The Bruins will likely move Loui Eriksson to the first line with Jarome Iginla taking a better deal out West.
It’s not quite as exciting when the B’s sit on the sidelines while every other team gets to have all the fun. However, that doesn’t mean the Bruins were losers on the opening day of free agency.
The Bruins have gotten themselves into NHL salary cap jail, and Mike Halford of Pro Hockey Talk thinks the only way to remedy Iginla’s absence is to promote from within the ranks.
How the Bruins fare the next couple years and how long Chiarelli gets to be the Bruins’ GM will be integrally tied to his decisions on Seguin and Iginla.
Andy Gresh and Hardy discuss the offseason outlook for both the Bruins and Celtics.
Jarome Iginla has chosen the Colorado Avalanche.
Shawn Thornton has a new home.
The Boston Bruins would like to bring back Jarome Iginla, but they’ll have some stiff competition on the open market.
With the salary cap being set as low as it is, Peter Chiarelli is going to have to make a move he doesn’t want to make. Here’s a look at what Chiarelli’s dealing with.
Matt Kalman weighs in on the importance of this year’s draft for the Bruins.