BOSTON (CBS) — It’s a credit to the Bruins that since general manager Peter Chiarelli took over (with an assistant from his predecessor Mike O’Connell, who signed Tim Thomas to a contract extension) goaltending has never been a concern.
Even beyond the No. 1 position Chiarelli and the Bruins have done fine work landing a second goaltender to complement their tandem. This season was no exception.
Here’s a look at how the Bruins’ goaltenders performed in 2013-14:
Contract status: Signed basically for life at a cap charge that might someday look like a bargain if the salary-cap maximum continues to rise the next several seasons.
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