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16U’S DROP GAME TO PENGUINS
by posted 09/26/2021


Dorchester, MA- The GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 16-and-under team dropped a 3-1 decision to the Central Mass Penguins despite a tremendous effort from goaltender Reagan O’Neil on Sunday afternoon.
 
The game remained scoreless until the Penguins snuck one by O’Neil 5:46 into the second period.
 
The Penguins made it 2-0 with a power play goal with 11:08 left in the game and extended the lead to three goals with 4:05 remaining.
 
Matt Cox netted an unassisted tally, his third goal of the weekend, with 13 seconds remaining to round out the scoring.
 
The 16U’s will return to action next Saturday when they face the Northern Cyclones at the Junior Bruins Shootout at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough. Game time is 4:20 PM.
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18U’S FALL SHORT AGAINST PENGUINS
by posted 09/26/2021


Dorchester, MA- William Blackburn had two goals and Bobby May contributed two assists, but the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team dropped an 8-5 decision to the Central Mass Penguins on Sunday afternoon.
 
The Penguins opened the scoring just 40 seconds into the contest.
 
Blackburn’s first goal came on the penalty kill with 4:33 left in the opening period when Duncan Ramsay fed him in the slot and he fired it home.
 
Unfortunately, the Penguins retook the lead just over a minute later to give the visitors a 2-1 lead that they would hold until the end of the period.
 
The Penguins rang up two more goals in the second period before Blackburn netted his second of the game, this time on a power play, when he one-timed a pass from Jack Alecia into the net 25 seconds before the end of the period.
 
The Penguins regained the three-goal lead with 12:40 to play in the game, but Jack DesRuisseaux responded 58 seconds later when his strike from the left circle snuck in the top corner 58 seconds later. Bobby May assisted on the play.
 
Griffin Hatley pulled the 18U’s within two when he took a pass from May, stormed down the middle, and ripped it into the net with 8:09 remaining.
 
Forty seconds later, however, the Penguins killed the rally and added two more in the closing minutes.
 
Jaiden Moriello accounted for the final score when he took a pass from Alex Ondos in the right circle and went bar-down with 2:17 remaining.
 
The 18U’s hope to rebound next weekend at the Junior Bruins Shootout at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough.
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16U’S KNOCK OFF CENTRAL MASS PENGUINS
by posted 09/25/2021


Ashburnham, MA- Matt Cox and Travis Rugg each contributed two points and Troy Huber made 27 saves to lead the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins to a 3-1 victory over the Central Mass Penguins at Cushing Academy on Saturday afternoon.
 
Neither team found the back of the net in the first period despite the Penguins holding a 12-6 advantage in shots as Huber made several big saves.
 
The second period saw momentum shift to the 16U’s, who collected several shots on goal, but the Penguins struck first with a shorthanded goal with 4:24 remaining in the frame.
 
Twenty-eight seconds later, Rugg fed Cox on the point and Cox ripped a shot past the Penguins goaltender to tie the game.
 
“After [the Penguins] scored, I just tried to hit the reset button and brush it off,” said Huber. “I was really happy with how we responded. Matt Cox did a great job with two goals, and it’s always great to see a defenseman get on the board.”
 
With 3:25 on the clock, Rugg set Cox up in the left circle and Cox’s shot eluded the goaltender and gave the 16U’s a 2-1 lead.
 
Michael McLaughlin put the Bruins up by two when he took a pass from Jack Francini, skated down the right wing, and fired the puck top shelf with 55 seconds to go in the second period.
 
The Penguins tested Huber seven times in the final period and pulled their goalie with 1:48 remaining, but the game remained 3-1 as the final buzzer sounded.
 
“We couldn’t be happier with the win today,” noted Huber. “The last two weekends weren’t the best, but we have our full team now and everyone’s come together really well. It feels like we got the monkey off our back today.”
 
