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This weekend, Bruins prospects travelled to Buffalo to play in the fourth annual Prospects Challenge. The kids have done pretty well, winning their first two games against Pittsburgh and Buffalo, respectively. They play one more game today against New Jersey. Continue reading
With the draft approaching, we decided it was time to rank some prospects and write some profiles. We’re going to rank the first 45 picks. If you’re curious how we came up with the draft order, three of us ranked players, and we averaged the ranks out. The Bruins pick 14th, somewhere between 27 and 30 depending on how the Sharks do, and 49th this year. Continue reading
Hopefully Donnie does better than Peter did.
With the draft approaching, we decided it was time to rank some prospects and write some profiles.
This will likely be the last installment of the Prospects Roundup, unless Jeremy Lauzon makes a come back from his neck injury.
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The NHL draft lottery is tonight! Will the Bruins get stupid lucky? Will Toronto get a top-3 pick? Will Edmonton get the #1 pick again? Will Austin Matthews play for his hometown Coyotes?
We also have manatee hockey as the Bolts host the Islanders, and the Crosby-vs-Ovechkin-except-everyone-else-is-scoring rivalry continues this evening! We got:
Islanders @ Lightning, 3:00ET, Islanders lead 1-0
NHL Draft Lottery, 8:00ET (right before the game, CBC and NBC)
Crosbys @ Ovechkins, 8:00ET, Ovechkins lead 1-0
And There Were Two…
Okay, so technically there would be three Bruins prospects left in post season play, but more important than junior hockey is the health of Jeremy Lauzon, whose Rouyn-Noranda Huskies are tied 1-1 the with Moncton Wildcats.