Kalman: Landing Stamkos A Dream, But One Well Worth Pursuing For BruinsOf all the crazy notions flying around the NHL with just days before the interview period gives was to the start of free agency, the signing of Stamkos is the most intrigui
Kalman: Sweeney Needs To Supplement Bruins’ Bottom Six Without OverpayingIt’s difficult at this point in the offseason to ascertain just what direction Bruins general manager Don Sweeney is going to go once free agency opens Friday.
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.
Kalman: Bruins Might Not Have To Wait Long For McAvoy To ArriveThe Bruins opted for the player they have seen the most and plays closest to TD Garden.
Kalman: A (100 Percent Accurate) Prediction For Five Bruins Games In 2016-17 SeasonWith the help of a crystal ball (which may or may not be working right), here’s a look at five games on the schedule that might be particularly worth the price of admission:
Lessons Learned, Jake DeBrusk Ready For Second Development Camp With BruinsThe Bruins will be expecting big things from the 6-foot, 180-pound DeBrusk, who will turn 20 on Oct. 17 and will be eligible to start his pro career with Providence of the American Hockey League this fall.
Kalman: World Cup Selection Another Sign Marchand’s Pest Days Should Be In PastIf starring for Canada during a run to the gold medal at the 2016 IIHF World Championship earlier this month was a final exam, then getting named to Team Canada for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey was like graduation for Bruins forward Brad Marchand.
Kalman: Regardless Of Personnel, Bruce Cassidy’s Plan Is For Bruins D To Transition QuickerThe new Bruins assistant coach has plenty of work to do to improve the defense.
Kalman: Signing Kevan Miller Was Wrong Move At Wrong Time For BruinsKevan Miller signed a four-year contract worth $10 million with the Bruins on Tuesday and will count against the cap at $2.50 million per season.
Kalman: Bruins' New Assistants Specialize In Grooming Youth, Constructive CriticismIt’s time for new voices on the Bruins’ bench, but voices that are still familiar and will convey a similar message to the ones they’re replacing.
Claude Julien Breaks Down Penguins-Lightning Eastern Conference FinalBruins head coach Claude Julien has had more time on his hands than he would've liked, but he's used it to scout the Eastern Conference.
Alexander Khokhlachev Planning To Leave Bruins Organization For KHLAlexander Khokhlachev's agent said going to the KHL "looks like the only option."

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