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In the final hour of the "midseason finale" as DJ likes to call it, the crew discuss more about the future of the Bruins franchise, the possible power struggle in the front office and who should be the head coach going forward. They talk to intelligent and talented Fluto Shinzawa about all of these thing and more in an excellent interview, and finally, DJ says THANK YOU!
The Sunday Skate dudes are back at it again on another stormy Sunday morning. In hour 1, the guys discuss the overall performance of Peter Chiarelli and his future. What moves are available for the B's, especially with the salary cap issues they have. DJ and Joe debate whether the Bruins should buyers or sellers. Are there any "untouchable" players as we approach the deadline? They also talk about Rask and Subban, who struggled in his NHL debut in St. Louis Friday night. The boys get opinions from callers on all of these issues as well.
in for him; it’s how McQuaid himself became an NHL regular. McQuaid’s play while guys like Johnny Boychuk and Mark Stuart were injured in 2010-11 eventually made Stuart expendable, and Stuart ended up being a healthy scratch before the B
and then he's had the seventh guy. Sometimes the seventh guy has become one of the six guys (Adam McQuaid taking Mark Stuart ’s job in 2010-11), but even he had to wait for an injury in order to get into the lineup. Given that the defensemen
by Central Scouting. The other players who drew first-round consideration from the Bruins were American defenseman Mark Stuart and Bergeron. When it came time for the Bruins to pick, all three players were available. Rather than taking Parise
Shoane Morrison and first-and-second-round picks to Washington for Sergei Gonchar. He also dealt Blake Wheeler and Mark Stuart to Atlanta for Rich Peverley (and Boris Valabik). So the question is whether or not this is the type of year in
well-represented Daniel Paille is the player representative for the Bruins, a role he took over in February 2011 when then-rep Mark Stuart was traded to Atlanta in the deal that brought Rich Peverley to Boston. Paille has travelled to meetings and relayed
has been speculated as possible target is former Bruin Mark Stuart , who is in the final year of his contract with the Jets ..... little frustrating, especially for a guy as competitive as Mark Stuart . But yeah, I think he’s on a number of
s fight was one of three on the day, as Matt Fraser dropped the gloves with James Wright and Adam McQuaid fought Mark Stuart . - With a goaltender interference penalty in the first period (and a bad one considering he whiffed on a puck with
Since stepping up and essentially putting Mark Stuart out of a job in the 2010-11 season, Adam McQuaid has been a reliable and physical presence on the blue line — when he’s there
they dealt that kid [ Matt ] Lashoff . He was a first-rounder. The [ Rich ] Peverley deal, two first-rounders, [ Mark ] Stuart and [ Blake ] Wheeler . The [ Nathan ] Horton -[ Gregory ] Campbell deal, that was [ Dennis ] Wideman and a first-rounder
front and was later stopped again from the right circle. Horton also drew the Jets’ only penalty of the game, a Mark Stuart interference call, while Milan Lucic was credited with nine hits in regulation. Seeing Horton involved and getting