COMMENTARY The Bruins are in need of a fix, there’s no doubting that. After back-to-back late season collapses resulted with the team missing the playoffs, GM Don Sweeney and company are trying to figure things out and find the recipe for success that will ultimately get them back to the postseason. Let’s take a look […] The post 6 ways to fix the Bruins appeared first on Boston.com.
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The Boston Bruins completed two serious moves today. First, they informed seven-year veteran Dennis Seidenberg that his services were no longer required. The Bruins bought out his contract and parted ways with the 35-year old defenseman. Later that afternoon, the Black and Gold came to terms with blueliner Torey Krug. Krug signed a four-year/$21 million […] Boston Bruins: Recent...
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The Boston Bruins have decided to buy out the contract of defenseman Dennis Seidenberg. The 34-year old blueliner has two years remaining on his contract. Seidenberg now becomes a free agent. Also, the Bruins decisions that led the B’s to keep both Adam McQuaid and Kevan Miller become slightly more palatable. The Bruins will save […] Dennis Seidenberg Buyout Good For Boston...
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Shortly after cutting ties with one member of their defense corps, the Boston Bruins locked up another for the foreseeable future. The Bruins on Thursday re-signed defenseman Torey Krug to a four-year, $21 million contract extension. Krug, who signed a one-year, $3.4 million deal last summer, was set to become an restricted free agent when the market opens at noon ET Friday...
LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque (bork) has pleaded not guilty to a drunken driving charge. Bourque was charged Friday with operating under the influence of alcohol after his Mercedes-Benz rear-ended a minivan in an Andover construction zone. No one was hurt. The 55-year-old Bourque entered his plea Monday in Lawrence District Court. The Eagle-Tribune...
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As of Sunday evening, six teams have reached out to Loui Eriksson’s agent in an attempt to find out what kind of contract could lure the forward away from Boston. This report comes from WEEI and states that while there are numerous teams contacting Eriksson’s agent, the Bruins are warming up to the idea of extending the forward beyond four years. As expected, teams have...
ANDOVER, Mass. — Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque has been arrested on a drunken driving charge.Andover police Lt. Cecilia Blais tells The Boston Globe the 55-year-old Bourque was arrested after he was involved in a two-vehicle crash in the city about 11:30 p.m. Friday. No injuries were reported.Bourque was charged with operating under the influence, posted bail and was released...
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The Boston Bruins need a top-four defenseman to solidify their chances of making the Stanley Cup playoffs next season. The problem with acquiring a top-four D-man is two-fold: many teams across the league need one and because of that, the price to acquire one is sky high. Bruins general manager Don Sweeney said as much in his comments to reporters after the first round of the 2016...
It’s looking more and more like Loui Eriksson will be a free agent July 1. The Boston Bruins aren’t throwing in the towel in their attempt to re-sign the veteran winger, but B’s general manager Don Sweeney acknowledged Thursday that the sides might not strike a deal. “We’ll take one more stab at it to see if he thinks the internal landscape is as green as we think it is...
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