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.
4yHere are five thoughts from the first period with the Bruins trailing the Rangers by a 1-0 score at TD Garden.
4yTuukka Rask has some sparkling career numbers against the Rangers, and will get the start against New York in a Saturday afternoon matinee at TD Garden.
4yDennis Seidenberg is starting to show signs that his slump is over and he's ready to be the stalwart that Boston needs him to be.
4yAlso, the Bruins sign a local college product; Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell prepare for the playoffs.
4yThe Bruins proved they had each others' backs on Thursday when they took on the Habs.
4yThe Gold Star, Black Eye and Quote to Note from Thursday's B's-Habs game, courtesy of Joe Haggerty.
4yThe Bruins' winger stays disciplined and does what the Bruins need him to do: Score.