Even before the Bruins used the 2015 NHL Draft to add 10 more prospects, including five in the first two rounds, forward Danton Heinen had elevated the level of promise in Boston’s group of players for the future.
Luckily for forward Zachary Senyshyn he was at the NHL Draft last month when the Bruins selected him 15th overall in Sunrise, Fla.
Defenseman Rob O’Gara is the type of player Bruins development camp was made to benefit.
Zane McIntyre left North Dakota after three seasons to turn pro and officially signed with the Bruins on July 1.
It’s time for Bruins general manager Don Sweeney to put his toys on display.
Let’s hope for the Bruins’ sake newly acquired forwards Matt Beleskey and Jimmy Hayes turn out to be bolder on the ice than they were when asked to make a statement about what line they want to play on.
In 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.
Matt Kalman breaks down the winners and losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agency.
In need of scoring, Don Sweeney added two players who combined for 41 goals last season.
The 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.