Day three showed more of the separation between the top prospects and everyone else. After camp I’ll go through my notes and put together a top ten list for all the gentleman at camp. I will not however be including
Today was a chance to see more of the players in smaller groups. There was a lot of activity leaning slightly more heavily towards individual attention helping players use their edges a bit more and make better cuts and turns.
Another year of watching the Bruins prospects is upon us and while the show was fun, there were some big disappointments. Some of the most intriguing prospects were not on the ice. Rob O’Gara is no where on the list
Based on only the players currently signed to the Bruins, what we know about the coaches, players, and management. Here’s a quick look at what it may look like. Marchand – Bergeron – Hayes Beleskey – Krejci – Backes Vatrano
Free agency is underway and the Pacific division is as wide open to winning as it was last year. No division title is won in July, but it can be lost. Anaheim Ducks: C- The biggest strength of the Ducks
It’s early in Free Agency, just a couple days in, but all of the top players are signed so it is time to grade the teams. Boston Bruins: C- Their biggest need was on defense. Not just a high end
Some quick impressions on free agency so far: Major, obvious mistakes don’t seem to be as common as three or four years ago. Even though the Coyotes got Goligoski, I expected their aggressive young general manager to do more today.
There have been a lot deals announced so far, nearly a hundred in the first three and a half hours in fact. Some of the biggest remaining names gave gone down quickly, Eric Staal signed fast. Kyle Okposo was off the
David Backes is reported to have signed a five year thirty million dollar deal with the Boston Bruins. The former Saint Louis Blues captain seems to have become the fall guy for the Blues who haven’t had a lot of