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Big Moves

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This is one of the biggest days in Bruins history. The Bruins introduced their two newest players today after a furry of trades over the weekend. In deals that went down almost simultaneously, Bruins GM Chris Ransom added Vincent Lecavilier and Jeff Carter in deals with San Jose and Washington. Insiders admit that the Bruins were actually contemplating which of the two deals to make when a determination was made that adding both players could actually happen. 

Leaving Boston includes Kyle Okposo, Marcus Johansson, Greg McKegg and Ryan Malone. While Kyle and Mojo were tagged as the future of the franchise, the Bruins felt the chance to add two superstars was worth the sacrafice. "Adding Vinny and Jeff is really exciting for this team, we've been struggling alot this season so we felt the time was right to change our direction". The Bruins now have 30+ games to turn it around. They currently sit in 9th place and will try to secure a playoff spot going forward.

Breaking News - Just it, the Bruins have dealt Martin Erat to the Minnesota Wild for futures. Erat was a cap casualty after a decision was made to spurn multiple offers for James Neal. "We just felt that trading a superstar should always be the last resort, they are impossible to aquire and we'd only regret saying goodbye to Neal". The Bruins will ice a skelaton roster for tonights game VS. the Rangers but should have a close to full lineup back home when they face the defending cup champion St. Louis Blues.