It’s been a busy — and interesting — week for first-year Bruins GM Don Sweeney.
Matt Kalman breaks down the winners and losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agency.
Armed with more clarity with some of the situations surrounding the moves, here’s a more enlightened look at the moves Sweeney has made in the past week.
In need of scoring, Don Sweeney added two players who combined for 41 goals last season.
The Boston Bruins are making a trade, and it’s bringing them a local boy in return.
The Boston Bruins are on the verge of making their first big move of free agency.
The Boston Bruins were not very active in the NHL free-agent frenzy on Wednesday afternoon, but they were able to lock up one of their own.
“So is that a Dougie Hamilton problem, or is that a Bruins problem?”
The Bruins don’t have enough space right now to go on a shopping spree when free agency starts at noon on Wednesday, but for the first time several years the Bruins have enough space to sign a decent player if general manager Don Sweeney chooses.
Whether you agree with Don Sweeney’s initial batch of moves or think he’s out of his mind, you have to credit him for bringing the same attributes he utilized as a player to his role as general manager of the Bruins.
The Boston Bruins (and Toucher & Rich) once again shaved their heads for charity on Tuesday, with 100 percent participation from the team at the 8th Annual “Cuts For A Cause.”
Check out what the Bruins looked like before and after the 8th Annual “Cuts For A Cause.”
A look back at all nine of the Game 7’s the Bruins have played under Claude Julien.
Here’s a glance at what the icons of this generation looked like before they made their way to superstardom in Boston.
Several Bruins, former Bruins and Hockey East alums are representing their countries in Sochi.
A look at the offseason additions and subtractions by the Boston Bruins.
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