This is the first in a five-part series that will examine the problems that came to a head this season for the Boston Bruins, and how those issues will need to get fixed.
In an organization starved of young talent, Ryan Spooner seemed to be a godsend.
BOSTON -- If the world of professional sports were fair and just, Peter Chiarelli would still be employed by the Boston Bruins.
BOSTON - Cam Neely didn't want to directly denigrate the job done by fired general manager Peter Chiarelli when discussing the move on Wednesday afternoon.
TAMPA – Peter Chiarelli didn’t want to turn his Friday chat with the Bruins media at the Tampa Hilton’s Esplanade Room into a “postmortem” while his team is still mathematically alive for the post