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Boston Bruins Must Find a Way to Shed Chris Kelly's Contract in 2014 Offseason

Posted 06/15/2014 - 16:07 by HockeyPolls

The “Boston Bruins center” label has lost its adhesive on Chris Kelly’s identifier. Either the team or the position on the tag needs to change.

Salary cap-constraints should tip the scale in the direction of giving Kelly a new employer. If he wants to restore a consistent role at center, that would be all the more reason for an exit.

Promoting Niklas Svedberg Is the Boston Bruins' Best Bet for Backup Goaltending

Posted 06/09/2014 - 18:24 by HockeyPolls

While the Boston Bruins’ best backup goaltending choice for next season might seem less obvious now than earlier in the year, it continues to tip the scale.

Are The Boston Bruins And Jarome Iginla Still A Good Fit For Each Other?

Posted 05/26/2014 - 15:55 by HockeyPolls

The Boston Bruins have more than the salary cap to consider as they contemplate re-signing Jarome Iginla for 2014-15.

Should the Boston Bruins Re-Sign Unrestricted Free Agent Shawn Thornton?

Nothing but formalities separate the Boston Bruins from the expiration of Shawn Thornton’s third contract with the franchise. Last week’s elimination from the second round of the playoffs opened one of many front-row discussion seats to Thornton’s pending free agency.

Complete Guide to the Boston Bruins' 2014 Offseason

The Boston Bruins' season is over.

A brilliant regular-season run primed hopes that the team could return to the Stanley Cup Final for the third time in four seasons, but it was not to be. After breezing past the Detroit Red Wings in the first round, Boston fell to the underdog Montreal Canadiens in Round 2. 

Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: Biggest Takeaways from Game 5

Posted 05/10/2014 - 22:23 by HockeyPolls

The Boston Bruins have taken a stranglehold on this Stanley Cup playoff series with a dominating performance on Saturday night against the Montreal CanadiensThe Vancouver Sun reported on the Bruins' win that puts them on the brink of winning the best-of-seven series on Monday night in Montreal.

Jarome Iginla Offering Quiet Leadership, Potent Offense for Boston Bruins

Posted 05/09/2014 - 12:14 by HockeyPolls

BOSTON — During the Stanley Cup playoffs, emotions are raw and usually materialize in the way of adrenaline-fueled acts of violence. This postseason has featured more attacks to the male reproductive organ than an episode of America's Funniest Home Videos, collateral damage from a sport that combines those excitations and physical aggressiveness like no other.

Yet sometimes, only on the rarest of occasions, love gets the best of hate.

Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins Game 5: Keys for Each Team

Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien has a 1-0 lifetime record in postseason Game 5s against the Boston Bruins. He guided another group of Habs to a series tiebreaker at what was then known as the FleetCenter during a previous stint in 2002.

Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens: Biggest Takeaways from Game 3

Posted 05/06/2014 - 21:55 by HockeyPolls

A two-day break for the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins did nothing to slow down what has become a great playoff series. 

With Montreal as the new backdrop for this intriguing battle between two storied Original Six teams, Tuesday night's play reflected more physical and high-skill play from both teams.

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