Bruins Enter NHL Draft in Midst of What Could Be Another Very Busy Offseason

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Bruins Enter NHL Draft in Midst of What Could Be Another Very Busy Offseason

Peter Chiarelli has said that he doesn't want to disrupt the Bruins' core too much, but the B's general manager has been a pretty busy guy already this offseason.

Chiarelli has worked to re-sign players like Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell. He's also had to deal with the Tim Thomas situation, which took another weird turn on Friday when Chiarelli revealed that Thomas has waived his no-trade clause.

All the while, the Boston front office and scouting department have been preparing for the NHL draft, with that set to begin on Friday night.

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