Jul 18, 2014
The Times Leader
Recchi rejoins Pens, this time as a coach
Mark Recchi was hired as player development coach, the team announced Friday. Recchi, who had 385 points in 389 games over three stints with the Penguins, fills a position that was vacated when Bill Guerin was promoted to assistant general manager last month.
Jul 18, 2014
Mark Recchi Named Penguins' Player Development Coach
Mar 6, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Former Boston Bruins Mark Recchi high-fives defenseman Zdeno Chara prior to the game against the Washington Capitals at TD Banknorth Garden.
Jarome Iginla signs with Avalanche
Iginla could make too much money in free agency, eventually inking a three-year, $16 million deal with Colorado, for a return to Boston to make sense.
Boston Bruins Should Only Pursue Trade of Brad Marchand if Right Deal Comes Available
With the July 1 free agency date looming, the Boston Bruins have some work to do to get under the $69 million salary cap for next season.
Hockey Hall of Fame: Pat Burns gets in, four years too late
Also inducted: Mike Modano, the leading American scorer of all time; Dominik Hasek, the dominant goaltender of his generation; Rob Blake, a Norris-winning defenseman; Peter Forsberg, a scoring champ, MVP and two-way monster; and Bill McCreary, an official for nearly two decades.