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The Locked On Bruins Podcast is a daily Boston Bruins show hosted by Ian McLaren (@iancmclaren). Insights, interviews, news and perspective on your favorite hockey team and the NHL in general, with some fun stuff sprinkled in on the side -- you'll find it all on Locked On Bruins, your home for all things Spoked B. Follow @LockedNHLBruins on Twitter and Instagram for episode updates and more. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your team. Every day.
 
A credentialed Boston Bruins & NHL show focused on game analysis, statistics, prospect info & all around Bruins talk brought to you by the crew from SB Nation's Stanley Cup of Chowder. No hot takes, just educated, informative hockey talk. Follow our articles on StanleyCupofChowder.com. Have questions, suggestions or want to be a guest? Reach out to @cbeswick on Twitter. Thanks for listening and please take a few seconds to leave a rating/review/RT.
 
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Taylor Hall inadvertently got the Colorado Avalanche off their game after an injurious but clean hit on Nathan MacKinnon in the first period on Wednesday. The Boston Bruins were able to take advantage of Colorado's undisciplined play in the second period, but ultimately could not hold off the Avalanche's offensive attack. Host Ian McLaren discusses…
 
After having no follow through on picking games to talk about, we briefly go through the seven games of the past two weeks because a lot of stuff happened. And yes we talk about that game (quickly) more because the Willie O'Ree banner raising is important.We also talk about ideal playoff positioning for an immoveable East. And we add a little chat …
 
As the Boston Bruins kick off a 3-game road trip, host Ian McLaren is answering some key mailbag questions: what's the biggest area of need, will Tuukka Rask shake off the rust, and is Claude Giroux a trade target? Plus, Brad Marchand talked about some great advice given to him by Ray Bourque that has led him to become a fan favourite, and a look a…
 
The Boston Bruins ended a long homestand with a 5-3 loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Monday, and both Tuukka Rask and head coach Bruce Cassidy admitted the goalie's game is not where it needs to be. The catch-22 is he needs to play through it to get back to a high level, and the Bruins may face some setbacks on the ice in the meantime. Good news is the…
 
While the Boston Bruins and their fans were fearing the worst about Brad Marchand's seemingly injured shoulder, the MVP-worthy winger didn't even miss a game, suiting up for Saturday's win over the Winnipeg Jets. The 3rd line stepped up in this one, and Jake DeBrusk-Charlie Coyle-Oskar Steen seems like a keeper trio were it not for that pesky trade…
 
The Boston Bruins earned a huge bounce back win over the Washington Capitals following an embarassing loss to Carolina on Tuesday. It wasn't all good news, though, as Brad Marchand sustained an upper-body injury that appeared to be pretty serious. Jake DeBrusk stepped up and earned Big Bear honors, while Charlie McAvoy scored the game winner with t…
 
Brad Marchand chirped both the Carolina Hurricanes and Vincent Trochek on social media this week. It's hilarious, but would be even more so if the Bruins hadn't been embarassed on home ice by the Canes and didn't sit well below them in the standings. An update of the Eastern Conference Power Rankings shows exactly where the Bruins rank among playof…
 
All-Time Bruin Mike Milbury joins the Greg Hill Show to discuss the current Bruins goaltending tandem that he has faith in down the stretch, the timetable on Tuukka returning to form after taking time off, and how the team would improve if they brought back David Krejci.על ידי Audacy
 
The Boston Bruins were flat out embarrased by the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesdat, losing 7-1 on home ice after an emotional and inspiring jerset retirement ceremony for Willie O'Ree. The whole team played poorly, and Patrice Bergeron called it a "burn the tape" game. Willie O'Ree earned Big Bear of the Night honors, and host Ian McLaren is once a…
 
The Boston Bruins will retire Willie O'Ree's #22 prior to tonight's game against the Carolina Hurricanes. Host Ian McLaren reflects on O'Ree's legacy and reads an excerpt from his book on his first game with the Bruins 64 years ago today. Connor Clifton is ready to return after a bout with Covid, Karson Kuhlman was plucked off the waiver wire, Brad…
 
Boston Bruins head coach wants the Bruins to "work, win, have fun." That mantra is certainly paying off as the team has won 5 in a row following a thrilling OT victory over the Nashville Predators on Saturday. Taylor Hall scored the game winner and is certainly buying in to Cassidy's preaching, and "Big Bear" Urho Vaakanainen is emerging as a poten…
 
