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Daily NewsMay 20, 1 week ago

It’s official: Don Sweeney named new Bruins General Manager

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Garden.jpgIt’s official: Don Sweeney named new Bruins General Manager

On Tuesday, the Boston Herald reported that Harry Sinden was asked to expand his role with the Bruins in an attempt to possibly help the club with their decision on a new General Manger. If that report was indeed true, then Sinden got the job done. W…

Daily NewsMay 19, 1 week ago

Report: Harry Sinden’s role with Bruins set to expand

Report: Harry Sinden’s role with Bruins set to expand

According to a report from the Boston Herald’s Steve Harris Bruins’ team owner Jeremy Jacobs has asked Harry Sinden, a long-time Bruins employee, to expand his role as the team’s Senior Advisor. Harris states that Jacobs may ask wit…

Daily NewsMay 5, 3 weeks ago

All signs point to Don Sweeney as next Bruins General Manager

All signs point to Don Sweeney as next Bruins General Manager

The next press release — from a transaction standpoint — that will be distributed to the media by the Boston Bruins public relations department should involve an announcement of the next General Manager on Causeway Street. When that press…

Daily NewsApr 17, 1 month ago

Six potential candidates for next GM of the Boston Bruins

Six potential candidates for next GM of the Boston Bruins

The Bruins’ off-season isn’t even a week old, and one domino has already fell. On Wednesday, the team announced that they have relieved Peter Chiarelli of his General Manager duties after nine years on the job. Chiarelli’s track record will lik…

Daily NewsApr 15, 1 month ago

Internal or external? Big decision for next GM looms for Bruins

Internal or external? Big decision for next GM looms for Bruins

Someone had to be accountable for the Bruins’ failure to advance to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2014-15. Ultimately, the person whose job was under the most scrutiny, Peter Chiarelli, became the fall guy as the B’s relieved him of his Gen…

Daily NewsFeb 25, 3 months ago

Bruins salary cap situation won’t get any better

Bruins salary cap situation won’t get any better

The thought of David Krejci going on long term injured reserve could have been a blessing in disguise for the Boston Bruins. After all, GM Peter Chiarelli only has $1.7 million of salary cap space to work with, thus they could have saved some more mo…