Bruins Talk

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With 3.3 billion in NHL revenues for the 2011-12 season, the salary cap should raise up to 70.3 million over the summer months until the current collective bargaining agreement expires in September.
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The veteran goaltender is signed for one more season at a 5 million salary cap hit with a previous full no-trade clause lifting on July 1.
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Ilya Kovalchuk didn't make any major gaffes in Game 1, but he didn't do much of anything. For New Jersey to have a chance, he'll have to be better.
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Chris Bourque fulfilling a lifelong dream with his trade to the Boston Bruins.
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Andrew Ference was at the Prudential Center for Game 1 as a player representative for the NHL, and spoke with CSNNE.com about life after the Bruins were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
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According to several sources, Tim Thomas abruptly sold his suburban home north of Boston, and moved his family to Colorado in the middle of this season.
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CSNNE's Joe Haggerty says that with the first victory, Los Angeles looks poised to bring home the first cup in the team's history.

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