Boston Bruins’ Offseason Gameplan: Three Crucial Moves To Success

July 6th, 2010 by Cam Maillet Leave a reply »
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 after finishing second in the NHL the year prior with 3.29 goals per contest.

But then there was hope—The Bruins finished off the heavily favored Sabres in six and sent Olympic phenom Ryan Miller to the golf course much earlier than I’m sure anyone had anticipated.

They weren’t done yet. After jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the Philly series and a 3-0 lead in Game Seven, they seemed to have had it all but won…cue one of the most epic collapses in NHL history. 

So here we are a few months later just picking up the last of the pieces that were brutally thrown all over the floor. In order to avoid any similar heartbreak in the coming year, the Bruins and Peter Chiarelli have three necessary tasks to take care of to avoid a third consecutive second-round playoff exit.


1. Scoring Depth on the Wing

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