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.
4yMark Recchi, meanwhile, is the only Bruin missing from Friday's morning skate . . . and he's expected to play.
4yClaude Julien stresses that now is not the time to panic over a power play that has been miserable all postseason.
4yThe Boston Mayor doesn't want any problems, no matter if the B's win or lose Game 7, tonight.
4yIf the Bruins want to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals, they will have to make some adjustments in Game 7, including scaling back Mark Recchi's time on the power play.
4yHow have the Bruins fared in do-or-die situations under Julien? There's both good and bad.
4yGuy Boucher made his displeasure with the refereeing in the series public, but was it nothing more than a ploy?
4yBill Daly, the NHL's deputy commissioner, tells the St. Petersburg Times that no penalty will be handed down for Game 6's water-bottle incident.