Some Bruins are visiting China as part of a trip sponsored by O.R.G. packaging
Today, let’s take a break from the Boston Bruins so that we can point and laugh at the Montreal Canadiens.
Yesterday, the Bruins and Ryan Spooner avoided arbitration and came to a last minute agreement for a one-year $2.825 million contract.
Well, today’s the day. Ryan Spooner and the Bruins either come to an agreement or an arbitrator will hear the case, coming to a decision within 48 hours.
Yesterday, Mika Zibanejad signed a 5-year $26.5 million contract with the Rangers prior to his arbitration hearing. Will Spooner also sign one before his hearing?
I had something else I wanted to write for today but upon further reflection and the fact that I can’t always words well at 1am, I decided to save it for tomorrow. It involves a little bit of research, some rumination, and the ability to paste words together to create full sentences with actual thoughts other than, NO BRAIN, I SLEEP NOW.
Ryan Spooner is still unsigned for the 2017-18 season. As it stands, if he remains without a contract by Wednesday, he is scheduled to undergo arbitration.
This weekend the Boston Globe was a host of interesting articles on the Bruins, past and present. A couple on Bobby Orr, one on Spooner and his imminent raise, and another on Brandon Carlo. Continue reading