contests with an upper-body injury suffered at the hands of Sam Bennett, specifically his right fist. Marchand was taking the high road, saying it's part of playoff hockey, but added Bennett got away with one after not b…
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The Boston Bruins are likely getting captain Brad Marchand back for Game 6 of their series against the Florida Panthers. Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren is joined today by Scott McLaughlin of WEEI to discuss Marchand's status, and what the captain was saying about the Sam Bennett incident after practice on Thuirsday. Ian and Scott also dis…
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It's not over until the goalie hug is replaced with a handshake line. The Boston Bruins staved off elimination with a Game 5 win over the Florida Panthers thanks to Charlie McAvoy's best games of the National Hockey League Playoffs and another fantastic performance by Jeremy Swayman. The Bruins were also intent on making sure captain Brad Marchand …
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Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney did not at all come out swinging on Monday, deciding to stick to protocols and not say anything that would warrant a fine from the National Hockey League. Sad, because the club should have legit gripes over how the Sam Bennett / Brad Marchand incident was handled, and the goaltender interference non-call on…
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NESN's Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Fauria to discuss last night's Bruins Game 4 loss, the mindset of the goaltender Jeremy Swayman, the goaltender interference rule, if the rule will get further explanation, Sam Bennett's controversial hit on Brad Marchand, the Bruins missed opportunities in Game 4, and who in the B's locker room needs to go "…
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While it's true the Boston Bruins are being outplayed by a better Florida Panthers team in the second round series of the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup Playoffs, it's also true the Bruins are getting hosed by the officials and the so-called Department of Player Safety. Locked on Bruins host argues Sam Bennett shouldn't have been in Game 4 af…
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Things aren't looking good for the Boston Bruins. They lost Game 3 by a score of 6-2 to the Florida Panthers, and captain Brad Marchand is day-to-day after an apparent sucker punch delivered by Sam Bennett. The Bruins were unable to generate much offensively, and have been dominated in the series against the Panthers in terms of the underlying numb…
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The Boston Bruins will go as far as David Pastrnak, Charlie McAvoy, and Jeremy Swayman can take them. Ahead of Game 3 against the Florida Panthers, Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren checks in on each and the impact they've made in the playoffs so far, and specifically how the Game 2 loss could shape tonight's National Hockey League Playoff t…
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NESN's Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Adam Jones to discuss the physicality at the end of Game 2, why David Pastrnak decided to step up and fight Matthew Tkachuk, the issues with Charlie McAvoy, the Bruins being called for "too many men on the ice" penalties, the latest on the B's goaltender rotation, and tonight's Game 3 matchup.…
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The Boston Bruins were outclassed in Game 2, losing 6-1 to the Florida Panthers. Before the National Hockey League Playoff series shifts to Boston for Game 3, Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren is breaking down the good, bad, and ugly from the Game 2 loss. The Bruins were awful defensively and hung Jeremy Swayman out to dry, and weren't able …
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The Boston Bruins statistically have the best chance of advancing to Round 2 of the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup Playoffs after a huge road win to begin their series with the Florida Panthers. The vibes around the Bruins are off the charts at the moment, and they're embracing the underdog status they've been given in this series. Jeremy Swa…
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WEEI Bruins Insider Scott McLaughlin joins Gresh and Fauria to discuss last night's Bruins 5-1 Game 1 win over the Maple Leafs, the play of Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, the contract of Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman, the Bruins mindset this season compared to last, adjustments the Panthers make, and the adjustments the Bruins could make.…
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The Boston Bruins could not have asked for a better start to their second round playoff series against the Florida Panthers. Just 2 days after an emotional Game 7 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins were out there dropping 5 goals on Sergei Bobrovsky, and from some unlikely names like Justin Brazeau, Mason Lohrei, Morgan Geekie, and…
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For the second year in a row, we have a playoff series between the Boston Bruins and the Florida Panthers. This was made possible by Boston NOT blowing a 3-1 series lead to the Toronto Maple Leafs. On today's podcast, Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren is joined by Armando Velez of Locked on Florida Panthers to preview this rematch. Topics in…
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David Pastrnak stepped up, alright. After being called out by Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery after Game 6, Pastrnak broke through the Toronto Maple Leafs defense in Game 7 to score to overtime series winner off a beautiful set play executed by Hampus Lindholm. Lindholm played one of his best games as a Bruin, adding an earlier game-tying g…
