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The NHL’s GM of the Year might just be facing his toughest summer of his tenure over the next couple months

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer If you asked longtime observers of the National Hockey League – especially those who are salary cap savvy – back in May of 2015 when Don Sweeney took over as the eighth general manager in the history of the Boston Bruins for Peter Chiarelli how long it would take the former B’s defenseman to dig out of the salary cap...
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The NHL’s General Manager of the Year Sweeney is likely facing his toughest tasks this summer

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Let’s face it, just eight days after the Bruins pulled a no-show and lost the Stanley Cup at TD Garden against a team that, at best, they should have won in a gentleman’s sweep in Game 7 against the St. Louis Blues.  Fans have to feel even worse that the Black and Gold basically suffered a blackout in the...
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Stanley Cup Final series squander will stick with this Bruins squad forever

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer The Game 7 4-1 loss of the Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden to the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night will not only leave a permanent scar on those who suited up in Black and Gold this season, it will leave a hole that they will never be able to fill, even if they are fortunate enough to...
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His playoff performance this spring has proven that critics like me have been wrong about Rask

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Let’s face it, it takes pretty stubborn jackass not to admit that they were wrong about a long-held opinion that has been disproven to such a degree that they lose any shred of credibility they have left if they refuse to recognize the error of their ways. And while the words “stubborn” and “jackass” have been associated with my name...
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