Hitting The Links: Time To Regroup Edition

The Bruins have two days off before facing off against Chicago at the United Center, a building they haven't played in since December 16, 2009. Hopefully the two days without a game will kick some sense into them, as going 1-3-0 to start the season isn't very...um, good. Or promising. Or good.

No real news on Adam McQuaid as of right now, but between he, David Krejci, and Steven Kampfer, the Bruins have already lost six man-games to injury. Last year, all season including Marc Savard's missed time, they lost something like 105 total. They're on pace for a lot more than that right now. Not good.

After the jump, a first NHL goal,  Sean Avery reports to the Whale, and Brad Marchand has some choice words about his team's play so far.

Bruins News:

 

  • David Krejci is sidelined with a core injury, Milan Lucic's ankle is still bothering him, is it time to hit the panic button yet? [Globe]
  • Adam McQuaid left last night's game after falling into the boards. This is not the first time he's fallen into something and hurt himself. (cough, remember the suitcase, cough!) [NESN]
  • Apparently this Cup Hangover thing is for real, then? Brad Marchand isn't too happy about it. [Herald]
  • If you had Tyler Seguin on your fantasy team, you're good to go. He had career-high ice time last night and looked good doing it. [NHL]
  • Seguin has apparently re-focused coming into this season and is relishing his chance to play center again. [Herald]
  • Oh and also, his goal last night was DIRTY. [NHL]

 

NHL News:

 

  • Looking ahead to Saturday, it's interesting to note that the Blackhawks have a bit of a goalie situation on their hands. [Tribune]
  • Dustin Byfuglien and Andrew Ladd return to the United Center for the first time since Game 5 of the 2010 finals tomorrow night. [ESPN]
  • Philadelphia Flyers fans are terrible. They actually booed a Hockey Fights Cancer ad last night. New low? [Yahoo]
  • Landesbeauty! Gabriel Landeskog scored his first NHL goal last night. Too bad the game was blacked out in Colorado. [Denver Post]
  • Alex Ovechkin is unamused by Bruce Boudreau's criticism. [CSN Washington]
  • The Rochester Amerks are re-energized by their reborn affiliation with the Sabres. It's so cute. [Democrat]
  • How the hockey world is mourning the KHL's 'lost team.' [Pittsburgh Live]
  • Ken Dryden never got a day with the Stanley Cup. He's requested one, and is actually getting it. Very cool. [ECAC hockey]
  • Saskatoon wins it - they'll host the 2013 Memorial Cup. Already planning a road trip, no worries. [Buzzing the Net]
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