Looking for Cheap Replacements

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Looking for Cheap Replacements
Looking for Cheap Replacements

It has been rumored that Tim Schaller and Riley Nash, both unrestricted free agents, could be on their way out. Both players had great seasons, so it's no question they'd want to test the market. Based on Matt Cane's salary cap projections, Riley Nash could expect a pay raise, earning himself a three-year contract with an average annual value of two and a quarter million. However, Schaller probably won't see much of a pay raise as his contract projection is around a million. Granted the Bruins could replace these players from within their system. In fact, that is probably the best way to do it. But with a team likely chasing a Stanley Cup this season, the Bruins front office may want veteran

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