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This season has been a telling one for the Boston Bruins, as many had them primed to be leading the pack in the Eastern Conference once again. But times have changed, and some questionable personnel decisions by GM Peter Chiarelli and cap issues could be the beginning of the end of the Bruins’ dominance. (more…)
As the 2014-15 season creeps near us it’s time to take a look at the teams around the league and predict where they may finish.
Round 1 is finally over and Round 2 match-ups are set. Who will come out victorious and make their way to the Conference Finals?
Here are my Round 1 predictions! Feel free to leave your predictions in the comments.
The Boston Bruins clinched the President’s Trophy on April 12 as the NHL’s best regular-season team. They now hope to add the Stanley Cup to that accomplishment when the league’s playoffs get underway on Wednesday, April 16. The Bruins made sure they will end the regular season with the league’s best record when they beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 at the TD Garden in Boston.
When Brendan Shanahan took over as the NHL’s Chief disciplinarian on June 1, 2011. There were many promises on how the league was going to make the sport safer for it’s players by being fair and consistent with the discipline they would hand out for each offense. Since then it seems to have become a cluster of missteps and confusion on the best way to properly handle these issues.
The Bruins will have a busy week ahead of them with back-to-back games on the road, and two more at home towards the weekend. Here’s a look at the opponents they’ll be up against.