Boston’s summer filibuster continued Tuesday with two moves that weren’t particularly thrilling nor do they figure to have much impact on the 2014-15 edition of the Bruins.
Peter Chiarelli didn’t rule out the possibility of David Pastrnak making the Bruins’ roster. He also warned not to put the cart before the horse.
At least one player who has spent the bulk of his time at a level below the NHL is going to have to graduate to the parent club this fall.
This could be a crucial season for Subban in terms of proving to the Bruins he’s on the right track and as far as the Bruins’ decision-making about their organizational depth at goaltender.
Here are a few of the players attending Boston’s development camp that I’m most interested in watching this week:
The Bruins have a major dilemma on their hands when it comes to defenseman Johnny Boychuk’s future with the team.
Here’s a quick peek at the Bruins’ rivals moves and how much of a threat those teams are now to the Bruins’ supremacy in the division.
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.
Matt Kalman weighs in on the importance of this year’s draft for the Bruins.
It had to be a bittersweet night for the Bruins representatives that made their way to Las Vegas for the NHL Awards on Tuesday.