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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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Boston Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk has reportedly rescinded a trade request that was made public last November. It's unfair to say there's a straight line to be drawn between Bruce Cassidy being replaced and DeBrusk wanting to stay put, as the forward had a very successful second half of the season after being bumped to the first line. But DeBrusk …
 
Bruins fire Bruce Cassidy. Who will be the next head coach. Do they hire former Providence Bruins coach Jay Leach? He knows the younger players and the system. Do the B's go full rebuild and bring in a College coach like David Quinn or Nate Leaman who is the current head coach at Providence College. Does Pasternak stay of Sweeney is still the GM. W…
 
Last time we lounged into our benign masochism but now we're just sad in a group. Or is it angry in a group? We're venting and trying to go through all the steps of grieving as the Bruins slowly fall apart at the hands of the idiots in charge, Don Sweeney and Cam Neely. Come vent with us!โดย Bearly on Topic
 
It's the conclusion of a look back at Don Sweeney's draft history, and Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren argues 2021 might be the GM's best haul. Sweeney bucked recent draft trends by selecting the best available players with the first couple picks, added some much needed center depth, and dipped his toes back in the Canadian Hockey League f…
 
The Boston Bruins are close to hiring Jim Montgomery as their new head coach, according to multiple sources. Montgomery most recently served as an assistant for the St. Louis Blues, reinvigorating their offensive attack. He began his NHL coaching career with the Dallas Stars, but was let go due to unprofessional conduct. Montgomery is in recovery a…
 
The search for the next Boston Bruins head coach is reportedly down to seven candidates: David Quinn, Jim Montgomery, Jay Leach, Joe Sacco, Spencer Carbery, Mike Vellucci and Greg Cronin. Host Ian McLaren discusses the latter two, who have emerged in the past few days as serious options. Expect an announcement today or tomorrow, prior to the July 4…
 
Locked on Boston Bruins host Ian McLaren continues a look back at Don Sweeney's draft history by focusing on 2018, 2019, and 2020. The Bruins lcked forst-round picks in 2 of those drafts, and might only see 2 players crack the NHL lineup from these 3 years - John Beecher and Mason Lohrei. Anything else would be a bonus. Plus, we may get some clarit…
 
Boston Bruins President Cam Neely announced the team has signed General Manager Don Sweeney to a multi-year contract extension. Many fans are asking why, and Bruins CEO Charlie Jacobs explained it by saying "Under (Don's) management, the Boston Bruins have been one of the winningest franchises in the league and a perennial playoff contender year in…
 
The Boston Bruins appear close to naming a new head coach as David Quinn reportedly met with ownership over the weekend. Host Ian McLaren looks at why he's the leading candidate in the eyes of soon-to-be-extended general manager Don Sweeney, and what went wrong during Quinn's tenure as head coach of the New York Rangers. It won't be a popular hire,…
 
Joe McDonald, of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, joined Gresh and Keefe to discuss his report on Patrice Bergeron, the Bruins rebuild process, offseason moves, the future of David Pastrnak in Boston, and the B's options at head coach.โดย Audacy
 
Boston Bruins captain and Selke Trophy winner Patrice Bergeron is expected to sign a one-year deal to remain with the club for at least the 2022-23 season. Despite the first-round loss, the Bruins had a strong start to 2022, and it looks like they're going to run it back, albeit with a new bench boss. Bergeron's status was a huge question mark for …
 
Continuing a look back at Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney's NHL Entry Draft history. In 2017, he selected Urho Vaakanainen directly ahead of a trio of future top 6 centers. Sweeney did, however, flip the young defenseman this year in a package for Hampus Lindholm. The jury is still out on 2nd round pick Jack Studnicka, who's a restricted …
 
Jeremy Swayman and Charlie McAvoy earned some love in the NHL Awards voting. The Boston Bruins' goalie was named to the NHL's All-Rookie team and finished 5th in Calder Trophy voting, while McAvoy finished 4th in Norris Trophy voting. Host Ian McLaren wonder who'll be the next Bruins player to win a major NHL Award. Another Richard Trophy for David…
 
It's Part 2 of a look back at Don Sweeney's draft history, focusing on 2016 and the Boston Bruins adding a franchise defenseman in Charlie McAvoy. The Bruins also added a promising winger in Oskar Steen late in the draft, but definitely flubbed their second 1st-round pick by taking Trent Frederic over Jordan Kyrou or Alex DeBrincat. They, and every…
 
