According to multiple reports, Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson has informed Ottawa that he plans to sign with the Red Wings.

Much has been made of the Bruins’ concerns with Tyler Seguin‘s after-hours activities in his days with the B’s, and the Boston Herald had a pretty interesting tidbit Friday.

According to veteran beat writer Steve Harris, the Bruins ordered Seguin to live in a hotel during the postseason, where they had a hired guard to make sure the 21-year-old didn’t leave.

From Harris:

Tyler Seguin wasn’t a Bruin, and now he isn’t a Bruin. 



Following the trade of Tyler Seguin to the Stars, the agent for Nathan Horton indicated that the Bruins’ recently freed-up cap space does not change Horton’s mind about his decision to not re-sign with the Bruins.

The Bruins made a huge move Thursday, trading Tyler Seguin, Rich Peverley and Ryan Button to the Stars in exchange for forwards Loui Eriksson, Reilly Smith and Matt Fraser as well as defense prospect Joe Morrow.

The Bruins have some holes in their lineup, and they're on the right side of the offense. 



With free agency set to begin on Friday, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli held a conference call with the media Wednesday. Here are some quick notes from the call:

Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said Wednesday in a pre-free-agency conference call that he is “confident” that the team will have a signed with Tuukka Rask “in short order,” and when asked whether it would be before or after free agency opens, Chiarelli replied, “I would think before.”

Bruins forward Tyler Seguin was the target of some tough love from management over the weekend when Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli shopped him and then called him out for not being professional enough. Patrice Bergeron weighed in Tuesday and seemed to acknowledge that there’s room for improvement from the 21-year-

Because he was in the hospital during last week’s breakup day, Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron met with the media Tuesday at TD Garden for a season-concluding press conference. He indicated that he will not receive any surgeries this offseason after playing with a broken rib, cartilage and tissue damage, a separated shoulder and a hole in his lung.