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.
3yClaude Julien experimented with Gregory Campbell on the power play in hopes of screening Roberto Luongo, but it didn't work out in Game 5.
3yB's goaltender Tim Thomas tries to take the high road in response to Canucks netminder Roberto Luongo's bizarre statements.
3yThe Canucks are obviously talented, and they may win the Stanley Cup, but hockey fans everywhere will remember how they acted on the sport's biggest stage.
3yCross-country travel, playoff intensity and just a few hours of rest between games has made it difficult for both the Bruins and Canucks to find their legs on the road.
3yThe Bruins know they need to win Game 6 to keep the Canucks from celebrating in Boston.
3yClaude Julien is tired of hearing all of Tim Thomas' critics, especially Roberto Luongo.
3yThe star of the game, the goat, the turning point and more of the Bruins' Game 5 loss to Vancouver.