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Post Mortem

Major disappointment in Boston after the Bruins suffered an early exit at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes. "This team was supposed to go deep" said team President and General Manager Chris Ransom at a post season new conference on Sunday. "Sometimes you come up lame and while i spent a few days looking for excuses, the reality is we just weren't good enough".

So where are the Bruins going now? "I am shifting phylosiphies, our success was our biggest enemy. I took for granted how easy winning came to us since my arrival and with that discarded many of my team building morals. I've decided to wipe the slate clean and get back to my original plan of restocking the cupboard while still icing a very competitive team". Just what that plan is remains to be seen, but a post mortem trade block with almost any valuable asset on the table speaks volumes about any future direction.

The rumor mill is churning hard, multiple suitors for Martin St. Louis, Marc Staal and Paul Stastny have emerged with some very big names potentially coming to beantown. "I'm looking for multiple assets in a couple discussions and quality over quanitity in another. Superstar for superstar, i may shuffle the deck on a few deals, we will see, to be honest i am not happy with the look of my roster today but will be by October".