Don Sweeney

Kalman: Bruins Have To Trade Eriksson, Regardless Of Road Trip ResultsLoui Eriksson has served his purpose with the Bruins.
Kalman: Breaking Down Bruins' Biggest Issues At Season's Midway PointInstead of giving out meaningless midseason report-card grades, here’s a look at some of the issues the Bruins need to clear up at each position.
Kalman: David Pastrnak Set To Be Savior For Bruins’ Slumping OffenseBruins coach Claude Julien is doing all he can to not make David Pastrnak into a savior for a team that’s lost five of its past six games and has scored two total goals in his past two games.
David Pastrnak Remains Sidelined With Small Fracture In FootThe Bruins will be without talented young winger David Pastrnak for a bit more time.
Kalman: Sweeney-Favorite Spooner Set To Seize Prominent Role For BruinsLike a doting dad, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney seemingly manages to work in Ryan Spooner’s name during any conversation about how the Bruins are going to improve in the upcoming season and beyond.
Kalman: Sweeney Sensible To Avoid Free Agents, Give Young Defense A ChanceSo far general manager Don Sweeney has withstood the urge to sign a free agent veteran defenseman to try to make up for the loss of Dougie Hamilton.
Kalman: New Contracts Offer Bruins’ Hayes, Connolly Slight Measure of CertaintyIn one fell swoop, Bruins rookie general manager Don Sweeney made sure there would be no lengthy negotiating process with the team’s remaining restricted free agents.
Sweeney Optimistic After Roller Coaster Week For BruinsIt's been a busy -- and interesting -- week for first-year Bruins GM Don Sweeney.
Hurley: As It Turns Out, Don Sweeney's Doing A Very Good JobArmed 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.
Kalman: Sweeney Succeeds In Setting Up Bruins For This Season and FutureIn need of scoring, Don Sweeney added two players who combined for 41 goals last season.
Report: Ryan Spooner Signs Two-Year, $1.9 Million Contract With BruinsThe 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.
Kalman: Anything Could Happen With Bruins’ Roster When Free Agency OpensThe 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.

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