Boston Bruins Radio Network

Boston Bruins Radio Network

The Boston Bruins Radio Network is a 16-station (11 A.M., 5 F.M.) CBS Radio network which carries live game broadcasts of the Boston Bruins. The network's flagship station is WBZ-FM/98.5-Boston, Massachusetts. Dave Goucher announces play-by-play. Bob Beers provides color commentary.

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