After wrapping up a series on Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney's trade history, host Ian McLaren turns to the NHL Entry Draft. The 2015 Draft is a major strike against Sweeney, and the picks made and not made still haunt the Bruins. Looking back, though, Jakub Zboril and Jake DeBrusk were properly rated and should still be good pieces for …
 
It's a fun mailbag episode as host Ian McLaren answers questions on: Best/worst Bruins trades in recent memory Favorite / disappointing Bruins memories Bruins' coach hunt Center options Brett Harrison's outlook Plus, the Philadelphia Flyers hired John Tortorella as their new bench boss, and Shea Weber's contract was traded to the Vegas Golden Knigh…
 
Join John And Jeff for this weeks Hockey Update talking about the Stanley Cup Finals and the search for a new coach!!
 
The Boston Bruins are reportedly set to interview 5 guys for their vacant head coach position: Jim Montgomery, Jay Leach, Joe Sacco, Spencer Carbery and David Quinn. Plus, Marc Savard is scheduled to talk to a couple NHL teams after his OHL season with a Game 7 loss in the OHL Championship. Host Ian McLaren brings all the latest on the search for a…
 
Vegas wasted little time snagging one of the best available head coaches. One week after being let go by the Bosto Bruins, the Golden Knights hired Bruce Cassidy as their new bench boss, replacing Pete DeBoer. Locked on Bruins host Ian McLaren and Locked on Golden Knights co-host Chris Gawlik team up to discuss the hire. They chat about Cassidy's r…
 
Continuing a look back at Don Sweeney's trade history by revisiting the 2019 and 2020 NHL trade deadlines. The Boston Bruins acquired some key players (Charlie Coyle, Marcus Johansson) that helped them advance to the Stanley Cup Final in 2019, while their deals with the Anaheim Ducks in 2020 provided lesser results within the context of the Covid-1…
 
Three names have emerged as early candidates for the Boston Bruins head coach position: Jay Leach, Nate Leaman, and Jim Montgomery. Host Ian McLaren discusses all three options, and updates the teams reportedly interested in Bruce Cassidy. Plus. Ian continues his summer series on Don Sweeney's trade history, focusing on the 2018 trade deadline and …
 
Bruce Cassidy wanted to keep coaching the Boston Bruins, and was told everything was "status quo" heading into the offseason. Host Ian McLaren breaks down Cassidy's comments from a zoom call with the media on Thursday, and discusses what changed over the past couple weeks and who's really to blame for the still baffling decision to let him go. Don'…
 
There's been some troubling reports emerging in the aftermath of the Bruce Cassidy firing, and at the top of the list is the notion that David Pastrnak will not sign a contract extension as long as Don Sweeney remains general manager. Host Ian McLaren digs into the report from The Athletic's Fluto Shinzawa, how it became such a hot topic on Twitter…
 
By recommending and executing the dismissal of head coach Bruce Cassidy, Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has put himself next in the firing line. Sweeney was firm in his belief that ownership is committed to winning, and seeing as GMs only get so many coaching hires, any futures failures will be pinned squarely on his shoulders. And right…
 
Peter Blackburn, of Bally Sports, joined Gresh and Keefe to discuss the state of the Boston Bruins after firing head coach Bruce Cassidy, the direction of the Bruins, Bruce Cassidy's weaknesses as a head coach, and whether or not fans want an explanation from Bruins ownership.โดย Audacy
 
The Boston Bruins fired head coach Bruce Cassidy on Monday after a fairly successful regular season and a Game 7 loss to the widely favored Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the playoffs. The reasoning? According to general manager Don Sweeney, the team needs a "new voice" and there was a perceived lack of belief in certain young players. H…
 
Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron won his record-breaking 5th Selke Trophy Award as the NHL's best defensive forward. The humble 36-year-old credited teammates and coaches for the win, while reiterating he's taking some time to think about his playing future. Either he continues playing at this high level, or he goes out at the top of his game…
 
Matt Grzelcyk, Charlie McAvoy & Mike Reilly undergo off season surgery. Patrice Bergeron becomes the only player to win the Selke Trophy as the NHL's top defensive forward five times. What does the future hold for the B's captain. A look at the Bruins prospects.โดย Bleav Podcast Network
 
