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Apr 15, 1 year 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…

Feb 25, 1 year 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…

Jan 17, 1 year ago

Legendary Bruins voice Bob Wilson passes away

Legendary Bruins voice Bob Wilson passes away

Earlier this week, Bob Wilson, the legendary radio play-by-play man for the Boston Bruins from the Big Bad Bruins era through the mid 1990’s, passed away at the age of 85 after a long battle with lung cancer (via the Boston Herald). Wilson&#821…

Dec 18, 1 year ago

Throwback Thursday: “24” joins eight Bruins’ greats

Throwback Thursday: “24” joins eight Bruins’ greats

This is Part Three, the final in a three-part series edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles written by Bob Snow. He covered the retiring of Terry O’Reilly’s No. 24 for NHL.com.  October 24, 2002 BOSTON – Few Bruins wore mor…

Dec 11, 1 year ago

Throwback Thursday: No. 8 joins Bruin greats

Throwback Thursday: No. 8 joins Bruin greats

This week’s Throwback Thursday is Part Two in a Three-Part series that is edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles: the retiring of Bruins’ President Cam Neely’s No. 8. Snow covered the event for NHL.com. January 12, 2004 BOSTON &…

Dec 4, 1 year ago

Throwback Thursday: “Cam”cording from Row 1

Throwback Thursday: “Cam”cording from Row 1

Bob Snow also writes for NHL.com. This week’s Throwback Thursday is Part One in a Three-Part series that is edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles. Part Two is the retiring of Cam Neely’s No. 8 in 2004; Part Three is the retiring …