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NESN's Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Fauria to discuss the Boston Bruins, last night's Game 6 loss, the Bruins lack of shots taken, defenseman Charlie McAvoy's position on the Maple Leafs first goal last night, the Bruins faceoff losses, the B's issues in the first period, the Bruins play on the powerplay, the role of Brad Marchand heading into …
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For the second year in a row, the Boston Bruins have blown a 3-1 series lead. No team in NHL, NBA, or MLB history has done this in consecutive years. Head coach Jim Montgomery directly called out David Pastrnak after a Game 6 loss, saying "Your best players need to be your best players this time of year." While he's not wrong, the Bruins also came …
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The Boston Bruins simply can't afford to blow another 3-1 series lead. Expectations weren't sky high coming into this season, but the Bruins have exceeded them all along the way, building up a 3-1 series lead over a Toronto Maple Leafs club with Stanley Cup aspirations. But even in this transition season, the Bruins can't allow what happened last y…
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Faced with an opportunity to finish off a Toronto Maple Leafs team playing without Auston Matthews, the Boston Bruins were MIA to begin Game 5 and just couldn't get it together in an eventual OT loss. Jim Montgomery is rightfully facing criticism for a couple lineup changes, but this game was lost because Boston's best players were not very good at…
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Even with a commanding 3-1 series lead over a seemingly dead in the water Toronto Maple Leafs team, there are whispers of a 2023 collapse hanging around the Boston Bruins. That's why it's imperative to win Game 5 tonight. Don't let there be any hope on the Toronto side, and don't let anyone around the Bruins start to think "here we go again" after …
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The Boston Bruins hold a 3-1 series lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs and can advance to Round Two with a win on Tuesday. Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren is joined by former theScore colleague Arun Srinivasan (Leafs Nation) to break down the series so far and take a look ahead to Game 5. Topics discussed include: How the Bruins have a buil…
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The Boston Bruins played a near perfect playoff road game to to a 3-1 series lead over a very flummoxed Toronto Maple Leafs squad on Saturday. Captain Brad Marchand put in another fantastic performance and took the franchise lead in playoff goals as his team remained calm, poised, and solid throughout. Meanwhile, the Maple Leafs grew increasingly f…
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Game 4. Boston Bruins @ Toronto Maple Leafs. Saturday night. And Belle Fraser from The Hockey News is here to preview the pivotal tilt with Locked on Bruins host Ian McLaren. They discuss whether to abandon the goalie rotation and start Jeremy Swayman or go back to Linus Ullmark, as well as Brad Marchand's performance in Game 3, the importance of s…
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All hail the rat king. Boston Bruins captain Brad Marchand stepped up HUGE in a 4-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, helping his team gain a 2-1 series lead in the process. Marchand scored a pair of goals while getting under Toronto's skin and in the Maple Leafs' heads. The series is far from over, but Marchand was everything you wanted to see fro…
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It's now a best of 5 series between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs, and there's a couple players facing pressure heading into Game 3: Brad Marchand and Mitch Marner. Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren breaks down why Marner is feeling heat in Toronto, and how Marchand can write his own story as team captain by winning this playoff …
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Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery stuck to his goalie rotation and gave Linus Ullmark the start in Game 2. The reigning Vezina winner was very solid, but very few goalies could have stopped that Auston Matthews gamer winner. The bigger issue for the Bruins? The Leafs are controlling play at 5 on 5, and they're not making life difficult enough…
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The Boston Bruins decisively won Game 1 by a score of 5-1 over the Toronto Maple Leafs thanks to secondary scoring, power play success, and Jeremy Swayman's 35-save performance. Jake DeBrusk led the way with 2 PPG's and an assist, while fellow DOn Sweeney draft picks John Beecher, Brandon Carlo, and Trent Frederic also scored. Swayman was excellent…
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Here we go again. The Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs will meet in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the fourth time in 11 years, and Ian McLaren of Locked on Bruins and Mike DiStefano of Locked on Maple Leafs get together to preview the series. Ian and Mike discuss: Biggest storylines Key players to watch Key stats X Factors Pr…
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Here we go again! The Boston Bruins will host the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Saturday, so we're playing a round of "what's more likely?" on today's episode. Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren argues Boston's goaltending makes it more likely that the Bruins will win, then counters that by arguing Toronto's "co…
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