Dougie Hamilton’s time in Boston is over.
Don Sweeney’s biggest decision of this offseason will be what he does with Dougie Hamilton.
With little-to-no salary cap flexibility, the B’s must somehow find a way to keep defenseman Dougie Hamilton, who is seeking big money as a restricted free agent.
With the Bruins popping in and out of the news cycle, it’s high time to run through some leftover Bruins thoughts from this spring.
Bob Beers says Don Sweeney has a busy summer ahead of him, his first as the Bruins general manager.
Sweeney’s first big hurdle toward figuring out the roster will come this summer in the form of Dougie Hamilton.
From the ill-timed trade of Johnny Boychuk to the injuries to major players that required a reliance on inexperienced young players to fill in, Boston’s defense corps rode a roller coaster in terms of performance all season.
Here are three positive and three negative takeaways from the season.
Injuries in hockey are often times as closely guarded as nuclear launch codes, which made Wednesday night’s revelation all the more fascinating.
Lead among the players that might earn a reward from Hamilton’s injury is Adam McQuaid.