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By Steve King
Topic - Tomas Kaberle
"Wary" of the cost of top-tier talent and not really needing major changes after winning the Stanley Cup anyway, Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said he doesn't expect to be active in free agency when it begins on Friday.
The Boston Bruins acquired defenseman Tomas Kaberle from Toronto, looking to bolster their blue line as well as their hopes for a Stanley Cup run.
"He kept us in it," defenseman Tomas Kaberle said. "If it hadn't been for him, I don't know what would be the end."
"It's a young team and fast and I think they've got a lot of expectations, and I'm the same way," Kaberle said following the Boston's 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators.