Boston Bruins News: 2015 NHL Entry Draft.


Today is Draft Day for the Boston Bruins. The Bruins front office has headed down to Sunrise, Florida in the hopes of finding a player that can make a day-one impact for the Black and Gold. The B’s have the fourteenth overall pick, and now they just need to find the right person who can fit well with the organization moving forward.

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been looking at a few impact players in the various leagues. Any one of these players could help the Boston Bruins this year if necessary, and will hopefully get the B’s back on the road to the Stanley Cup.

Timo Meier – 6’1″, 209lbs. This is the kind of guy that can not only play with a skill set, but could also bring Bruins old-time hockey to his game as well. A player that can make both Cam Neely and Don Sweeney happy, and there is a good chance he’ll be available at #14.

“I’m a power forward with skill,” said Meier of his skill set during the NHL Combine. “I really like to shoot the puck. I have a good shot, and I like to play physical. I wanted to go back after my first season [in Halifax] and increase my goals, and just get better as a player every day. I think I did a good job this season.”

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Travis Konecny – 5’10”, 172lbs. He’s one of the fastest players in the OHL. He brings speed, and he has solid hands. This is the kind of player who could step up and make a difference right away as a bottom six forward.  He’s the captain of the Ottawa 67’s, and was Rookie of the Year in the OHL in 2013-14. He’s also likely to be available at #14, and he would be another great pick.

Jeremy Roy – 6’0″, 183 lbs. If the Bruins decide to go with a defenseman as their first round pick, they could find themselves going with Roy.  He’s a hyper-aggressive player that is tearing through the Quebec Major Junior League. He’s a solid three-zone defensive player that can act as a fourth forward. Take the snarl of Milan Lucic and the blueline skills of Torey Krug. He’d be another outstanding player and could likely be available as well.

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  • Paul Bittner – 6’4″, 204lbs. Bittner is a monster of a player who will only grow into something more fearsome. Bittner has good speed, a solid shot, and is fearless when it comes to dropping the gloves. If the organization is to looking to bring snarl and a bit of Old Time Hockey back to Boston, he’d be a great choice, and the odds are he may still be available.

    Whoever the Bruins pick tomorrow, it will set the early tone for the Sweeney era in Boston. Hopefully, the new Bruins general manager will start off on the right foot.

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