If a team drafting in the top 10 is interested in Milan Lucic, Adam Jones believes the Bruins should not hesitate.
The Don Sweeney-Claude Julien marriage was nearly inevitable, and is one that should be given a sufficient amount of time to find it’s groove, writes CBS Boston’s Matt Kalman.
Claude Julien is still the coach, and he feels he has the full support of his bosses.
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.
The clamoring from the masses for the Bruins to remake their bottom two lines has been heard and the reinvention is underway.
The Carl Soderberg saga in Boston appears to be over.
The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Claude Julien is a coach, not a magician.
Claude Julien and his staff will be back behind the Bruins bench for the upcoming season.