The Bruins signed goaltender Niklas Svedberg to a one-year, one way contract on Monday, general manager Peter Chiarelli announced, worth a cap figure of $600,000.
If you’re Jarome Iginla and you’re willing to take another incentive-laden one-year deal just to stay with the Bruins beyond this summer, you should have your Gatorade bottles checked for the type of stuff that makes people think Jerry Garcia is still alive.
Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano, Peter Forsberg, Rob Blake, Pat Burns and Bill McCreary will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli spoke via conference call with the media on Monday to provide a glimpse of the team’s offseason plan in advance of the upcoming NHL Draft.
Will re-tooling the fourth line be enough to get the Bruins over the top? Not according to Kirk Luedeke, regional scout for Red Line Report and New England Hockey Journal contributor.
The Boston Bruins have a big hole to fill on their bench.
Bruins DieHard says slow down if you’re putting Shawn Thornton’s #22 in the TD Garden rafters.
It might be a little painful to force your brain to do this type of exercise, but like they say, no pain no gain.
The NHL is slowly moving away from the enforcer role. The Bruins electing to let Shawn Thornton go to free agency reflects that trend, which is not a good thing according to CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty.
Shawn Thornton called in to Toucher & Rich to thank the show for all the help through the years with Cuts For A Cause, among other things.