The Bruins don't have much cap flexibility right now, but that's a goal of Don Sweeney's. When they gain it, who can help them?
New Bruins GM Don Sweeney's top priority is determining whether coach Claude Julien will be sticking around.
Pull the plug on Julien. Give Chiarelli some ponies for an Edmonton horse. These are among the items Felger has on Sweeney's to-do list.
2yThe Bruins won the Stanley Cup not all that long ago, but Vegas has pegged their odds at another Cup at 141.
2yOn Zach Parise's contract status, who should win the Conn Smythe um, Jonathin Quick, anyone? and Wayne Gretzky's tears . . .
2yGary Bettman and the NHL's owners are going to be looking for a bigger chunk of the league profits soon. Could the negotiations lead to a shortened season?
2yThe Boston Bruins clearly like their chances with the players who won the cup last year, but according to odds-makers in Las Vegas, they are only the ninth-most favorable odds to win the cup next season.
2yOld coaches talk about the man of the hour Jonathan Quick, Hockey night in Canadas 2012 montage, and courting season about to begin for Parise.
2yNow that the Bruins have re-signed Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell, their salary cap situation this offseason is a little bit clearer.
2yThe Bruins have re-signed Chis Kelly and Gregory Campbell to multi-year deals, Joe Haggerty confirms.