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B's Lucic admits his wrist isn't fully healed
Some might argue that the Boston Bruins took a half-step backward this offseason due to salary cap challenges, but the team still looks formidable on paper. They might not be able to pencil Milan Lucic in at full force to start the season, though.
Loui Eriksson Would Add A Different Dimension to the Bruins Scoring Line
Evan Sporer has been a sports correspondent for Boston.com since 2014. A graduate of Emerson College, Evan also is a regular contributor for SB Nation, covering all things NHL and college hockey.
Stanley Cup of Chowder
In Search Of A Trigger Man
Disclaimer: Patrice Bergeron is the number one center on the Bruins. I know that.
David Krejci ready to compete after signing extension
David Krejci's six-year, $43.5 million extension, perhaps the last of his NHL career, will not begin until 2015-16. That isn't stopping the skilled Bruins pivot from thinking about the meaning of his new contract.
Hurley: David Krejci Extension Worth Every Single Penny
The big, bad Bruins mentality is all well and good. In Boston, people like their players to be great at the sport, but they also like them to be scary and mean.
After first playoff win, the bar's been raised in Columbus
It was a long and often painful journey, but Columbus has finally joined the 28 other teams that have won a playoff game .
The Columbus Dispatch
Forecast: No. 8 Nathan Horton
Sports reporter Aaron Portzline has covered the Blue Jackets since they arrived in Columbus as an NHL expansion franchise in 2000-01.
Too Many Men On The Site
2014-15 NHL season preview: Columbus Blue Jackets
They made the playoffs for only the second time in team history while setting new franchise marks for wins and points .