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The Boston Bruins will be featured on 17 national broadcasts on NBC and NBC Sports Network during the 2014-15 season, including the Oct. 8 season-opener against the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Bruins officially announced the signings of forwards Jordan Caron, Craig Cunningham, and Tyler Randell, as well as defensemen Tommy Cross, and Zach Trotman on Friday. The team also announced that they have agreed to terms with forward Justin Florek.
Luckily, its only been three days since Tyler Seguin has given us something noteworthy in his return to the Internet.
The 28-year-old will be the recipient of The Tradition’s Community Service Award, being recognized for his vast charitable contributions off the ice.
Competing against Matt Fraser, Ryan Spooner, and Alexander Khoklachev, it's a long shot that Pastrnak will make the team out of camp. But his presence is a strong indicator the Bruins really dont know who will claim those final roster spots.
After Chicago's deals with forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, Krejci's payday looms large. What are the Bruins going to do with the 28-year-old driving center?
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Wilbur: Should the Bruins Explore Trading David Krejci?
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