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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…

NewsJan 6, 2 years ago

NHL, players’ association agree to new 10-year CBA

I’m going to go ahead and steal a page out of The Rock’s book. Finally the NHL has come back to Boston. Sorry guys, I had to. If you’re like me you woke up this morning to tweets, text messages, e-mails, voice mails and whatever other wonderful…

NewsDec 28, 2 years ago

Haven’t we been here before

No need to pinch yourself hockey fans, you are not stuck in some crazy horrifying nightmare that consistently repeats itself every few weeks. What you are feeling, is a sense of déjà vu as you are left asking yourself, haven’t I been here before?…

NewsOct 18, 3 years ago

Back to square one at the NHL bargaining table

So much for optimism (again) in the latest talks of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Two days after the NHL put its latest offer on the table that a 50/50 revenue split, the league struck down all three of the NHLPA’s counteroffers. Each …

NewsOct 16, 3 years ago

CBA optimism grows, as league makes new proposal

For the first time in a long time we have some progress in regards to CBA talks. Early this afternoon the National Hockey League Owners sent a somewhat expected proposal to the Players Association, and boy was it an interesting one. In this proposal,…

UncategorizedSep 17, 3 years ago

The Bruins Daily lockout guide: part 1

Throughout the week, the Bruins Daily staff will be posting their guide to surviving the 2012-13 NHL Lockout. Today, we will look at the usage of social media and how much effect it will have, if any. On Friday, we invite our readers to take part in …