Bruce Cassidy's contract extension has been one of the main storylines of the Bruins' offseason following a Game 7 loss to the Blues in the Stanley Cup Final.
Cassidy is entering the final year of his deal, and while it was reported in June that his extension was in Boston's plans for the summer, a deal hasn't been reached yet.
When talking with Joe Haggerty Thursday night about all things Bruins, Cam Neely assured the Bruins want to get Cassidy a new contract.
"He’s important to our club, and like anything, we want to get him done just like we want to get Charlie (McAvoy) and Brandon (Carlo) done," Neely said. "I don’t anticipate us having any problems with Butch. I feel comfortable that he’ll be ready for training camp (laughs)."
In three seasons under Cassidy, the Bruins have finished with 100 points twice and have improved their playoff finish each year. Throughout the 2018 playoffs, the Bruins showed impressive resiliency under their head coach, winning two Game 6's on the road down 3-2 and gutting out a series win over Columbus despite a 2-1 series deficit.
It seems like Cassidy's contract will get sorted out sooner or later, and Bruins fans can feel comfort in knowing their head coach will be ready for camp.
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