After a roller-coaster campaign and being ousted in devastating style by the Philadelphia Flyers, the Boston Bruins still have quite a bit of work to do this offseason to ensure they don’t give anymore of their loyal fans heart conditions next season.
New additions Nathan Horton, Gregory Campbell, and Tyler Seguin will definitely add some needed offense to a team that imploded in their attacking zone last year—going from 2nd in the league to the bottom of the barrel over the course of one offseason.
And with what has has already been an offseason of speculation and rumors surrounding the team taking place, the B’s are the primed to complete several key moves to upgrade their current roster.
Although the Bruins are tight up agains the cap there are still several moves that can be made internally, and also a few that could make for some much-needed cap relief. These are just a few actions that could really benefit the roster for 2010-2011.
Please keep in mind these are just my opinions based on my knowledge of the team and their current situation. Please feel free to let me know what you think and if you would do anything different.
So without further ado, here are the 10 way that the Bruin’s can improve their roster for the 2010-2011 season.
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