As you know the Edmonton Oilers drafted Leon Draisaitl with the 3rd overall pick in the 2014 NHL draft. However they never should have made any selection at all at that pick. They should have traded it for a good defense men here is what the trade should have been.
TO WPG: 2014 1st round pick sam gagner Niko Hovinen and 2015 3rd round pick
TO EDM: dustin byfuglien evander kane
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The Bruins are in cap jail! Sadly this isn't a game of monopoly there's no get out of jail free cards. You need to give something up to get, and that something is 30 year old Johnny Boychuck. With Boychuck is the second most expanable player on the team with a contract above 3m. The First is Kelly Who should be dealt fairly soon. Anyway back to Boychuck. The influx of NHL ready defesemen on the Br... Read More »
The Bruins have been virtually non-existent during this off-season. We have signed a bunch of useless depth players who will hopefully never have to play a minute during the season. These signings have left us with around 3m left in cap space. This is barely enough to sign either of the top 2 priority's , Krug and Smith. The worst part about that is if you can only sign one of them you're kind of... Read More »
I know what every bruins fan is thinking right now, when are we going to make a move other then signing unnecessary depth players such as Caron. There are two reasons we should have never signed Caron. 1st is Why would we want to keep Caron he has done absolutely nothing for us. 2nd is why would he want to stay in Boston where he has proven he hasn't reached his full potential as a first round pic... Read More »
The Bruins have made resigning 36 year old veteran Jarome Iginla a priorty over other FA's including: Krug, Smith and Bartkowski. Jarome Iginla signed a deal worth 6 million with incentives last season. Needless to say, he fit the Bruins perfectly. He and Patrice Bergeron both had 30 goals, the most on the Bruins. However resigning Iginla before young talent would be a bad move.
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