Boston Bruins Free Agency 2016
It was a busy first day of FA in Boston - we recap all the action with some quick thoughts.
Several depth player signings likely complete the B's action on first FA day
The reject/buyout/unqualified RFA section is the NHL's Island Of Lost Toys. There could be a lot to play with this FA period as teams may unwittingly let very good players indeed walk. Here are some of the most intriguing options.
Brian Campbell is the latest defenseman to been linked with the Bruins in FA - but he's probably wishful thinking. Here's why.
With the price for Kevin Shattenkirk reportedly astronomical, could Don Sweeney have taken his search for a new stud defenseman in a different direction?
Have you heard? Boston are preparing a monster offer for Jacob Trouba? But is it real, or is it another example of Boston media eating itself in a search for page clicks?
You might already know Schlemko is secretly good, but did you know Lovejoy may secretly be better?
Anyone can write a list of the top free agents. The Bruins dont have the cap money to spend on big ticket free agents. But filling out the depth of your roster is just as - if not more important - than the top end. Who are some of the bargain buys the Bruins should be in on?