WILMINGTON — Bruins prospects at the team’s fifth annual development camp at Ristuccia Arena today learned a lot about their skating ability during the second on-ice session.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Marc Cantin doesn’t have to wonder what the Bruins organization thinks of him.
The Bruins have already expressed how impressed they are.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — While working mostly with the defensemen as assistant coach for the Bruins’ Providence (AHL) farm club under Rob Murray, Bruce Cassidy has helped mold some key contributors to the organization’s success and the 2011 Stanley Cup championship squad.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — There are some prospects at the Bruins’ fifth annual development camp this weekend, with little or no professional experience, who have flown by Zach Hamill on the organization’s depth chart.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Here’s a plea to David Warsofsky’s night-school history teacher, if he or she reads this blog.
Please excuse David from some of his homework responsibilities this weekend.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — A year ago, Jared Knight showed up at Bruins development camp the week after the organization used a second-round pick to draft him weighing in at around 180 pounds.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Bruins prospects and coaches alike were wowed by the power-skating instruction of new coach Besa Tsintsadze today during the first on-ice session of Boston’s fifth annual development camp at Ristuccia Arena.
WILMINGTON — The first day of Bruins development camp was a time for off-ice testing and an hour of hockey drills yesterday.
Like last year’s No. 2 overall pick Tyler Seguin before him, 2011 Bruins first-round draft pick Dougie Hamilton is joining a winning organization with no pressure to step in and make a difference at the NHL level right away.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Tommy Cross has been attending Bruins development camps for so long, the first one he showed up at was the very first one.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — It’s somewhat amazing to a mere mortal sports writer that Bruins 2009 sixth-round draft pick Tyler Randell can even lift his arms, let alone compete at the team’s development camp.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — The Bruins’ prospects opened the fifth-annual development camp at Ristuccia Arena today.
Over the next couple years, we should witness a changing of the guard on the Bruins’ back line.
We might look back at this upcoming weekend as a crucial time once that transformation happens.
Bruins 2011 first-round pick Dougie Hamilton and second-round pick Alexander Khokhlachev — aka KoKo — highlight the 24-player lineup for the club’s development camp which will be held at the Ristuccia Arena practice facility July 7-11.