Rinaldo, Stempniak Trades Leave Bruins Hamstrung In Restricted Free AgencyThanks to Don Sweeney, the Bruins can't even TRY to get a good defenseman in restricted free agency.
Bruins Letting Brett Connolly Enter Free Agency, Raising Questions About Asset ManagementA little over a year ago, the Boston Bruins gave up two second-round picks to acquire Brett Connolly. Now, they're willing to potentially let him walk away for nothing.
The Bruins Admitted They Purposely Drafted A Third Line Grinder In The First RoundThe Bruins' obsession with bottom-six grinders became a parody of itself at the draft.
Bruins, Other Teams Shut Out Of Shattenkirk Trade By Massive Price TagThe Blues are asking for top young NHL-ready talent to trade the All-Star defenseman to Boston.
Kalman: Stamkos, Lucic Fantasies Aside, Bruins Improvement Always Tied To Defense CorpsFantasies about Stamkos’ arrival or Lucic’s return are fun. But they really don’t fit the grand plan.
Sweeney: Bruins Taking 'One Last Stab' At Eriksson Deal, Moving On From Gustavsson And TrotmanIt's sounding more and more like Eriksson will become a free agent.
Sweeney: Bruins Would Love To Have Eriksson BackDon Sweeney would like to bring back Loui Eriksson this offseason, but says retaining the unrestricted free agent may be difficult.
Bruins Fans Are Not Very Happy With Don Sweeney For Re-Signing Kevan MillerBruins fans were not too happy to hear Don Sweeney gave Kevan Miller a four-year contract extension.
Alexander Khokhlachev Planning To Leave Bruins Organization For KHLAlexander Khokhlachev's agent said going to the KHL "looks like the only option."
Bruins 2015-16 Report Cards: Goalies & ManagementMatt Kalman hands out his 2015-16 grades for the Bruins' netminders, head coach Claude Julien and general manager Don Sweeney.
Kalman: Rask Has Motivation, Now Needs To Respond To Aid Bruins’ RebootAll athletes need motivation. Some require more prodding than others.
There's Only One Way For The Bruins To Land A No. 1 Defenseman, And It Won't Be EasyRestricted free agents signing offer sheets with new teams is rare in the NHL. But the Boston Bruins may need to do it in order to improve their defense.