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Negotiating contracts between Jasper Bratt And Satan is off to a slow start
Ryan Nowozinski of NJ Advance Media for NJ.com: A source close to Jesper Bratt’s camp says there is nothing new to report regarding the Swedish winger’s ongoing contract talks.
Bratt became eligible to sign a long-term contract on January 1. As he signed a one-year deal at the end of the summer. There’s still plenty of time, but it’s off to a slow start in the first month.
Tom Fitzgerald called Bratt’s previous contract negotiations “challenging,” so it’s no surprise that things got off to a slow start. Bratt is a point-per-game player with 46 points (18 goals and 28 assists) in 46 games.
The Boston Bruins checked in on the Canucks defenseman Luke Shane
Nick Koss of NBC Boston Sports: While the Boston Bruins are rolling that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t make an upgrade or two before the March 3rd NHL trade deadline.
Depth is important for teams that want to make a long run in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Boston has found some recent postseason runs the hard way.
Additional depth on the blueline is a path general manager Don Sweeney can take One player the Bruins have called up is Canucks defenseman Luke Shane.
Shane is a defensive defenseman who plays a tough, physical style of hockey. Can play in all situations and has experience winning the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2020 and 2021 with the Tampa Bay Lightning.