We are now through the first 32 games of the season, or about 39 percent. The Boston Bruins currently sit in second place in the Northeast Division, four points behind the Buffalo Sabres, and are fifth in the Eastern Conference. So far the season hasn't exactlyábeen what Bruins fans expected. After finishing with the second most points last year (just one point behind the San Jose Sharks for the most in the league) and making it to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 1999, hopes for this season were very high. The Bruins team hadn't changed very much from last season. The key departure was Phil Kessel who was the leading scorer for the Bruins last year. The B's traded Kessel to Toronto for a 2009 first and second round draft pick and a 2010 first round draft pick. As ...
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