David Pastrnak was so excited to have Tuukka Rask back in the Boston Bruins' net, he told the him he'd record a hat trick in the goalie's season debut. And that's exactly what he did. Rask earned Big Bear honors in the win over the Philadelphia Flyers, Pastrnak is most certainly back to his scoring ways, and the Bruins overcame missing three regula…
 
The Montreal Canadiens were no match for the red-hot Boston Bruins on Wednesday. Brad Marchand recorded a hat trick and Curtis Lazar earned Big Bear of the Night honors with a 2-goal, 3-point performance. The Bruins are getting production from the top line left wing all the way down to fourth line right wing (with the exception of the third line), …
 
Sarah Griffin returns to Locked on Boston Bruins to chat about: Her new job with the NHL Tuukka Rask's comeback Jake DeBrusk's trade request Boston's success in 2022. Pursuing Evander Kane And so much more! The Bruins are back in action tonight against the Montreal Canadiens, but Linus Ullmark will get the start. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponso…
 
Tuukka Rask signed a 1-year, $1-million deal with the Boston Bruins for the balance of this season. Host Ian McLaren breaks down the news and what it means for Linus Ullmark and Jeremy Swayman. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Primal Origin Oils Primal Origin Oils – Got Beard, Get Primal! Stop the itch and make your beard look healthy & groom…
 
The early part of the 2021-22 season was not kind to the Boston Bruins, with a wonky schedule, trade requests, a suspension and a lengthy Covid pause. The Bruins have come out flying in 2022, though, thanks to some key lineup moves that have helped turn things around and possibly save Bruce Cassidy from hitting the hot seat. On today's podcast, a l…
 
The Boston Bruins have struggled against the top teams in the NHL so far this season. On Saturday, they went into Tampa and beat the Lightning without Charlie McAvoy in easily the most encouraging win to date. David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and Linus Ullmark all came up big in this one. Up next: the Washington Capitals. Plus, the Bruins have been of…
 
The Boston Bruins lost their first game of 2022 on Thursday, a 3-2 decison at the hands of the Minnesota Wild. The big story in this one was an injurious hit by Trent Frederic on Kirill Kaprizov - the 4th liner's energy was a net negative. Plus, Tuukka Rask was meant to start tonight in Providence but that game was delayed due to Covid. And David K…
 
Tuukka Rask is officially back in the Boston Bruins organization, signing a pro tryout with Providence. Rask will get the start Friday as he works his way back to the Bruins' lineup. Host Ian McLaren discusses what this means for the team's goaltending depth, what might happen to Jeremy Swayman, and whether Linus Ullmark could be approached to wave…
 
The Boston Bruins contined their winning ways in 2022 by defeating the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday. David Pastrnak scored the winner in spectacular fashion, earning Big Bear honors and infusing more life into the rejuvenated black and gold. Plus, some mailbag questions on the new lines, Jake DeBrusk and Zach Senyshyn trade opportunities, and what …
 
As the Boston Bruins get set to host the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday at TD Garden, host Ian McLaren takes a look at where they rank in the Eastern Conference after a nice start to the new year. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free…
 
With two games in two days to begin 2022, the Boston Bruins grabbed all 4 points in convincing fashion, albeit against lesser opponents. The new-look lines paid off huge for Bruce Cassidy and a number of Bruins contributed offensively in the pair of wins, and they'll need to keep it going with some tough opponents coming up later this week. Find ou…
 
It wasn't looking good for the Boston Bruins after 40 minutes Saturday against Buffalo, but they rallied to tie things up in the third period before Charlie Coyle ended it in overtime. Some big goals were scored by players who really needed to find the back of the net, and the Bruins started the new year on a good note as the fanbase was starting t…
 
2021 certainly had no shortage of Boston Bruins talking points, and host Ian McLaren is looking back at all the highs and lows for the black and gold. Plus, with Brandon Carlo and Charlie Coyle back from Covid protocols, the Bruins will ice a full lineup Saturday vs. the Buffalo Sabres, but with some very interesting line combinations. Oh, and circ…
 
