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Adam Oates inducted into HHOF on Monday night

Former Boston Bruins forward Adam Oates was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night.

Boston sports this week: Sox searching, C's busy

As the Boston Red Sox continue to build for the 2012-13 season, the Boston Celtics tipped off a busy week against the Chicago Bulls on Monday while the Boston Bruins did nothing at all.

Presidents of Boston sports: Who's the top choice?

Election Day 2012 has arrived, and that can only mean one thing... it's time to choose the best presidential candidates from the world of Boston sports!

Pair of Bruins struggling in Switzerland

A pair of Boston Bruins are struggling while playing in Switzerland during the NHL lockout.

Bruins' players competing in the KHL

The Bruins have two players in the KHL, and both of their teams have struggled in the first half of the season.

Bruins goalie Rask injures groin with Czech team

The Boston Bruins' presumptive No. 1 goalie, Tuukka Rask, injured his groin during a game for HC Plzen, the Czech team he is playing for during the lockout.

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Bruins lockout central: NHL cancels preseason

Bruins fans, we feel your pain. Your beloved NHL is in a lockout, and the Boston Bruins won't be playing any games for quite some time. We have you covered during the lockout with Bruins Lockout Central.

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Boston Bruins' Tyler Seguin Will Play For Switzerland 's EHC Biel During Lockout

See you later, Tyler Seguin. The third-year Boston Bruins forward will be playing hockey for EHC Biel in Switzerland this season during the 2012 NHL Lockout. Seguin, 20, scored 29 goals and had 38 assists in 81 games last season.

NHL Lockout: League Announces Cancellation Of 2012-13 Preseason Games

The NHL announced the cancellation of its preseason games through Sept. 30 due to the recent work stoppage.

Milan Lucic Signs With Bruins For 3 Years, $18 Million

Milan Lucic is now the highest paid forward on the Boston Bruins after signing a three-year contract extension worth $18 million.

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NHL Lockout 2012: CBA Expires Saturday, League Officially Locks Out Players

The third major lockout in North American sports of the last 18 months is underway, as the Collective Bargaining Agreement of the National Hockey League expired at midnight on Saturday, resulting in the league locking out players starting immediately

Gary Bettman Says NHL Lockout Starts Saturday Without New Deal

Gary Bettman says an NHL lockout will begin on Saturday if a CBA deal is not reached.

Kevin Ollie Signs 1-Year, $650,000 Contract To Be UConn's Head Coach

Kevin Ollie has signed a one-year, $650,000 contract to be the next UConn men's basketball head coach. Ollie, 40, is taking over for Jim Calhoun, who's set to announce his retirement on Thursday.

Bruins Offseason 2012: Boston Places Four Players On Waivers

A day after extending Tyler Seguin's deal by six years, the B's waived four minor leaguers.

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Tyler Seguin, Boston Bruins Agree On Six Year, $34.5 Million Contract Extension

Tyler Seguin and the Boston Bruins have reached an agreement on a six-year contract extension worth $34.5 million, which will pay the third-year forward an average annual salary of $5.75 million and keep him in Boston through 2018-2019.

Tyler Seguin, Boston Bruins Agree Six Year, $34.5 Million Contract Extension

Tyler Seguin and the Boston Bruins have reached an agreement on a six-year contract extension worth $34.5 million, which will pay the third-year forward an average annual salary of $5.75 million and keep him in Boston through 2018-2019.

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Brad Marchand Signs Four Year, $18 Million Extension With Boston Bruins

Brad Marchand will be wearing black and gold for the foreseeable future. Marchand and the Boston Bruins reached an agreement on a four-year contract extension worth $18 million on Friday. Marchand has spent his entire NHL career in Boston.

NHL Collective Bargaining 2012: Bruins' Daniel Paille Talks About NHL's Looming CBA Crisis

Bruins forward Daniel Paille feels optimistic about striking a deal with the owners to avoid another NHL work stoppage.

Tuuka Rask Signs 1-Year Deal With Bruins

Tuuka Rask re-signed with the Boston Bruins for one year, $3.5 million on Thursday. Rask is expected to start in net for 2012-13 season.

NHL Draft 2012: Charlestown's Matt Grzelcyk Highlights Strong Class For Boston Bruins

After selecting goaltender Malcolm Subban with the 24th overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins were able to add five more solid players, including Matt Grzelcyk, to their deep prospect pool on day two in Pittsburgh.

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NHL Draft 2012: Boston Bruins Draft Goalie Malcom Subban At No. 24, Six Others

Two years ago, the Boston Bruins landed Tyler Seguin in the draft. Last year, they picked up Dougie Hamilton. This year, they picked up goaltender Malcolm Subban, brother of Montreal Canadien P.K. Subban, in the first round of the 2012 NHL Draft.

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NHL Awards 2012: Patrice Bergeron Wins Selke; Zdeno Chara Named Second Team All-Star

Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron won the 2012 Selke Trophy, which honors the best defensive forward in the NHL. Zdeno Chara, the captain of the Bruins, was also named a National Hockey League Second-Team All-Star Wednesday.

Boston Bruins Schedule 2012-2013 Released

The Boston Bruins will open their 2012-13 regular season on Oct. 11 against the Philadelphia Flyers, according to the NHL schedule released on Thursday.

NHL Awards 2012: Patrice Bergeron Wins Selke Trophy

Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron won the 2012 Selke Trophy which honors the best defensive forward in the NHL.

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Bruins Offseason 2012: Milan Lucic Signs 3-Year Contract Extension

The Boston Bruins announced a multi-year extension with local sports station, 98.5 The Sports Hub, to keep the broadcasts on the popular network for many years!

Tim Thomas Considering Taking A Year Away From Boston Bruins, NHL

Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed a report that goalie Tim Thomas is considering a year off from hockey.

2012 NHL Playoffs, Bruins Vs. Capitals Game 7: Game Time, TV Coverage And More

Top-Six Struggles Force Bruins Into Overhaul Of The Forward Corps

In an effort to help his team break out of the offensive slump that’s engulfed them throughout their series with the seventh seeded Washington Capitals, Claude Julien opted to give his forward units a complete makeover.

Incredible Depth The Reason Behind Bruins' Early Success Against Capitals

Through three games of the 2012 playoffs, Boston's top six forwards have produced a grand total of one goal. Here's a look at how the Boston Bruins' incredible depth has brought them through to a 2-1 series lead over the Capitals.

2012 NHL Playoffs, Capitals Vs. Bruins Game 3: Game Time, TV Coverage And More

The Bruins come into the Verizon Center in Washington looking to regain home ice advantage after watching it slip away in Game Two.

Media Roundup: NBC, NESN, CSNNE Gear Up For Bruins' Playoff Push

With the Boston Bruins beginning their push for a second consecutive Stanley Cup championship, networks such as NBC, NESN and Comcast SportsNet New England are gearing up to provide unique and outstanding coverage.

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NHL Playoffs 2012, Bruins Vs. Capitals, Game 7: Boston Loses To Washington, 2-1, In Overtime

The run is over. Joel Ward beat Tim Thomas at 2:57 of overtime as the Washington Capitals defeated the Boston Bruins, 2-1, in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs on Wednesday at TD Garden.