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Jul 30, 6 years ago

Wheeler looking to be “more physical” in 2010-11

Wheeler wants to shoot more and be more physical in 2010-11…

Jul 30, 6 years ago

The Bruins, Blake Wheeler, and the all-important salary-cap

After two days of deliberation, Elizabeth Neumeier—the arbitrator in Blake Wheeler’s hearing—yesterday set the 23-year-old’s 2010-11 NHL salary at $2.2 million. And this morning, the Bruins made quick work of their own 48-hour…

Jul 27, 6 years ago

Blake Wheeler’s arbitration hearing: “Not contentious at all”

Will the Bruins walk-away from the arbitrator’s decision?…

Jul 24, 6 years ago

Possible starting lineup for the 2010-11 Boston Bruins

Okay, so I’m three months premature here, but I just had to start kicking the tires on the possible opening day lineup for the 2010-11 Boston Bruins. First, before I list my possible line combinations, here are a few things related that we need…

Jul 21, 6 years ago

The NHL finally gets it right; rejects ridiculous Kovalchuk deal

After working ten hours last night and thinking about the recent Ilya Kovalchuk signing, I was pretty stoked to come home and see that the NHL had rejected the ludicrous $102M contract that was to keep the 27-year-old phenom in New Jersey for the nex…

Jul 9, 6 years ago

Stuart staying put for one more year

It’s official: the Boston Bruins have re-signed defenseman and restricted free-agent, Mark Stuart, to a one-year contract worth $1.675M. The B’s now have their six starting defenseman under contract for this upcoming 2010-11 NHL season&…