Monday's collection of links.
* Marc-Andre Fleury has been placed on injured reserve with what's suspected to be a possible concussion, and that means the Golden Knights are expected to start Malcolm Subban against the Bruins on Sunday night in Vegas. What a turn of events to allow a 23-year-old former Bruins first round pick to get a chance at revenge […]
NBC Sports Boston Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty takes his daily, link-filled trip around the NHL.
*For those Bruins fans feeling bad about themselves after back-to-back losses to the Colorado Avalanche, it could be worse. *Tom Wilson says he's going to think before trucking players after getting a suspension. If there's one thing I've learned in covering the NHL, it's that leopards don't change their spots.
–Surprisingly enough, Matt Duchene is still a member of the Colorado Avalanche. GM Joe Sakic has to pull the trigger on a move before this thing spirals even further out of control. –The Vegas Golden Knights are off to a strong 3-0-0 start, but their power play has been ineffective since the preseason.
–Yesterday, we told you about the Flames snapping their 25-game losing skid in Anaheim. Well, the Flames players are giving the credit to a voodoo figurine from the movie “Major League”. –New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard and his girlfriend were in attendance at the Rangers-Blues game in New York last night, and the Fox […]
Here are all the links from around the hockey world, and what I'm reading, while wondering if Hanley Ramirez got that "Believe in Boston" green banner from a Celtics rummage sale. *Peter Forsberg believes that the Colorado Avalanche should bench Matt Duchene and not play him until they can find a trading partner for the […]
Amid an ongoing contract dispute, Detroit Red Wings forward Andreas Athanasiou is jetting for Europe. On Friday, it was reported the pivot would begin skating with Lugano of the Swiss-based National League, which was later confirmed by Red Wings general manager Ken Holland. “He called me today just to say that he is going to […]
Jet lag, altitude, a summer in limbo and age had Jaromir Jagr bending over to catch his breath in his first skate with the Calgary Flame. ''Not very good,'' Jagr said. The 45-year-old right winger took the ice Thursday, a day after arriving in Calgary from the Czech Republic.
–As you’ve probably heard, the NHL regular season schedule kicked off last night. –Former Columbus Blue Jackets second-round draft pick Stefan Legein has faced some adversity in his life. Now, Legein is back in the OHL as video coach for the Mississauga Steelheads. “I wasn’t in a good place.
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It’s not your imagination if you feel like you haven’t seen 6-foot-9 Zdeno Chara much this preseason. After all, it’s awfully difficult to miss the massive D-man out on the ice, and some of the Bruins' sloppy D-zone mistakes in Detroit and Philly probably wouldn’t have happened if Ol' No. 33 was out there. Chara, […]