Kalman: Bruins' Win Over Flames More Proof Hamilton Trade Bad For Both SidesIt’ll take years to determine if Hamilton or the Bruins will end up better off down the road.
Here Is The Bruins' "Trade Tree" From Phil Kessel To TodayHere is the complete Bruins "trade tree" progressing from Phil Kessel to the players they have today.
Report: Dougie Hamilton Refused To Sign With Bruins After Team Refused To Trade For BrotherWe might never get the full story on Dougie Hamilton's departure from Boston, but a report this week certainly sheds some light on a curious situation.
Hurley: As It Turns Out, Don Sweeney's Doing A Very Good JobArmed with more clarity with some of the situations surrounding the moves, here's a more enlightened look at the moves Sweeney has made in the past week.
Bertrand: If Hamilton Didn't Want To Be In Boston, The Bruins Deserve Blame"So is that a Dougie Hamilton problem, or is that a Bruins problem?"
Kalman: Sweeney Not Rebuilding But Reinventing Bruins' Roster-Building PhilosophyWhether you agree with Don Sweeney's initial batch of moves or think he’s out of his mind, you have to credit him for bringing the same attributes he utilized as a player to his role as general manager of the Bruins.
Felger: Not Outraged, Because Hamilton Isn't That GoodWhile many Bruins fans aren't very happy with the team for trading away 22-year-old defenseman Dougie Hamilton, Michael Felger doesn't share their outrage.
Beers On Sports Final: Bruins A Weaker Team After Weekend MovesBoston Bruins analyst Bob Beers joined WBZ-TV's Sports Final on Sunday night to talk about a rough weekend for the B's.
Bruins Diehard: Baffling B's Moves Make It Feel Like It's 2006 All Over AgainBaffling! That's how I feel after the carnage the Boston Bruins created on Friday and Saturday.
Haggerty On Adam Jones Show: Weekend Moves 'Scream Out Rebuild' For BruinsJoe Haggerty said the Bruins' weekend moves scream out "rebuild" for the franchise.
Kalman: Sweeney's Draft-Day Moves Set Bruins BackThe moves the Bruins made Friday might make them contenders again ... in 2017-18.