Jacobs’ reluctance didn’t cost the Bruins as much as it could have. But he should learn from it.
So far, Don Sweeney has done nothing to buck the troubling trend of losing talent without replacing it.
Claude Julien and his staff will be back behind the Bruins bench for the upcoming season.
In promoting Sweeney, the Bruins opted for familiarity and a subtle change in their way of doing business over a major reshaping of the organization.
The Boston Bruins have their new general manager, and it’s a familiar face to Bruins fans.
The process to hire Peter Chiarelli’s replacement is reportedly moving on to the next step.
Future comparisons will be made between Chiarelli’s work with the Oilers and Neely’s work with the Bruins.
The Edmonton Oilers made sweeping front-office changes Friday after another disappointing season.
It’s been one week since Peter Chiarelli was fired by the Boston Bruins, but he may not be unemployed for long.