The Boston Bruins didn't end their 2011-12 campaign the way they hoped or anticipated. On Thursday, Bruins president Cam Neely made a point of it to explain that a first-round exit just isn't acceptable any more.
Neely spoke at length about his vision for the team and his feeling that the B's severely underachieved this season, given the team's early playoff exit.
NESN's Naoko Funayama caught up with Neely on NESN Daily and talked about the "holes" needed to fill out Boston's roster in the offseason.
Check out the video above to see all of what Neely had to say about the B's heading into the summer.