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An outlook for Bruins’ UFA’s, RFA’s and potential expansion candidates

Bruce Cassidy gets the promotion he deserves

Bruce Cassidy ‘absolutely’ should return next season

Sweeney puts final stamp on Cassidy but many decisions still loom

Apr 28, 2 days ago

Sweeney puts final stamp on Cassidy but many decisions still loom

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Wednesday, Bruins GM Don Sweeney made the announcement. Thursday morning, it became official. “The Bruins are very excited to be naming Bruce Cassidy the 28th head coach of the Boston Bruins,” Sweeney said as his opening comment – and seated ne…

Apr 27, 2 days ago

An outlook for Bruins’ UFA’s, RFA’s and potential expansion candidates

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pastrnak-4-27.jpghttp://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pastrnak-4-27.jpgAn outlook for Bruins’ UFA’s, RFA’s and potential expansion candidates

As the Bruins’ post-mortem winds down, the outlook for 2017-18 is beginning to take shape. From the Expansion Draft to the NHL Entry Draft and free agency, general manager Don Sweeney and company will begin looking ahead to improving their team…

Apr 26, 4 days ago

Bruce Cassidy gets the promotion he deserves

Bruce Cassidy gets the promotion he deserves

The players wanted Bruce Cassidy to get the promotion to full-time head coach. Bruins fans wanted Cassidy to have the interim tag removed. Cassidy, himself, absolutely wanted to remain in Boston. On Wednesday, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney made …

Apr 24, 5 days ago

Bruce Cassidy ‘absolutely’ should return next season

Bruce Cassidy ‘absolutely’ should return next season

On February 7, the Bruins went through a public relations nightmare with the firing of the wildly popular Claude Julien after a decade behind the bench. It wasn’t the axing itself that got the ire of Bruins fans, but rather the announcement of …

Apr 24, 6 days ago

Not enough left in Bruins’ tank

Not enough left in Bruins’ tank

When you look back at this past playoff series, and perhaps the entire Bruins season as well, one of the key explanations for the first round defeat at the hands of the Ottawa Senators could be attributed to just one word; fatigue. Think back to the …

Apr 24, 6 days ago

Bruins proud of themselves despite series loss to Sens

Bruins proud of themselves despite series loss to Sens

It wasn’t the ending they wanted, but the Bruins should be proud of themselves despite failing to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Sunday’s overtime loss on home ice was the final nail in coffin as the Bruins’ season end…