The Boston Bruins announced their roster and practice schedule for the Bruins’ 13th annual Development Camp at Warrior Ice Arena, which began yesterday (Wednesday), June 26 and continues through Friday, June 28. The Development Camp, which is open to the public, lists 34 players, including 21 forwards, 8 defensemen and 5 goaltenders. Also, the roster includes 19 players within the Bruins organization and 15 players who will attend on an invite basis. The roster also includes players from six different countries: United States (20), Canada (5), Sweden (4), Czech Republic (3), Finland (1) and Russia (1).
Fans are invited to attend all on-ice sessions of the Bruins Development Camp, which features a lengthy list of on-ice players. Forwards: Samuel Asselin, Jack Becker, John Beecher, Matt Brown, Nathan Burk, Casey Dornbach, Curtis Hall, Mike Hardman, Jakub Lauko, Matias Mantykivi, Drew O’Connor, Quinn Olson, Justin Richards, Linus Sandin, Jake Schmaltz, Pavel Shen, Oskar Steen, Jack Studnicka, Nate Sucese, Nolan Walker, Marek Zachar. Defensemen: Axel Andersson, Victor Berglund, Cameron Clarke, Brandon Estes, Josh Maniscalco, Dustyn McFaul, Nick Wolff, Cooper Zech Goaltenders: James Corcoran, Taylor Gauthier, Kyle Keyser, Jeremy Swayman, Dan Vladar.
Dates and times are: Today (Thursday, June 27th Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton) – Three On-ice sessions, 10:30am, 11:15am, and 12:15pm, and Friday, June 28 (Warrior Ice Arena) -On-ice session, 10:15am.
2019-20 Regular Season: The National Hockey League has released the schedule for the Boston Bruins 2019-20 regular season. Highlights include, the Black & Gold open the season against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center on Thursday, October 3 at 7:30pm, and will play three more games on the road against the Arizona Coyotes (10/5), Vegas Golden Knights (10/8) and Colorado Avalanche (10/10).
After starting the season on the road, the Bruins return to TD Garden for their home opener against the New Jersey Devils on Saturday, October 12 at 7:00pm. Other key games on the schedule include facing off against Tampa Bay in the third home game of the season (10/17); two away/home back-to-backs, the Toronto Maple Leafs in late October (10/19 & 10/22), and Buffalo Sabres in late December (12/27 & 12/29) and one home/away back-to-back with the Pittsburgh Penguins before the All-Star Break (1/16 & 1/19); Washington’s first trip to Boston (11/16); and Montreal’s first trip to TD Garden (12/1). The NHL All-Star Weekend in St. Louis, Missouri runs from January 23-25 with Boston’s bye week following from January 27-30.
Boston’s five-game homestand at the end of November into early December is the team’s longest of the season. During that period, the New York Rangers (11/29), Montreal Canadiens (12/1), Carolina Hurricanes (12/3), Chicago Blackhawks (12/5) and Colorado Avalanche (12/7) pay TD Garden a visit. Immediately following, the team plays four games in six days on the road in December, starting against the Ottawa Senators (12/9) then a back-to-back with the Washington Capitals (12/11) and Tampa Bay Lightning (12/12) and finishing against the Florida Panthers (12/14). The Western Canada trip comes in February, when the B’s will play four games in seven days away from TD Garden, with matchups against the New York Rangers (2/16), Edmonton Oilers (2/19), Calgary Flames (2/21) and Vancouver Canucks (2/22). Enjoy the summer break!