Ryder’s best start as a Bruin making cap cuts tougher

All indications are the Bruins would prefer to send a player to two to the minors, if they clear waivers, than make a deal by which they basically take back lint in exchange for a team taking salary off Boston’s hands. You can debate both sides of the situation, which Redden and Souray are dealing with this season, by which veteran players are shipped to the minors because it’s the only way to relieve their cap burden on a team. For now, the Bruins are benefiting because the coming cap crunch has almost made every game, every practice into an audition to see who stays and who goes down the road.

Ryder believes he has aced the tryout so far, even though he won’t admit he’s fighting for his right to stay in the NHL.

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