Taking a year off from competing is just not going to be acceptable. But that shouldn’t tarnish the memory of what Chiarelli accomplished.
After a disappointing campaign that resulted in the Boston Bruins missing the postseason, the team fired general manager Peter Chiarelli on Wednesday.
The Bruins played this season as though they were entitled. The players all but confirmed their inability to exercise a killer instinct on Monday.
Boston Bruins players were taking the blame for their failure of a season on Monday, and hope to get another shot with the same core next year.
Zolak & Bertrand heard from the voice of the Boston Bruins, Dave Goucher, Monday afternoon to sort through what was a disappointing season and start planning ahead for the future.
“The job uncertainty, the questions surrounding us, it’s part of the job.”
CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty joined Toucher & Rich Monday morning for a Bruins post mortem.
Chiarelli sounded so negative, one has to think maybe he’s trying to manipulate his players before what could be the biggest game of the season.
The Bruins have gone from a Presidents Trophy last year to likely not making the playoffs this year in disgusting fashion.
One Stanley Cup win and another Cup Finals appearance. It was a nice run for the Bruins, but it’s over for the head coach and general manager, says Mike Felger.