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The Boston Bruins are moving into their second round of interviews for the organization's vacant general manager's job, according to a league source.
The father of Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic died unexpectedly in his hometown of Vancouver last week, the team announced Saturday. In a statement released by the team, Lucic said he learned of his father’s passing last Wednesday.
Defenseman Hal Gill has retired from the NHL at age 40 after 16 seasons and a Stanley Cup title.
The Boston Bruins have begun their search for the organization’s next general manager, according to a league source. The source indicated the Bruins have already had ongoing interviews and have spoken with potential candidates to replace Peter Chiarelli, who was dismissed by the team last week.
Former Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli is meeting with the Oilers, a source confirmed.
BOSTON -- The Bruins have a job opening, one that’s sure to draw a flood of interest. But not from Cam Neely.“I’m not a micromanager,” Neely said, “and I don’t want to be a general manager.
Peter Chiarelli deserved better after rebuilding Bruins hockey in Boston.
The Boston Bruins have fired general manager Peter Chiarelli after missing the playoffs for the first time in eight seasons.
BOSTON -- Facing restricted free agency this offseason for the first time, Boston Bruins defenseman Dougie Hamilton was mum regarding any contract details during the team’s year-end media availability on Monday.
BOSTON -- Following a season he described as “too inconsistent,” Bruins forward Milan Lucic said Monday that he hopes to stay with the team next season as he enters the final year of the three-year contract extension he signed in 2012.
BOSTON -- While Zdeno Chara's left knee injury will require him to continue wearing a brace, the defenseman said Monday that he won't need offseason surgery.
BOSTON -- The first of what will likely be many changes made to the Boston Bruins following a season in which the team missed the playoffs for the first time in eight seasons was decided on Monday, as general manager Peter Chiarelli announced that unrestricted free agents Daniel Paille and Gregory Campbell have been informed they will not be returning to the team next year.
With their respective job statuses up in the air, Bruins coach Claude Julien and GM Peter Chiarelli spoke with uncertainty regarding their future during Monday's year-end news conference.