Defenseman Matt Bartkowski leaves the Bruins to sign a one-year, $1.75 million deal free agent deal with the Vancouver Canucks.
NHL free agency is about to begin, and here are the five most attractive targets for new Bruins general manager Don Sweeney.
GM Don Sweeney explains why he traded for a fourth-line center with more days on the NHL's suspended list (14) than career goals (8).
4dDon Sweeney says Dougie Hamilton didn't ask for a trade, but the contract he was seeking led to the Bruins "moving in a different direction."
4dMilan Lucic fires a few shots at the Bruins on his way out of town.
4dWith the plethora of prospects and picks they picked up in earlier trades, the Bruins are trying to trade up to take Noah Hanifan.
4dNew GM Don Sweeney begins reshaping the Bruins by dealing Dougie Hamilton and Milan Lucic for four draft choices and two prospects.
4dAccording to TSN, the Bruins are close to sending Milan Lucic to the Kings for a package that includes L.A.'s No. 1 draft choice.
4dHaving lost one of their defensemen earlier in the day, the Bruins apparently retain another when they reportedly re-sign Adam McQuaid.
4dThe Bruins turn down an offer from ex-GM Peter Chiarelli and trade restricted free-agent defenseman Dougie Hamilton to Calgary.