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We discuss a little Bruins when the subject of their play at home in the Garden is brought up.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss another triumphant return for Tyler Seguin, and once again whether or not he should have been traded in the first place.
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of squat exercise with resistance bands -- and appeared to be going pretty hard. That led to some speculation, and Cam Neely dodged a question about it on The Sports Hub. Friday morning, Pierre McGuire went on WEEI and cited people close to Seidenberg
how physical you are, how determined and how much courage you have to do those things.” Recently, Bruins president Cam Neely said in an interview with ESPNBoston that the Bruins might lose some of their “intimidation” if fighting were to be taken
keeping him, adding that if Seguin had even performed half as well as Patrick Kane that the B’s would have won the Cup. Cam Neely spoke of his frustration with how slowly Seguin was in adapting. Keith Gretzky said Seguin was unwilling to “pay the price
methods. When he decided to empower his son, relegate the old guard and bring in creative and competitive thinkers like Cam Neely and Peter Chiarelli, things improved in a hurry. And yes, Sox ownership may have lost its way at times
Iginla, among others. “[My reaction was] that Don Sweeney wanted to put his stamp on the team early on along with Cam Neely that this was clearly something that was approved by ownership, that they felt that maybe something had gone a little bit astray
Arena that he doesn’t feel his status is temporary. Furthermore, he said he feels safe working for B’s president Cam Neely , who has reportedly wanted to fire him in the past. The Boston Globe reported after the season that Neely wanted to relieve
coach of the Boston Bruins as of today. That’ s for sure.” Speaking after the press conference, B’ s president Cam Neely spoke highly of Julien and downplayed the belief that he has wanted to fire Julien at multiple points during his time as
s noted that Sweeney would be “in charge of every aspect of the team’s hockey operations.” Team President Cam Neely said upon firing Chiarelli that the next GM would decide coach Claude Julien ‘s fate, so Sweeney’s first big
15. Sweeney has picked up Chiarelli’s responsibilities for now, though everything funnels through team president Cam Neely . This comes following a Boston Herald report that Sweeney had a lengthy meeting with Claude Julien on Friday . The Herald