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Cam Neely Admits Bruins Made Costly Mistakes at 2015 Draft

In recent years, much has been made about the decisions the Boston Bruins chose to make at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. While they have managed to continue being a very competitive team, they could have been even better had they done a better job drafting that day, as they found themselves with 13th, 14th, and 15th overall picks. Though this was extremely exciting for them at the time, it is now looked back on as a major gaffe for the franchise.
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Will Bruins be active at NHL trade deadline? Cam Neely gives update

The Boston Bruins can't let the NHL trade deadline pass without making an impactful move (or two) to a roster that desperately needs a boost of scoring depth. A lack of secondary scoring was labeled as a "major concern" by general manager Don Sweeney when he met with reporters on a Zoom call Wednesday.
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Cam Neely on GHS weighs in on Bruce Cassidy calling out Jake DeBrusk's effort

Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy made struggling forward Jake DeBrusk a healthy scratch Tuesday night and called out his effort when explaining the decision. “We just feel we're not getting the effort required,” Cassidy said. “It's not always about the score sheet; it's about being one of 20 guys helping you win. Some nights it's there, some nights it's not. Again, we've tried different messaging with the player. Sometimes going upstairs and taking a look is not a bad way to go.”
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Leyden’s Mike McGoldrick formally honored with MIAA Sportsmanship Award in virtual call with Bruins President Cam Neely

Franklin Tech alum Mike McGoldrick ended his high school career by winning a state championship with the Greenfield hockey team in 2020. Tuesday night, the Leyden resident was formally honored after being selected as the MIAA Sportsmanship Award winner from the Wright Division at the end of last season. The award, which was founded in 2003, is sponsored by the Boston Bruins.
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Cam Neely salutes Bruins-MIAA Sportsmanship recipients in a virtual ceremony

For nearly two decades, the Bruins have partnered with the MIAA to honor high school hockey players across Massachusetts for their sportsmanship on and off the ice. This year’s 18th annual ceremony took on a different look. Rather than being honored in front of a sellout crowd at TD Garden, the 27 Boston Bruins-MIAA Sportsmanship Award winners were recognized Tuesday night during a virtual Zoom webinar.
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How the NHL’s plan to return impacts the Bruins, according to Cam Neely

Cam Neely thinks the Bruins deserve more from the NHL’s plan to resume, but at this point, the team’s president is just happy to be playing hockey. Under the league’s plan to return to play, which was announced Tuesday, the would-be top-seed Bruins will play a round-robin tournament with the other leading teams in the Eastern Conference – Tampa Bay, Washington, and Philadelphia – to determine playoff seeding.
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