According to Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe, the Bruins have qualified all of their current restricted free agents except forward Daniel Paille and minor league goaltender Kevin Regan.
The team appears to still be negotiating with Paille, but might not want to pay the $1.35 million he earned last season. Under the current CBA, qualifying offers for a player who earns more than $1 million must be at least 100% of his salary for the previous season. Paille will now be considered an unrestricted free agent on July 1st.
Kevin Regan will not be playing for the Bruins organization next season. After splitting time between the ECHL and AHL over parts of the past 3 seasons, the Bruins have decided to cut ties with the South Boston native and former UNH netminder.