Posted on 24 October, 2012

Caron Sparks Turnaround

After proclaiming themselves ready to put together a good start to the 2012-13 season, but then dropping their first two games of the year, the Providence Bruins were bound and determined to reboot the program as they bussed through New Hampshire and Western Mass last weekend.

Weekend Warriors

The young faces of the Providence Bruins — faces the team is hoping will return them to the postseason — may be more peach-fuzzed and clean shaven than some of the AHL’s most experienced skaters, but after a weekend of play in which the P-Bruins netted impressive wins over the Manchester Monarchs and the Springfield Falcons, Jordan Caron said the young group is already in a great place.

Many B’s started their careers walking through these locker room doors at the Dunk. #PBruins

Many B’s started their careers walking through these locker room doors at the Dunk. #PBruins

B's Staff Chips in at Cradles to Crayons

On Tuesday evening, members of the Bruins staff traveled to Cradles to Crayons in Brighton to help put together packages of clothing and other goods for underprivileged children.

Two Wins Don't Make A Season

Despite their two victories last weekend, Providence Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy wasn’t taking anything for granted on Wednesday in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center as the Rhode Island-based Black & Gold prepared for this weekend’s docket.

Coach Julien visits with a North Shore men’s team after surprising them at Hockey Town in Saugus. Click here for a full gallery. #Bruins

Coach Julien visits with a North Shore men’s team after surprising them at Hockey Town in Saugus. Click here for a full gallery. #Bruins