|Marc Savard||Zdeno Chara||Tim Thomas|
|David Krejci||Dennis Wideman||Tukka Rask|
|Mark Recchi||Matt Hunwick|
|Michael Ryder||Derek Morris|
|Blake Wheeler||Mark Stuart|
|Chuck Kobasew||Andrew Ference|
|Milan Lucic||Johnny Boychuk|
Even with these two cuts to Hamill and Marchand, the Bruins still have an estimated cap number of $58.4 million, a whole $1.6 million over the allotted cap space. This likely doesn't sit well with the organization, especially since David Krejci is deeming himself 50/50 to start the season on time after injury. Krejci was originally thought to be out of the line-up for quite a while longer, which may have save them a little bit of space, but now they'll have to deal with him completely. It does leave me a little surprised that Tukka Rask remained with the team, since he has the highest two-way deal against the cap at over $3 million. If Dany Sabourin stayed up and Rask went down, there wouldn't be as many issues, but the Bruins must think they have something in goal there.
Something tells me that the Bruins are not finished quite yet.