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.
Bruins president Cam Neely's selection of Don Sweeney as the new GM puts the pressure squarely on the Hall of Famer to return the team to glory.
When Don Sweeney talked about mistakes the Bruins made in allowing players to leave, it sure sounded like he meant Tyler Seguin.
3yAdam McQuaid didn't practice Wednesday and it appears unlikely that he'll play in the next game or two. Steve Kampfer, though, is close to a return.
3yDavid Krejci is close to returning to the Bruins after missing the last three games with a core injury. He's so close that Thursday's game against the Leafs is a possibility.
3yThe Bruins are out to a 2-4 start and Claude Julien is messing around with his lines in the hopes he finds combinations that work.
3yThe Bruins' enforcer tells Michael Felger which teammate he'd most like to plug in dodgeball, why he didn't fight John Scott last weekend, and if he deserves to win the Lady Byng.
3yWho will provide the biggest challenges to the Bruins this year? 'Sticks and Stones' regular Mike Milbury looks at teams in the Eastern Conference and tells us who's strong . . . and who's a sleeper.
3yWhen the Bruins can't capitalize on early chances, they've tended to get frustrated, which throws them off their game.
3yIf you caught any of the Bruins game, chances are you saw a few scrums, and a handful of B's players in the penalty box. Frustration got the best of them Tuesday night, and they lose again because of it.