The B's continue to eat valuable cap space by overpaying end-of-the-roster players. The latest (but not only) example: Kevan Miller.
Head-scratching deals like Kevan Miller's are the kind of thing that landed the Bruins in cap jail and ended up costing Peter Chiarelli his job.
To the surprise of pretty much nobody, Kevan Miller was ecstatic with the four year, $10 million contract extension handed to him by the Boston Bruins on Tuesday afternoon.
This week, a look at who some of the players the Bruins could be interested in acquiring are playing during the playoffs, and what the return would be from Boston. Boston Globe columnist Kevin Paul Dupont sits in for the final segment to talk about the prospects of trading David Krejci or Tuukka Rask, and whether h...