The best thing the Bruins might have going for them right now is solidarity.
We’re starting to get a little more light on what went down with the Boston Bruins on Monday’s trade deadline day.
Former NHL player and current TSN broadcaster Ray Ferraro gave his take on the trade deadline moves around the league.
You can’t blame Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli for not paying what he considered exorbitant prices for rental players on the trade market.
We all expected to gain a clearer picture of that vision on Monday, trade deadline day around the NHL. Instead, we got to see Max Talbot, Brett Connolly, and … that was it.
How do you divvy up the pie?
If the Bruins’ goal as an organization is to just make the postseason, Peter Chiarelli doesn’t need to go too crazy before the trade deadline.
Realistically, the Bruins have 4 options ahead of the March 2 trade deadline.
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