The Antonio Brown Social Media Cycle From @RealAlexBarth

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HomieCast 25 with Jimmy Dalpiaz, Brendan, Connor and Chris McCarthy and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 12/2/19

HomieCast 25 with Jimmy Dalpiaz, Brendan, Connor and Chris McCarthy and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 12/2/19


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Check Out: Bruins’ Defensive Logjam By Michael DiGiorgio

Bruins’ Defensive Logjam


By: Michael DiGiorgio  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio

The Bruins have rarely had success in developing and building their defensive depth. Before 2010, the Bruins hadn’t selected a defenseman in the first round since Matt Lashoff in the 2005 draft, who only played 74 NHL games. For nearly 5 years, the Bruins’ highest priority was a left-handed puck-moving defenseman. The Bruins either didn’t select a D-man entirely or swung and missed on every blue-line draft pick. Their former General Manager, Peter Chiarelli, had a knack for trading picks and upcoming talent for NHL-ready players but had almost no success in drafting. To put it into perspective, the Bruins selected six times in the 2007 draft, four of which were D-men. The six picks appeared in 23 NHL games, three of those games coming from one of the four D-men. Peter and the Bruins alienated their draft boards almost entirely and focused on free-agent signings and trades.

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