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Preview: Bruins at Red Wings, 7 PM

Hey, remember when the Bruins won both playoff games here last year? Good times. Just the facts: Game time: 7 PM, Joe Louis Arena TV Broadcast: None Radio Broadcast: Doesn't look like it Rival Site: Winging it in Motown Preseason record: Bruins: 1-1-1 | Red Wings: 2-0-1 Game notes: If a hockey game is played but isn't broadcast anywhere, does it make a sound? What? Milan Lucic may get into his first preseason game tonight, so that's cool. With Niklas Svedberg going the distance last night, logic dictates Tuukka Rask, Jeremy Smith or Malcolm Subban will be between the pipes tonight. What...

Krejci committed to earning his keep

BOSTON -- After Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask signed an eight-year, $56 million contract prior to the 2013-14 season, he said numerous times that he wanted to earn every penny of his new deal. He delivered on that promise in Year 1 and helped the Bruins to the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s best regular-season team, and in the process won his first Vezina Trophy. But as a team, the Bruins came up excruciatingly short of their potential and lost to the Montreal Canadiens in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Rask backup: Can Subban edge Svedberg?

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- There's one thing missing from Tuukka Rask's resume -- the Stanley Cup. Yes, his name was etched into hockey's holy chalice when the Boston Bruins won in 2011, but Rask watched from the bench as fellow netminder Tim Thomas helped the team to a championship with his historic performance. In 2013, Rask led the Bruins back to the Cup finals, where they eventually lost to the Chicago Blackhawks in six games. Last season, Rask led the Bruins to the Presidents' Trophy as the league's best team during the regular season.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 3, 2014

Source: David Krejci agrees to six-year, $43.5 million extension with Bruins

According to a league source, the Bruins and David Krejci have agreed to a six-year, $43.5 million contract. The contract will make Krejci the highest-paid player on the team cap-figure-wise when the pact begins in the 2015-16 season. Sitting behind him are Tuukka Rask ($7 million cap hit), Zdeno Chara ($6.916 million) and Patrice Bergeron […]

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