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.
1mPart Two on what's wrong with the Bruins: Joe Haggerty says Claude Julien must alter his defense-first, veteran-friendly ways.
1mThere's little evidence the Bruins have 'tuned out' Claude Julien, and proof comes from an unlikely source: Ryan Spooner.
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1mDon Cherry says the deal that made Johnny Boychuk an ex-Bruin is the move that ultimately led to the firing of Peter Chiarelli.
1mIn the first of a five-part series examining what's wrong with the Bruins, Joe Haggerty looks at the team's player-development failures.
1mThe Bruins' hierarchy was disappointed that no young players stepped forward last fall. But Ryan Spooner thrived when given the chance.
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