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2015-16 Bruins Poised For Greatness

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After a disappointing 2014-15 season the Bruins look to bounce back with a busy offseason. The team welcomed a bunch of new players with the headliner being the wizard Pavel Datsyuk. With Jeff Carter departing in free agency the team will rely on Dats that much more and are hoping the addition of some big names will help them reclaim the East from the division rival cup champion Senators. Joining Dats this season include a new starting goaltender Corey Crawford (trade), Daniel Paille (trade), Brandon Prust (free agency), T.J Galiardi (trade), Joel Ward (free agency), Tye McGinn (trade), Jonathan Ericsson (free agency), Chris Summers (trade) and holdout from last season Dylan Olsen. Saying good bye in beantown included Brian Boyle (waivers), Carter (free agent), Fedor Tyutin (buyout), Tom Pyatt (retired), Dalton Prout (trade), Taylor Pyatt (retired), Niklas Grossmann (free agent), Carl Gunarsson (trade), Jordan Nolan (trade), Dustin Penner (retired), Adam Cracknell (free agency), Tim Thomas (retired), and Colin Greening (buyout). Of those the two who will be missed the most are Carter and Grossman but the additions of Datsuyk and Summers should negat much of that impact. The Bruins are faster, bigger and have more skill than last years version. The Bruins are hoping that means a 3rd stright NE Division banner and perhaps even another Cup Banner.

Bruins projected lineup this season:

James Neal - Pavel Datsyuk - Joel Ward
Chris Kunitz - Brayden Schenn - Patric Hornqvist
Daniel Paille - Mike Richards - TJ Galiardi
Brandon Prust - Adam Burish - Tye McGinn

Ladislav Smid - Kevin Bieksa
Jonathan Ericsson - Chris Summers
Ryan Stanton - Dylan Olsen

Corey Crawford
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