Now, Grzelcyk knows there’s an opportunity to take over on Boston’s top power play unit after Krug’s departure. Obviously, a big challenge. The power play is something that we rely on for a lot of our offense in order to have success throughout the season,” he told reporters Monday during a Zoom press conference.
Bruce Cassidy was ready to take the final step toward becoming a United States citizen. The Boston Bruins head coach explained to The Boston Globe’s Matt Porter last week how he aced his U.S. citizenship test. Cassidy took a keen interest in his surroundings during his years as a U.S. resident and he became a citizen of this country earlier this month when he correctly answered each of the six questions the examiner asked him.
Former Bruins and Sharks star Joe Thornton is heading back to Switzerland as he plots where to sign in NHL free agency.
The Bruins' rivals in the Atlantic Division have mostly improved their rosters early in NHL free agency as Boston's roster has weakened over the same period.