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STATELINE, NEVADA - FEBRUARY 21: Charlie McAvoy #73 of the Boston Bruins during the 'NHL Outdoors At Lake Tahoe' against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Edgewood Tahoe Resort on February 21, 2021 in Stateline, Nevada. The Bruins defeated the Flyers 7-3. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Bruins are two-thirds of the way done with their preseason, and following Monday’s road contest in Philly, they’ll have all be just one more 60-minute warmup away from their regular season preparation.

And this camp has gone like you’d expect for the Bruins in many respects. In what was always a crowded NHL grouping, there’s been little room for movement for some of the organization’s tweeners. And even the ones who have been impressive find themselves in an undoubtedly uphill climb towards bumping an established veteran out of a job.

So, with a few weeks of camp and four preseason tilts in the rearview, just where do the Bruins stand?

Forwards

Defense

Goaltenders

Extra skaters

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