Around The Division: Looking At What The Senators' Rivals Have Done So Far

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Jun 1, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Jarome Iginla (12) and Boston Bruins right wing Nathan Horton (18) at the face-off circle during the third period in game one of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Boston Bruins won 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports


The Bruins finished second in the Northeast Division with 62 points, and advanced all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals.

OUT:  Nathan Horton (signed with Columbus), Tyer Seguin (traded to Dallas), Rich Peverley (traded to Dallas), Anton Khudobin (signed with Carolina), Andrew Ference (signed with Edmonton), Aaron Johnson (signed with NYR)  Jaromir Jagr (UFA), Wade Redden (UFA), Kaspars Daugavins (UFA)


IN:  Jarome Iginla (UFA), Loui Eriksson (From Dallas), Chad Johnson (UFA)


ARE THEY BETTER TODAY THAN THE END OF THE SEASON?  No.  They lost a lot of depth and will be a much younger defense corps when they take to the ice in September.  They lost a key piece of each line and a top 4 defenseman, and one of the best backup goalies in the league. They are still very good, but have come back to the pack a little.

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