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by posted 10/20/2019

Dorchester, MA- The GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 16-and-under team bowed to the Little Bruins 4-1 in an non-league contest on Saturday night.
The first period ended scoreless thanks to the efforts of Ryan Dailida and his Little Bruins counterpart.
The Little Bruins drew first blood with 11:34 left in the second period.
Four minutes later, Dominic Murphy brought the puck in, shot, and buried his own rebound to tie the game at 1-1.
The Little Bruins, however, regained the lead with 2:13 to go in the period.
A power play goal with 4:59 remaining in the third put the 16U’s down by two goals.
Dailida skated off for the extra attacker with a minute left, but the Little Bruins iced the game with an empty net goal with 41 seconds on the clock.
The 16U’s will face the Cape Cod Whalers at 2:30 PM on Sunday in Foxboro.
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by posted 10/19/2019

Dorchester, MA- The GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team dropped a 7-0 decision to the Little Bruins on Saturday night.
The Little Bruins took the lead with 11:52 remaining in the first and put up another one with 3:02 left in the period.
Another goal at 4:33 of the second period made it 3-0, with another goal coming just 17 seconds later. At this point, Connor Hasley was replaced by Veeti Kohvakka.
The goaltender change did little to turn the game around, as the Little Bruins made it 5-0 with 8:39 left in the second and added another one with 3:09 on the clock.
The Little Bruins capped off the scoring with 7:51 to go in the third.
The 18U’s hope to rebound tomorrow when they play the Cape Cod Whalers at 12:30 PM in Foxboro.
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by posted 10/13/2019

Dorchester, MA- Despite a two-goal performance by defenseman Carter Rugg, the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins fell to the East Coast Wizards on Sunday afternoon.
The Wizards opened the scoring when they beat Andrew Webb at the 1:24 mark with a shorthanded goal.
Rugg tied the game with 1:50 remaining in the period when he took a pass from Joey Borelli in the right circle and fired it home.
Dominic Murphy put the 16U’s up 2-1 with 8:16 to go in the second when Madden Powers and Will Friedman sent him storming down the right wing. Murphy broke toward the center and sent the puck top shelf.
The Wizards, however, tied the game five minutes later.
Rugg netted his second of the game forty-five seconds into the third period when Aidan Tripp fed him on the point and he blasted a shot past the Wizards goaltender.
A power play goal by the Wizards tied the game with 2:24 remaining and the game-winner went in forty seconds later.
Webb skated off with 56 seconds on the clock, but the score held at the final buzzer.
The 16U’s return next Saturday when they play the Boston Jr. Bruins full-season team at 8:00 PM.
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by posted 10/13/2019

Chestnut Hill, MA- Reese Farrell scored a goal and added an assist but the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team fell 4-2 to the North Jersey Avalanche on Sunday afternoon.
The 18U’s found themselves in a 2-0 hole early in the first period as the Avalanche scored at the 2:17 mark and again at 3:07.
Another goal with just over two minutes gone in the second period made it a three-goal deficit for the 18U’s.
Farrell put the 18U’s on the board with 13:39 left in the game when he took a pass from Christopher Throndson at the foot of the slot and slid it past the Avalanche goaltender.
The Avalanche restored the three-goal lead when they slipped the puck past Connor Hasley with 8:31 to go.
Tyler Gaulin’s power play goal with 4:40 remaining accounted for the final score. Farrell received credit for the assist.
Next up for the 18U’s are the Little Bruins when they face off on Saturday at the Devine Memorial Rink in Dorchester. Game time is 6:00 PM.
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by posted 10/12/2019

