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According to James Murphy's sources, the Bruins are very interested in Ilya Kovalchuk, but the current asking price is too high [NESN.com]

HBO is making a documentary on the Broad Street Bullies [AHN]

The story of how the Whalers landed in Hartford [The Hockey Writers]

A fresh batch of jersey fouls [Puck Daddy]

Do you want your very own Matt Bradley to get you out of jams in everyday life? Schultz from Barry Melrose Rocks does. [Barry Melrose Rocks]

The KHL is starting to look like the Federal League [Puck Daddy]

There are a few Bruins-realted charity events coming up:

Ray Bourque and Georges Laraque have teamed up with Celebrities for Charity and Montreal Based Children's Charities and are raffling off a weekend in either Boston or Montreal that includes tickets to a B's-Habs game, hotel accommodations, dinner for two, and more. [Celebrities for Charity]

The Sports Museum and The Boston Globe are holding a panel discussion featuring Terry O'Reilly and Rick Middleton at The Fours on January 27th. Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe will serve as the moderator for the event, which includes lunch and a gift bag with gifts from The Sports Museum. Ticket are $25 and proceeds benefit The Sports Museum. [The Sports Museum]

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