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With so much activity already this offseason, Eye on Hockey takes a look at how each team improved (or didn't) over the summer.
If the Canadiens and P.K. Subban can't work out a deal soon, they'll head to salary arbitration after Subban filed for it. The same goes for 19 other players and teams.
The Montreal Canadiens grabbed an early Game 7 lead in Boston when Daniel Briere found Dale Weise all alone on the back post for an easy goal.
The Bruins and Red Wings, Original Six foes, meet in the playoffs for the first time since 1957. On paper it should be all Boston but the Wings won three of four this season.
The Boston Bruins can do no wrong. Even after an offseason of turnover, they are dominating the East having won 10 games in a row.
Roles are changing in the Eastern Conference and Paul Bruno is on top of it. He tells who to watch in his from the Pressbox.
Which players have had the most surprising/biggest breakout showings in the playoffs? It has to start with Chicago's Bryan Bickell.
You already know about Sidney Crosby, Zdeno Chara and Jonathan Quick, so here are five key players who might slip under the radar
The Boston Bruins were great in transition in Game 2, not giving the Rangers much chance to play their game, and waltzed to a 5-2 win.
The Bruins' blue line is beat up heading into Game 1 vs. the Rangers on Thursday night. It 'doesn't look good' for Dennis Seidenberg, Wade Redden or Andrew Ference.

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