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Boston Bruins Tickets

The Boston Bruins, founded in 1924, are the third oldest team in the NHL in existence and the oldest team in the United States. The Bruins have an array of accomplishments spread out all over their history, so it is hard to pick just one era. Overall they have won their division 25 times, most recently in 2014. The Bruins have also won the Presidents' Trophy twice, 1990, and 2014. Since the league went to Conference format the Bruins have won the Eastern Conference four times- 1988, 1990, 2011, and 2013. In addition, the Bruins have also won the Stanley Cup six times- 1929, 1939, 1941, 1970, 1972, and 2011. The general manager is Don Sweeney and the head coach is Claude Julien. The Bruins currently play at the TD Center, founded in 1995.

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Winter Classic: Chicago Blackhawks vs. Boston Bruins
Tuesday, Jan 01, 2019 at TBA
Tuesday, Jan 01, 2019 at TBA

Currently, the Boston Bruins are just coming down from a nice long run of success. Last season, 2015, was the first time the Bruins missed the playoffs since 2007. During this run of success, the Bruins signature season was the 2011, the year in which they won their most recent Stanley Cup, defeating the Vancouver Canucks in seven games. Looking at the roster situation, many say it might be time for a rebuild of the Bruins, although maybe not quite yet. The roster does lean on the older side though. The captain is 38-year-old Zdeno Chara, and who knows how long he is going to play for.

The Boston Bruins had a “ho hum” 2016-2017 season, finishing the year with 95 points, good for seventh place in the Eastern Conference. They promptly lost to the Ottawa Senators in six games in round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Nothing to see here, move along. This is another team that is in danger of getting caught in a web of mediocrity. All of their best players are in the prime of their careers, or at the end of them. Case in point, their best player, 32-year-old center Patrice Bergeron. Also case in point, 40-year-old defensemen Zdeno Chara. For the draft, they went defense, adding Urho Vaakanainen with the 18th overall selection. But they need a lot more. The Bruins need to get younger, and they need to get younger fast. For the moment, this team is trending down, not up.