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Pretty slow day in Boston sports. Bruins steal one from Carolina, Celtics set to rebound from a bad loss...Oh, and Rob Gronkowski needs back surgery. How did this happen? What does this mean for his career? Should we blame millennials? And why with the team/family joint statements? Arcand has answers.
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. After years of frustration on the man advantage, the time
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 game – meaning
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 is being under the cap
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 agents Tuukka Rask and Kaspars Daugavins
upside but maddeningly inconsistent Reilly Smith (and the remaining years on the salary cap albatross that was the Marc Savard contract), Hayes did not live up to the billing of a 6-foot-5 forward with a capable scoring touch around the net, with just 13 goals and 29 points in his first season with the club. The hometown
cap space before making a signing, should such a situation present itself, as he did when he traded Reilly Smith and Marc Savard minutes before signing Matt Beleskey on the opening day of free agency. He also noted that if he feels the team would have space-saving options that could be
MFB audio on demand page . Hayes was traded from the Panthers to the Bruins on July 1 as return for Reilly Smith and Marc Savard ‘s contract. As a native of Dorchester, the trade and subsequent signing served as a kind of homecoming for the 25-year-old. “I was down on Cape Cod with six of my best buddies,” he said. “It was pretty
to a surplus of right wings in Tampa. Hayes, 25, was acquired last Wednesday in a deal that sent Reilly Smith and Marc Savard ‘ s contract to the Panthers. The Dorchester native was a second-round pick of the Maple Leafs in 2008 before being
changes, signing free agent Matt Beleskey on Wednesday for $19 million over five years and trading Reilly Smith and Marc Savard ‘s contract for former Boston College standout and Dorchester native Jimmy Hayes of the Panthers. Cherry said bringing in a guy like Beleskey helps soften the blow of