Are you familiar and comfortable with the Boston Bruins roster? Well don’t get too comfortable because there may be some changes with familiar faces in the near future. General Manager Peter Chiarelli expressed some angst recently about his ability to keep the current team intact.
The Bruins are currently very tight on cap space especially after signing David Krejci to a six year $43.5 million dollar contract. Both defenseman Torey Krug and forward Reilly Smith remains unsigned.
After a recent rookie game on Sunday September 14th Chiarelli addressed the team’s current situation by saying, “I can’t sign everybody, and I’d love to sign everybody, but we can’t for the numbers that they want,” he added, “Some things you have to let play out, and we have to be a little versatile ourselves when it comes to team-building and we’re forced to do that this year.”