Today's Boston Globe reports that Wayne Primeau has had a close to succesful recovery from arthroscopic surgery on his hip. The surgery took place in May and Kevin Paul Dupont from the Boston Globe reports that Wayne Primeau is already skating easier. Primeau said, "I'm a lot better. But I think, like a lot of surgeries, it probably will be a full year before it's totally better." Hopefully Wayne Primeau will be the same force to be reckoned with that he was before his hip went bad.
Also, I am a big fan of P.J. Axelsson. I don't want him to go to Ottawa as some rumors have indicated. This is why I was very pleased to read this in the Boston Globe:
"According to Chiarelli, there is nothing to the rumor out of Ottawa last week that the senators would like to aquire P.J. Axelsson, one of Daniel Alfredsson's longtime pals. At least there is nothing from the Boston side."
P.J. Axelsson is a great hockey player. The President of Bruins Nation would like nothing more than to see P.J. Axelsson retire in Boston.