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NewsMar 4, 5 years ago

Bruins’ trade deadline a complete failure

The Boston Bruins headed into the NHL trade deadline on Mar. 3 after the Olympic break on a sour note. En route to snapping a four-game winning streak, the Bruins lost with yet another lackluster effort Tuesday night, 4-1, to the Montreal Canadiens a…

NewsMar 3, 5 years ago

Boston now owns Seidenberg’s compelling contract

It was no surprise that Panthers’ general manager Randy Sexton was going to be a seller by this NHL trade deadline day. It was even more obvious that he was going to deal impending free-agents; such as F Dominic Moore, D Jordan Leopold, and D D…

NewsMar 3, 5 years ago

Seidenberg’s 2009-10 stats

With Derek Morris now gone, Bruins fans, here’s his replacement: Dennis Seidenberg. A strong blue-liner who eats a ton of minutes and blocks virtually any shot that comes his way. But with 30 minutes remaining in the NHL trade deadline, this ha…

UncategorizedMar 3, 5 years ago

Derek Morris: Going back to Phoenix

TSN.ca reports that the Bruins have traded Bruins’ defenseman Derek Morris back to the Phoenix Coyotes, where he had spent five NHL season. The compensation: a [conditional] fourth-round pick in 2011. Dominic Moore = second-round pick in 2010; …

NewsMar 2, 5 years ago

Bruins make two non-factor trades

Well, so far, nothing major going on between Bruins’ general manager Peter Chiarelli and the rest of the NHL’s GM’s. Nothing relevant for the 2009-10 Boston Bruins and their need for players who can make an impact right now; or even…

HistoryMar 2, 5 years ago

Today in Boston Bruins’ history: No. 7 Phil Esposito

On this day, Mar. 2 in 1969, Bruins Hall of Fame forward Phil Esposito became the first player in NHL history to break the 100-point barrier in a single-season. Esposito lit the lamp twice in a 4-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on this day, 41…