Boston Bruins 2014-15 season Round-Up


I honestly never thought I would post this so early.

But I am.

The Bruins season has come to a tragic end. Last nights game, at Tampa Bay, was lost in a shootout, and Pittsburgh clinched the last playoff spot in the east with the win over Buffalo.

From Presidents Trophy Winners to the Playoff Lottery, I will always be here for this team. I guess the positive thing is that all the bandwagoners will now finally leave. Bruins need some change. I’m not saying a complete overhaul, I saying a little is good. I am expecting some trades and new contracts in this offseason.

I was going to post a Game Round Up of last night, but since the season is over, I thought it would be best to get this out of the way. Six months is a long time without Bruin Hockey, but I am still going to be watching the playoffs. I’m going for NYI and Minnesota, by the way.

Without further ado, here is a round up of the season!



1. Patrice Bergeron, 55 points

2. Loui Eriksson, 47 points

3. Milan Lucic, 44 points

4. Carl Soderberg, 44 points

5. Brad Marchand, 42 points


1. Brad Marchand, 24 goals

2. Patrice Bergeron, 23 goals

3. Loui Eriksson, 22 goals

4. Milan Lucic, 18 goals

5. Carl Soderberg, 13 goals


1. Patrice Bergeron, 32 assists

2. Dougie Hamilton, 32 assists

3. Carl Soderberg, 31 assists

4. Reilly Smith, 27 assists

5. Torey Krug, 27 assists


1. Kevan Miller, +20

2. Torey Krug, +13

3. Milan Lucic, +13

4. David Pastrnak, +12

5. Carl Soderberg, +10


NHL Debuts (if bolded, they scored their first NHL point this season) :

David Pastrnak

Seth Griffith

Bobby Robins

Joe Morrow

Brian Ferlin

Malcolm Subban

Major Awards/Milestones:

Patrice Bergeron: NHL All-Star game Selection, 700th career NHL game, 200th NHL goal.

Tuukka Rask: NHL Third Star of the month

Milan Lucic: 300th career NHL point, 500th NHL game, 200th career NHL assist.

Loui Eriksson: 400th career NHL point

Dennis Seidenberg: 200th career NHL point

Brad Marchand: 100th NHL goal, 100th NHL assist, 200th NHL point

Carl Soderberg: 100th NHL game

Torey Krug: 100th NHL game

Simon Gagne: 600th NHL career Point

Matt Bartkowski: 100th NHL game

Chris Kelly: 700th NHL game

David Krejci: 400th Career NHL Point

Gregory Campbell: 700th NHL Game

Reilly Smith: 200th NHL game, 100th career NHL Point.


Players Lost via Waivers:

Matt Fraser-sent to Edmonton Oilers

Craig Cunningham-sent to Arizona Coyotes

Lost via Trade:

Jordan Caron- sent to Colorado Avalanche

Johnny Boychuk- sent to New York Islanders

Gained via Trade:

Max Talbot- from Colorado through Caron trade

Brett Connolly- from Tampa Bay for Draft Picks

Free Agent Signings:

Christopher Breen (AHL) from Calgary- currently plays in Providence

Jeremy Smith (AHL) from Springfield Falcons- currently plays in Providence

Simon Gagne- from Philadelphia Flyers

Jordan Hickman, Frank Vatrano, and Austin Czarnik: Entry Level Contracts.

Player Contract Extensions:

Matt Bartkowski: 1 year, $1.25 million

David Pastrnak: 3 year, $2.775 million entry level contract

Jordan Caron: 1 year, $600,000

Craig Cunningham: 1 year, $600,000

Zach Trotman: 2 years, $1.25 million

David Warsofsky: 1 year, $600,000

David Krejci: 6 years, $43.5 million extension

Matt Fraser: 1 year, $625,000

Reilly Smith: 1 year, $1.4 million

Torey Krug: 1 year, $1.4 million

Reilly Smith: 2 year, $6.85 million extension

Torey Krug: 1 year, $3.4 million extension


Overall: 41-27-14 (96 points)

Home: 24-10-7

Away: 17-17-7

Finished 5th in Atlantic, 9th in Eastern, 17th in NHL

I will continue to post in the offseason for player signings, trades, and other news that have relevence.

see you all in october



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