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Dale, Michael (and DJ Bean) discuss the Bruins off-season and whether or not they've done enough to get back into position to win the Stanley Cup.
years of their contracts and the Bruins having $49,897,857 against the cap committed to 10 players (not counting Marc Savard ) for 2015-16, money figures to be tight going forward. The last time the Bruins had multiple players to sign and
the offensive talent to put out there, it seemed the Bruins would be forever in search of replacing what they had with Marc Savard . David Krejci , Zdeno Chara and Milan Lucic are good players, and the success was going to come on the power play sometime
have the same result, but it’s right there with the Matt Cooke hit that proved to be the beginning of the end of Marc Savard ’s career. If you did happen to watch the game, you saw a pretty solid rant from Mike Milbury about Scott prior to the
out an eight-year deal before. He’d given out a pair of seven-year pacts that are currently ongoing – one to Marc Savard and one to Chara. Obviously, they’ve had different outcomes. Chara has remained perhaps the best defenseman in
Tuukka Rask gets an astronomical contract, the B’s should still have more than $6 million in cap space (assuming Marc Savard goes on long-term injured reserve) after they lock up their goaltender. The name of the game this offseason
Bruins’ unsigned players, the B’s have $5,153,690 in cap space. That goes up to $9,180,833 if they put Marc Savard on long-term injured reserve, which they’ll likely do. - The Bruins’ unsigned players are restricted free
played his last game as a Bruin. With the Bruins in a tight spot salary cap-wise ($3.218 million in space, assuming Marc Savard is put on long-term injured reserve), the team more or less needs to make some sort of move in order to sign Torey
for restricted free agency. As such, neither player can negotiate with other teams. Using figures from Capgeek.com, Bruins currently have 3.218 million in cap space, assuming Marc Savard will be placed on long-term injured reserve.
turning pro in 2010. With Caron now under contract, the Bruins have $3.818 million in salary cap space, assuming Marc Savard ($4.027 million cap hit) is placed on long-term injured reserve. For more Bruins news, visit weei.com/bruins
league’s upper-limit set at $69 million. Including the $4.027 million by which they can exceed the limit given Marc Savard ’s long-term injury status, the Bruins have $5,697,500 to spend, though they must also sign restricted free agents
58 million in cap space committed to next season, but can go as far as $4.027 million over the upper limit if Marc Savard is placed on long-term injured reserve, will now be hard-pressed to retain their unsigned players — Jarome Iginla