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Trade Deadline: All Quiet For the Bruins, So Far

With less than 24 hours to go, the Bruins remain quiet on the trade front. I wrote, a couple of days ago, that I want to see the Bruins sit tight on their roster and it seems that Peter Chiarelli will do just that. It’s a very good decision, in my opinion, since the team has shown lots of improvements this year. Trading out the future for quick fixes will simple put the Bruins into another setback mode. 

Quick Notes: Colorado won the Forsberg sweepstakes and it will be interesting to see if, this time, Forsberg will have a real impact on his new team.

Marrian Hossa and Brad Richards are the two biggest names on the trade market. These two players will generate hefty returns for their respective teams. So far, the asking price for both of these players is a young player (already in the NHL), a promising prospect, and some draft picks.

Patrice Bergeron skated for 20 min, yesterday, and he seems on his way to recovery. That said, don’t expect him to play this year…

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