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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
While Peter Chiarelli’s fate is known, Claude Julien’s isn’t. Cam Neely and Charlie Jacobs said in Wednesday’s press conference that a decision has still not been made on whether Julien will be kept
the front office and coaching staff is unchanged as of now. No interim general manager has been named. Team president Cam Neely and CEO Charlie Jacobs will address the media at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
They are up against it, no question,” said McGuire. “I think this is going to be, especially when you consider Cam Neely ’s words to Kevin Paul DuPont . Those were strong words. Those were coming from ownership. Those were coming from a man
at Fenway, which also hosted the 2010 Winter Classic between the Bruins and Flyers. “I had a good conversation with Cam Neely [Friday],” Kennedy said. “I’m going to see the NHL next week. We would love to have it at Fenway Park. I don’t think
Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) December 10, 2014 The Bruins do not know how long Gagne will be away from the team, but Cam Neely said he and the organization felt it was important to grant him his leave. ” I can speak first-hand; it’ s difficult when