March 6th, 2014 by

Bruins Daily TV NHL Trade Deadline Special

Bruins Daily TV NHL Trade Deadline Special

Your’s truly along with Erika Leigh and Dan St. Pierre evaluate the Bruins deals, the winners and losers, discuss the biggest names who were dealt and wrap up the day that was in the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline on the latest edition of Bruins Daily TV, filmed at Studio 73 at Suffolk University.

In Part 1, Erika and I discuss all the deals that went down before Wednesday’s trade deadline, including the deal that sent Ryan Miller and Steve Ott to the St. Louis Blues, and Roberto Luongo going from Vancouver to Florida. (Thanks to @HoganReports and @PaulFlemingJR for sending their tweets.)

We bring Dan in for Part 2 as we discuss the winners and losers and evaluate Wednesday’s NHL Trade Deadline.

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