NHL Free Agency
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.
NHL free agency got underway on Wednesday, but the Pittburgh Penguins made their big splash on the trade market.
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.
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.
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The Bruins have gotten themselves into NHL salary cap jail, and Mike Halford of Pro Hockey Talk thinks the only way to remedy Iginla’s absence is to promote from within the ranks.
The Boston Bruins would like to bring back Jarome Iginla, but they’ll have some stiff competition on the open market.
Boston Bruins president Cam Neely joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Massarotti on Tuesday, going over a busy week for the B’s.
After signing Jarome Iginla on Day 1 of NHL Free Agency, the Bruins also signed four depth players.