Is David Krejci seriously thinking about returning to the Boston Bruins? In a tweet posted by his Czech club HC Olomouc, Krejci said "Today I'm flying to the USA, I'll have another beer on the way to celebrate the bronze and then I'll be calmly thinking what to do next. There is plenty of time and a lot of possibilities, one of which is very real a…
 
Continuing a look back at Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney's trade history. Today, host Ian McLaren reflects on small splashes made at the 2016 and 2017 NHL trade deadlines, with mixed results. Plus, the New York Rangers surprised in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, and trade candidate Mark Scheifele appears to be off the trade market. Support …
 
Being firmly in summer mode two weeks after the Bruins first round exit, we're talking about different pieces of information disseminated by the team after break-up week...very slowly. There's a lot of information and instead of inundating you, dear listeners, we've decided to break it down in bite sized pieces. This time we're talking about injuri…
 
As Team Czechia celebrated a bronze medal win with a beer tour in Prague on Tuesday, David Pastrnak asked David Krejci if he would be returning to the Boston Bruins next season. Krejci's response: a smile. What does it mean?? Host Ian McLaren breaks it down, and looks back at Krejci's comments about head coach Bruce Cassidy not putting he and Pastr…
 
David Krejci and David Pastrnak took to social media to tease Krejci's return to Boston. Would Krejci have to clear waivers for a return? Could he get picked up by another team? Brad Marchand had surgery on both hips and will be out 6 months. Could return by Christmas, but will he be 100%? Don Sweeney's contract expired. Will he the GM next season?…
 
Watching Ryan Lindgren help the New York Rangers advance to the Eastern Conference Finals triggered some 20/20 hindsight when it comes to recent trades. Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has made some big ones since taking over in 2015, and host Ian McLaren begins his look at big deals that week involving the likes of Milan Lucic, Dougie Ha…
 
On May 27, Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips. Recovery time is approximately six months. Host Ian McLaren discusses the surgery through the lens of Tampa Bay Lightning forward Brayden Point, who had both hips repaired back in 2019. Plus, David Pastrnak and David Krejci are bronze…
 
It's yearbook season, and several Boston Bruins are being honored with superlatives today: class clown, cutest couple, life of the party, most changed, most likely to succeed, and best performance. Plus, a check in on how Jeremy Swayman, David Pastrnak, and Linus Ullmark fared in the quarterfinals at the World Championship. Support Us By Supporting…
 
There will be a few big name centers available via free agency as the Boston Bruins look to address an area of need this offseason. Holes down the middle will become even bigger if Patrice Bergeron retires. Today, a look at some of the options, including Nazem Kadri, Claude Giroux, Evgeni Malkin, and a Prius. But do they even have the cap space to …
 
Join Jeff Mannix and John Williams with special guest Justin Pelletier with The Raleigh News for this weeks hockey update!
 
David Pastrnak turns 26 today, and the Boston Bruins winger is on track to crack the top 10 in goals scored by a Bruin as early as next season. Looking back at the 2014 NHL Draft, pastrnak could have gone as high as 2nd overall, and his next contract will reflect how valuable he is to the Bruins. Plus, Pastrnak and Boston's two goalies will play in…
 
Jeremy Swayman and David Pastrnak went over to Finland to represent their home countries at the World Championship, and they continue to play at a high level. Pastrnak thriving alongside David Krejci doesn't mean the center is coming back to the Boston Bruins, though, Plus, host Ian McLaren answers questions about a Nick Foligno buyout, the possibi…
 
If the unthinkable happens and Patrice Bergeron decides to retire, should the Boston Bruins be open to trade offers for Brad Marchand? Host Ian McLaren thinks so, and Marchand himself replied to a tweet on this very topic over the weekend. Here's what happened, and the rationale behind this "tough take." Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built…
 
Boston Bruins President Cam Neely met with the media on Thursday, expressing disappointment from ownership in regards to an early playoff exit. While General Manager Don Sweeney is expected to be extended in the coming days, Neely was non-committal about Bruce Cassidy and the coaching staff, saying "we need make some changes." Does that mean change…
 
Andrew Raycroft, of NESN, joined Gresh and Keefe to discuss the future of Patrice Bergeron, Bruce Cassidy's relationship with his team, the performance of Don Sweeney and his future as general manager, the possible return of David Krejci, the cost of keeping David Pastrnak, and more on how the Bruins could look next season.…
 
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