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.
How the Bruins fare the next couple years and how long Chiarelli gets to be the Bruins’ GM will be integrally tied to his decisions on Seguin and Iginla.
Andy Gresh and Hardy discuss the offseason outlook for both the Bruins and Celtics.
With the salary cap being set as low as it is, Peter Chiarelli is going to have to make a move he doesn’t want to make. Here’s a look at what Chiarelli’s dealing with.
Former NFL veteran and SportsHub personality Jermaine Wiggins has an opinion on everything.
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.
It might be a little painful to force your brain to do this type of exercise, but like they say, no pain no gain.
Matt Kalman hands out his grades for the Bruins’ right wingers.
There’s another element of the game Chiarelli and Neely would be wise to focus on — the level of maturity the Bruins need proportional to their talents and their style of play.