Found June 11, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Just across the wire, the Boston Bruins have kept both Gregory Campbell and Chris Kelly in the fold with new deals. Campbell's deal is a three-year pact worth $4.8 million, coming with a $1.6 million cap-hit. On the heels of a 20-goal campaign that included career-highs in goals (20), points (39), and plus/minus (plus-33), the Bruins have kept Kelly in town with a four-year deal worth 12 mil...

Bruins resign Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell

Chris Kelly will be back in Boston next season News from the Boston Bruins Monday evening as it was announced that the Boston Bruins have resigned forwards Gregory Campbell and Chris Kelly. The Campbell deal is nothing special. Gregory Campbell is getting a deal worth $4.8 over three years which is fair for a fourth line wing who is hugely important in the Boston Bruins penalty kill...

Chris Kelly, Gregory Campbell Receive Raises, Money Well Spent By Bruins to Keep Key Cup Contributors

The Bruins are getting the band back together. Actually, they never let it break up in the first place. With Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell reportedly re-signed to new deals on Monday, the Bruins will once again have the nucleus of their 2011 Cup run back next season after a disappointing, early end to their title defense this spring. Kelly was reportedly signed to a four-year...

Chris Kelly Close to Deal with the Bruins

With few Senators related blurbs hitting the wire of late, as you can see by this morning's Justin Schultz piece, the monitoring of potential UFA targets has become commonplace 'round these parts.Whether it's been Bruce Garrioch or Don Brennan, the name of Chris Kelly has been bandied about as one free agent option who could return to the Ottawa Senators. Fortunately...

Bruins Sign Kelly and Campbell

                      Kelly scored a career high 20 goals last season. ESPN reported this morning that the Boston Bruins have re-signed forwards Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell.  Both players are extremely important to the team and solidify the bottom two center positions.  Both were set to be free agents on July 1, but fortunately the Bruins did not let it get that...

Gregory Campbell and Chris Kelly Stabilize Roster By Re-Signing With Bruins (Video)

The Bruins are in a state of flux, as would be the case with any team that lost its starting goaltender without much warning. However, on Monday the Bruins' brass did make a couple moves to stabilize the roster, rewarding players who have performed well for the team. By locking up a pair of centers, Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell, the Bruins solidified contributions both on...

Reports: Bruins Re-Sign Chris Kelly, Gregory Campbell to Multi-Year Contracts

The Bruins continue their busy offseason, this time locking up a couple of pieces of their supporting cast. Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell both agreed to terms with the team on Monday, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie. Kelly reportedly signed for four years and $12 million, while Campbell deal is reported to be for three years and $4.8 million total. The players' agent,...

Bruins re-sign Chris Kelly, Gregory Campbell

Per TSN, the Boston Bruins have re-signed Merlot Line centerman Gregory Campbell and PK extraordinaire Chris Kelly to multi-year deals.Kelly's deal is for four years, $12 million while Campbell has a three-year deal worth $4.8 million.We love Chris Kelly but this still is a bit of an overpayment, but not as bad as we feared. Four years seems about a year too long, too. He had...

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The Bruins formally announced on Wednesday that they have re-signed Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell. But that doesn't mean Boston's offseason is complete. There's still plenty of action to come, and that starts with the beginning of the NHL's free agency period on July 1. The action isn't limited to the B's, of course, as there could be some big moves throughout...

Bruins Re-Sign Pair

via TSN, The Boston Bruins agree to terms with forwards Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell on multi-year deals on Monday. Kelly’s deal is for four years for a toal of $12 million while Campbell has a three-year deal worth $4.8 million.
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