Boston Bruins 2023-24 TV Schedule, Roster & Where to Watch

Boston Bruins 2023-24 TV Schedule, Roster & Where to Watch

It’s officially hockey season, which means the Boston Bruins are back on the ice. After such an intense season last year, what can fans expect of the team this year? Below you can check out the Boston Bruins 2023-2024 schedule, including key matchups, the team’s roster and more. Plus, find out where to watch NHL games live, so you never miss a moment of the action.


This is bound to be an exciting year for the Bruins, and you don’t want to miss a minute of it. Below is the Boston Bruins 2023-2024 schedule, along with their opponents and how to watch the games live. 


It will be hard to follow up the historical regular season the Bruins had last year, but fans hope they can. If they plan to make it all the way this year, there are some key games for them to show their dominance in. A few of those games, plus other matchups fans won’t want to miss, are listed below.


You shouldn’t have to miss a moment of the game once the puck drops. And with DIRECTV, you don’t have to. Catch Boston Bruins 2023-2024 games live on these channels:

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So, who on the Bruins is sticking around, and what new players are joining the team? After Boston Bruin icons Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci retired earlier in 2023, the team will need to figure out how to cover the center. Defense and goaltending should be solid, but if there’s no one to score goals up front, the team could be in trouble.

Here is the 2023-2024 Boston Bruins roster, categorized by position.


#19 John Beecher

#70 Jesper Boqvist

#38 Patrick Brown

#13 Charlie Coyle

#32 John Farinacci

#11 Trent Frederic

#39 Morgan Geekie

#91 Curtis Hall

#72 Brett Harrison

#52 Trevor Kuntar

#94 Jakub Lauko

#26 Marc McLaughlin

#20 Jayson Megna

#42 Georgii Merkulov

#51 Matthew Poitras

#90 Anthony Richard

#62 Oskar Steen

#18 Pavel Zacha


#74 Jake DeBrusk – Left Wing

#17 Milan Lucic – Left Wing

#63 Brad Marchand – Left Wing

#83 Luke Toporowski – Left Wing

#21 James van Riemsdyk – Left Wing

#23 Fabian Lysell – Right Wing

#88 David Pastrnak – Right Wing


#79 Michael Callahan

#25 Brandon Carlo

 #28 Derek Forbort

#48 Matt Grzelcyk

#27 Hampus Lindholm

#6 Mason Lohrei

#87 Ryan Mast

#73 Charlie McAvoy

#14 Ian Mitchell

#75 Alec Regula

#44 Dan Renouf

#12 Kevin Shattenkirk

#92 Reilly Walsh

#29 Parker Wotherspoon

#67 Jakob Zboril 


#70 Brandon Bussi

#80 Michael DiPietro

#85 Kyle Keyser

#1 Jeremy Swayman

#35 Linus Ullmark


Head Coach: Jim Montgomery

Assistant Coaches: Joe Sacco; Chris Kelly; John McLean

Goaltending Coach: Bob Essensa

And if you want even more Boston Bruins content, keep reading below to get some of the key history of the team.


The Boston Bruins were founded in 1924 and have since been part of the Atlantic Division. As one of the NHL’s “Original Six” teams, the Bruins have long been a staple in the NHL and continue to be to this day.

In the team’s 100 years, The Bruins have won six Stanley Cup championships, which trails only the Montreal Canadiens (24), Toronto Maple Leafs (13) and Detroit Red Wings (11), all of which are also “Original Six” teams. The Bruins play their home games at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Boston Bruins have not won a Stanley Cup since 2011. It looked like that streak was going to be broken last season, after the Boston Bruins played a stellar regular season, even breaking a few records.

They managed to win the most games in a season ever, coming in at 65 wins, beating the previous 62-game record set by the Detroit Red Wings (1995-1996) and the Tampa Bay Lightning (2018-2019). The team was given the President’s Trophy, which is the award given to the team that finishes with the most points in the regular season.

Unfortunately for the team – and Boston’s die-hard fanbase – the Boston Bruins quickly made history again, but not in the way they would have liked. The Bruins became the second President’s Trophy winning team to lose in the first round of the playoffs in the last five years. 

Will the team be able to overcome their defeat for their 100th season? Fans sure hope so.

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