Dorchester, MA- Despite a goal and an assist by Liam Walsh, the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team dropped their game against the Cape Cod Whalers 4-3 on Saturday night.
The game started off with numerous scoring chances and momentum changes before Adam Schuchart fed Zach Whitehead in the slot and Whitehead fired the puck home at the 6:59 mark of the first period.
The Whalers, however, evened things up when they got the puck past Veeti Kohvakka with 7:38 remaining in the period.
A Whalers goal with 5:10 left in the frame gave the 18U’s a 2-1 deficit that would carry into the second period.
Early in the second, the Whalers would extend the lead to 2-1.
Liam Walsh started off the rally when Teddy Griffin sent him into the zone and he skated the puck around the net and slipped it in with 6:44 to go in the period.
With 4:14 to play, Walsh sent the puck to Tyler Gaulin in the slot and Gaulin ripped a shot past the Whalers goaltender to tie the game.
The Whalers broke the tie with 1:13 remaining and despite pulling Kohvakka for the extra skater with 48 seconds left, the 18U’s were unable to put another one in.
The 18U’s will finish the weekend on Sunday when they play the North Jersey Avalanche at the Conte Forum on the campus of Boston College. Game time is 12:20 PM.
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by posted 10/12/2019

Dorchester, MA- The GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 16-and-under team was dealt an 8-0 loss to the Cape Cod Whalers on Saturday night.
The game remained scoreless until the Whalers slipped the puck past goaltender Ryan Dailida with 1:16 left in the first period.
A power play goal two minutes into the second put the 16U’s down by two.
With 5:38 left in the frame, the Whalers got a third one past Dailida.
Another power play goal with 11:47 remaining in the third period increased the deficit to four goals.
The Whalers would then score two more goals in the span of forty-one seconds, and after the sixth goal, Andrew Webb came in to relieve Dailida.
The Whalers scored again with 5:34 left in the game and capped off the game with a goal with 29 seconds on the clock.
The 16U’s hope to rebound tomorrow when they play the East Coast Wizards at 4:00 PM at the Devine Memorial Rink in Dorchester.
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by posted 09/28/2019

Northford, CT- The GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team took down the Springfield Rifles 3-1 on Saturday night.
Tyler Gaulin grabbed the lead when he scored from Jack Ring with 20:45 remaining in the first half.
Springfield tied the game with 15:11 on the clock in the second.
A goal by Ring with help from Gaulin and Teddy Griffin put the 18U’s back in the lead.
Ring netted his second with 1:40 to play to account for the final score.
The 18U’s take the ice tomorrow in Northford at 10:50 AM against the South Florida Hockey Academy.
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A Tradition of Success- Boston Jr. Bruin Alum David Warsofsky
by Jr Bruins posted 02/19/2014

Jr Bruins alum David Warsofsky at home again in a Bruins sweater.
The Boston Jr. Bruins have experienced unparalleled success as a program, winning a number of State Championships as well as USA Hockey National Championships.  Many of our players have been able to build upon the success they have achieved as members of the Jr Bruins organization and take their talents to the next level.  Do you have what it takes to continue the tradition?  Join us and you will find out.

A Tradition of Success
College Alumni  (Last 10 years)

Kevin Hayes- Boston College
Matt Greene- Boston College
Joe Whitney- Boston College
Brian O'Hanley- Boston College
Justin Greene- Boston College
Ryan Fitzgerald- Boston College
Chris Bourque- Boston University
Boomer Ewing- Boston University
David Warsofsky- Boston University
Dan McGoff- Boston University
Steve Smolinsky- Boston University
Brendan Collier- Boston University
Robbie Baillargeon- Boston University
Malcolm Hayes- University of Maine
Billy Ryan- University of Maine
Richey Boyd- University of New Hampshire
Brad Malone- University of North Dakota
Alex Killorn- Harvard University
Patrick McNally- Harvard University
Alex berry- University of Massachusetts Amherst
Cory Quirk- University of Massachusetts Amherst
Richard Bachman- Colorado College
Sam Marotta- Merrimack College
R.J. Boyd- Michigan State
Broc Little- Yale University
Torin Snydeman- Northeastern University
Brendan Corcoran- Colgate University
Mark Goggin- Dartmouth
Nick Lovejoy- Dartmouth
Branden Komm- Bentley University
Pierce Norton- Providence College
Mike Wolff- Brown University
T.J. Massie- University of Massachusetts Lowell
Matt White- University of Nebraska-Omaha
Mike Conderman- Niagara University
Ryan Driscoll- Holy Cross
Mike Vecchione- Union College
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