Chiarelli adds 3 new Bruins before trade deadline

ESPN Boston
In a trade market where the number of buyers far outweighed the sellers, Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said Monday afternoon that over the last three or four days he made more phone calls to fellow GMs than he ever has in the time leading to the NHL trade deadline.

His work netted three players, defenseman Mike Mottau and forward Brian Rolston, acquired from the New York Islanders for prospects Yannick Riendeau and Marc Cantin, and defenseman Greg Zanon, who came from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for defenseman Steven Kampfer.

"Overall, it was a long day," Chiarelli said at a news conference at TD Garden. "I'm satisfied with the depth we've added, and the veteran presence."
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