Mike Milbury's weekly visit - this week chatting with hosts Rob Bradford and Ken Laird - included discussion of Brad Marchand's outspoken Olympic thoughts, Tuukka Rask's near-return with the B's, and a trip down memory lane regarding the 1979 shoe beating incident.על ידי Audacy
 
Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand took to Twitter to lay out his argument against NHL players not being allowed to go to the Olympics. Meanwhile, Taylor Hall is looking to have a shoot first mentality when the Bruins resume play, and Brandon Carlo has returned to practice, leaving Charlie Coyle as the lone player still on the Covid list. Support U…
 
As the Boston Bruins prepare for a New Year's Day game against the Buffalo Sabres, host Ian McLaren is naming the 2021 Player of the Year and the recipient should be no surprise. Plus, Patrice Bergeron is disappointed over not going to the Olympics and Fabian Lysell has yet to make his World Junior debut. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetO…
 
Many Boston Bruins gathered for practice at Warrior Ice Arena on Sunday after the league-mandate Covid break, but some players remain out and Charlie Coyle was added to the list. Another Bruins game has been postponed, bringing the total to 6 and setting up a very busy 2022 portion of the schedule. Plus, Tuukka Rask is getting closer to game shape …
 
Another Boston Bruins 2015 first round draft has requested a trade. Zach Senyshyn has joined Jake DeBrusk in asking Don Sweeney for a change of scenery. Curiously, they both have the same agent. Host Ian McLaren breaks down Senyshyn's comments to Providence Bruins reporter Mark Divver, and takes a look at why Senyshyn is discontent and why he does …
 
The NHL and the NHLPA announced Wednesday that their players will not be going to the 2022 Winter Games in China. While certain prominent members of the Boston Bruins won't be able to chase an Olympic medal, it does open up dates for make up games caused by the Covid-19 pause in the schedule. Plus, Cam Neely addressed the media and touched on a num…
 
It 's been anything but a typical season for the Boston Bruins to date, with several new faces, a light early schedule, injuries, a suspension, a trade request, and now a pause due to Covid-19. Head coach Bruce Cassidy expects things to settle down and tighten up once play resumes, but while the underlying numbers are strong, it will be tough to ca…
 
The Boston Bruins have 9 players and 2 staff members out with Covid-19, prompting a shutdown of all team activities through Dec. 26. General Manager Don Sweeney met with the media Saturday evening to discuss the situation. Topics addressed include boosters. the trade freeze, and whether they can realistically play on Dec. 27th against the Pittsburg…
 
With 7 players on the Covid list, the Bostin Bruins fell 3-1 to the New York Islanders on Thursday, but not without some fight - literally, in Nick Foligno's case. Still, they couldn't beat Semyon Varlamov until the last minute and failed to grab a point. They're heading back to Boston today as Saturday's game against the Montreal Canadiens has bee…
 
Jeremy Swayman, Anton Blidh and Trent Frederic have joined patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Craig Smith in Covid-19 protocols ahead of a scheduled 3-game road trip for the Boston Bruins. Host Ian McLaren updates the projected lineup for Thursday's game against the New York Islanders amid concerns about a weekend trip to Canada for the black and …
 
Former goaltender and current NESN Analyst Andrew Raycroft joined Gresh and Keefe amid continuing COVID issues for the Boston Bruins. Razor discusses the idea of pushing games down the schedule while the B's deal with protocols, and the effect it can have on players.על ידי Audacy
 
Former Bruins coach & defenseman Mike Milbury joins for his weekly visit, and weighs in on Greg Hill's scoop about Bruce Cassidy dressing down a player. Mike also talks about the state of the Bruins which now include key players out due to Covid.על ידי Audacy
 
More bad news for the Boston Bruins on Wednesday as Patrice Bergeron joined Brad Marchand and Craig Smith in Covid-19 protocols. The Bruins are scheduled to play the New York Islanders tonight, and the door is wide open for several players to step up and make an impact, including Taylor Hall, Nick Foligno, Eric Haula and Jake DeBrusk. Host Ian McLa…
 
With Brad Marchand and Craig Smith in Covid-19 protocols, the Boston Bruins failed to rise to the challenge in a stinker vs. the Vegas Golden Knights. Head coach Bruce Cassidy described it as the team "standing still" and host Ian McLaren pinpoints one Bruins player that emerged as a Big Bear in the loss. Plus, some mailbag questions about Mike Rei…
 
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