Bruce Cassidy

Bruce Cassidy Has No ‘Animosity’ Toward Bruins After Departure From Boston

Bruce Cassidy is ready to start fresh with the Vegas Golden Knights after being relieved of his head coaching duties with the Boston Bruins earlier this summer. Cassidy led the Bruins to six straight Stanley Cup playoffs, including the Final in 2019. While Boston never won a Stanley Cup under Cassidy, he still was the third-winningest coach the franchise has had.
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How will Jim Montgomery be different than Bruce Cassidy?

BRIGHTON, MA — On Monday, the Boston Bruins formally introduced Jim Montgomery as new head coach. Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media discusses how Jim Montgomery could differ from former Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy. Bruins fans, we know this team can stress you out. So checkout the Calm app!...

Here’s a Look Inside the Massachusetts Home of Former Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy

Editor's note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England contributor and may contain the individual's views, opinions or personal experiences. Well, it's not surprising that 53 Hutchinson Street in Winchester, Massachusetts, is on the market. It belongs to our former Boston Bruins head coach, Bruce Cassidy, who was let go from the B's in June and is now the new head coach for the Las Vegas Knights.

How Bruce Cassidy, John Tortorella will transform their new teams' identities

Hiring Bruce Cassidy was an easy decision for the Vegas Golden Knights. I wrote last week that I believed Cassidy was in the driver’s seat for an NHL coaching gig. And just a few days later he was hired by the Vegas Golden Knights as the third head coach in the franchise’s six seasons of existence.

Bruce Cassidy reportedly got big bucks from Vegas Golden Knights

BOSTON -- Bruce Cassidy's firing in Boston may have been a bit of a blessing in disguise -- at least as far as the coach's bank account is concerned.While most folks believe Cassidy got a raw deal when he was fired by the Bruins (a survey of fans conducted by The Athletic resulted in an 82.6 percent vote that said Cassidy did not deserve the firing and a 95.8 percent vote that said Cassidy did his job well in Boston), it looks as though Cassidy landed on his feet just fine.According to Shawn Simpson of TSN Radio, the Golden Knights gave Cassidy a five-year contract that pays him $4.5 million per year. Simpson added the note that the state of Nevada does not have an income tax.Cassidy's previous contract in Boston reportedly paid him $3 million per year.The fact that Cassidy remained unemployed for barely a week, combined with that solid pay bump, shows that after the 57-year-old head coach was fired last week by the Bruins, he was in rather high demand. Just not in Boston anymore.

Bruce Cassidy sounds ready to stick it to his former bosses

He doesn’t want to call it a ‘revenge tour’ outright, but new Vegas Golden Knights head coach Bruce Cassidy certainly sounds like a man who feels that he has something to prove to the men who fired him. “I do, I do,” Cassidy, introduced Thursday as the...

1-on-1 with new Vegas Golden Knights coach Bruce Cassidy

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - It’s been a busy day around the Golden Knights’ offices. Not only did they introduce a new head coach but they also made a trade. FOX5 went 1-on-1 with Bruce Cassidy to get his thoughts and why this team is on the verge of doing something special.