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Five Most Likely Destinations For Simon Gagne

July 12th, 2010
With the new addition of Nikolai Zherdev and the need for a starting goaltender, the money-tight Philadelphia Flyers have decided the Simon Gagne is their most expendable piece and have been exploring trades for the injury-plagued winger. The reasoning here appears to be to clear $5 million off the Flyers' cap ...

Boston Bruins’ Offseason Gameplan: Three Crucial Moves To Success

July 6th, 2010
It was mostly a forgetful season for us Bruins' fans with so many ups and downs. At first it seemed like a purely down year, one full of injuries and one of the most under-achieving offenses in the game. The Bruins netted an average of only 2.39 goals per game ...

NHL Trade Rumors: ‘No Truth’ To Marc Savard for Tomas Kaberle Trade Buzz

June 24th, 2010
Exhale Bruin’s fans. "There's no truth to it," Leafs GM Brian Burke told ESPN.com in response to all the Savard for Kaberle trade talk. The rumor was internet-driven just as many of these early off-season rumors are, deriving from hockey forums and boards around the web. "First off, ...

Boston Bruins To Shop All-Star Tim Thomas

June 22nd, 2010
Tim Thomas was a fan favorite in Boston for a few years, but now his back-up status and his $5 million salary is really starting to get on the nerves of even the most faithful fans. With the Bruins right up against the cap, they can’t afford to carry a back-up ...

2010 NHL Awards: Who Has the Hart?

June 22nd, 2010
The Hart Trophy goes to “the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team," where the winner is selected by a poll from the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association. While the winner will be announced at the 2010 NHL Awards on June 23 in buzzing Las Vegas. As before many ...

Boston Bruins Offseason Trade Rumors Are-a-Turnin’

June 21st, 2010
With the Stanley Cup Finals just barely behind us, already we see the beginning of free agent frenzy. With a shallow free agent pool this offseason look for more trades being used as ways to make moves over testing the free agent market.  It seems that because of their No. ...

Cam Neely Named President Of The Boston Bruins

June 16th, 2010
Many years after finishing his Hall of Fame career, and after his three seasons in the Bruins front office as the team's Vice President, Cam Neely will be named President of the Boston Bruins today, a team official reported. The Bruins have been without a President since 2006 when Harry Sinden ...

Key To Success: Reasons Behind NHL’s Record-Setting Year

June 15th, 2010
With the passing of this year’s NHL season, many are already missing hockey at its finest. In fact, this year more people are missing it than ever before. It was a record-setting year for the National Hockey League, not only did the business sales and events skyrocket, but the TV ratings also ...

5 Reasons Why the Bruins Will Re-Sign Mark Recchi

June 14th, 2010
Mark Recchi has been an integral part of the Bruin's two playoff runs in as many years. However, the 42-year-old veteran will be a free agent come July 1st and has to decide whether to continue his Hall of Fame career, or to hang up the skates. Although he may ...

Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship Excitement Will Be Short-Lived

June 13th, 2010
After dominating much of the competition throughout the entirety of the 2009-2010 NHL season, the Chicago Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup in what feels like an eternity. In reality it was only 49 years. But the excitement from their accomplishment will be hindered by the reality that many of the ...