Both teams will face off again tomorrow at 3:30 PM at the Devine Memorial Rink in Dorchester.
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18U’S DROP GAME TO CENTRAL MASS PENGUINS
by posted 09/25/2021


Ashburnham, MA- Despite a goal and an assist from Peter Unger, the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team fell to the Central Mass Penguins 6-3 on Saturday afternoon at Cushing Academy.
 
The Penguins drew first blood with a power play goal 6:50 into the game.
 
Jack DeRuissieaux tied the game with 2:53 left in the opening frame when he took a pass from Unger and skated down the left wing into the zone. He faked a pass and drew over both a defenseman and the Penguins’ goaltender and fired the puck home.
 
The second period saw the Penguins erupt for five goals before Jaiden Moriello netted a shorthanded goal with 4:07 remaining in the second period.
 
Late in the third period, Unger scored another shorthanded goal when he and Maverick Chedel stormed in on a 2-on-1 and Chedel sent him the puck and he lit the lamp.
 
The 18U’s return to action tomorrow when they rematch with the Central Mass Penguins at the Devine Memorial Rink in Dorchester. The puck drops at 2:00 PM.
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16U’S FALL TO BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL)
by posted 09/19/2021


Dorchester, MA- Magzhan Sagadiev and Paul Santosuosso each contributed two points but the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins were clipped by the Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL) full-season team 4-2 on Sunday afternoon.
 
Early in the game, goaltender Troy Huber fended off a flurry of shots to keep the game scoreless before Sagadiev and Santosuosso dug the puck out of the corner and sent it into the slot, where Travis Rugg tapped it in just before the six-minute mark.
 
The second period saw the visitors tie the game with a power play goal in the opening minute and take the lead with 1:58 before the buzzer.
 
The USPHL Bruins stretched the lead to two with 12:31 left in the final period and made it a three-goal game just 33 seconds later.
 
The 16U’s, however, refused to quit and responded when Sagadiev led a 2-on-1 and passed to Santosuosso, who buried the puck to account for the final score.
 
The 16U’s return next Saturday when they go up against the Central Mass Penguins at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, MA.
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18U’S EDGED BY LITTLE BRUINS
by posted 09/19/2021


Dorchester, MA- Will Blackburn had two goals but the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 18-and-under team came up short against the Little Bruins on Sunday afternoon.
 
The Little Bruins drew first blood just over two minutes into the game.
 
Blackburn netted his first of the game when Brock James set up Jaiden Moriello with the puck and Moriello led a 2-on-1 before passing to Blackburn, who fired it home from the slot with 9:34 left in the opening frame.
 
With 4:51 remaining in the first, the Little Bruins took the lead.
 
The Little Bruins stretched the lead to 3-1 with 10:56 left in the second period.
 
Goaltender A.J. Finta came up big midway through the period when the Little Bruins had a penalty shot and he forced the shooter wide and the attempt missed the mark.
 
Blackburn’s second of the game, a power play goal assisted by James and Moriello, closed the gap to one with 6:17 to go.
 
Finta skated off for the extra attacker with 1:10 on the clock, but the 18U’s could not net the equalizer.
 
The 18U’s return to action next Saturday when they play the Central Mass Penguins at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, MA.
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16U’S DROP GAME TO BOCH BLAZERS 18U
by posted 09/18/2021


Dorchester, MA- Matthew Cox had a goal and an assist, but the GBL Boston Jr. Bruins 16-and-under team came up short against the Boch Blazers 18-and-under team on Saturday night.
 
Jack Francini gave the Bruins an early lead with a shorthanded goal set up by Cox and Magzhan Sagadiev at the 4:11 mark of the opening period.
 
The Blazers tied the game with 9:10 remaining.
 
In the second period, the Blazers took the lead with 13:29 on the clock and snuck one more in right before the buzzer.
 
The Blazers rang up three more in the final frame before Cox took a pass from Paul Santosuosso and lit the lamp from the right circle.
 
The 16U’s return to action tomorrow when they face the Little Bruins at 3:30 PM at the Devine Memorial Rink in Dorchester.
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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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