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Who will the Bruins re-sign from the current roster?

5 things on Don Sweeney’s off-season to do list

June 15, 2011

5 Bruins games to watch for 2018-19

Aug 4, 8 years ago

Bruins 2010-11 roster taking shape despite cap worries

When Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli announced the three-year entry-level signing of the second overall pick in this year’s draft, Tyler Seguin, yesterday, the team continued to go over the $54.9 million cap ceiling for the 2010…

Aug 3, 8 years ago

The Boston Bruins 2010-11 salary cap breakdown

With Blake Wheeler and Tyler Seguin inked and ready-to-go for the 2010-11 NHL season, the Boston Bruins are still in a bit of a salary-cap predicament. Now the club has 22 roster players signed, but are also more than $3 million over the $54.9 millio…

Aug 3, 8 years ago

Quick quotes: Chiarelli conference call on Seguin signing

The Boston Bruins officially announced the signing of 2010 first-round, second overall draft pick, Tyler Seguin, to a three-year entry-level NHL contract. The financial terms, as usual, were not disclosed, but it’s safe to presume that the 18-y…

Jul 30, 8 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, 8 years ago

Wheeler signed and back in the fold

The Boston Bruins made it official this morning by accepting the arbitrator’s ruling and inking 23-year-old Blake Wheeler to a one-year, $2.2 million deal for the upcoming 2010-11 NHL season. “It is never a pleasant experience for either side…

Jul 30, 8 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…