The Boston Bruins Return To Action Tonight With A Heightened Resolve To Play For The City Of Boston. This Game Against The Buffalo Sabres Is To Clinch A Playoff Berth. And To Help Heal A Wounded City.
The Boston Bruins meet the Buffalo Sabres tonight at TD Garden determined to clinch a playoff berth.
- The Bruins resolve to 'play their hearts out' for the City of Boston... [ESPN]
- ... and not let sadness and fear set the tone going forward. [MetroWestDailyNews]
- Patrice Bergeron has returned not only onto the ice, but to his leadership role in the locker room. [ESPN]
- Anton Khudobin was the first goalie off the ice. [@DJ_Bean]
- Brad Marchand took the first line rush with Bergeron and Tyler Seguin. [@DJ_Bean]
- Warm up your umlauts, Carl Söderberg has at last donned the Spoked B. [NHLBruins]
- Jordan Caron has been reassigned to Providence. [WEEI]
- Sabres rookie defenseman Chad Ruhwedel (UMass Lowell) found the events struck close to home. [BostonHerald]
- In this coach's poll, Bergeron is a runaway favorite for a repeat Selke, Zdeno Chara is in the running for Norris, and Tuukka Rask is likewise in the top candidates for Vezina. [TSN]
- The postponed Bruins vs. Senators game has been rescheduled to April 28th at 7pm. [WEEI]
- New Edmunton Oiler GM Craig McTavish and 30 thoughts on the regime change. [CBCSports]
- And as for the Sochi Olympics, the costs and logistics of bringing in the NHL players are sobering. [CBC Sports]
- Gloomy, perhaps, but here is the updated Death Watch for teams on the playoff cusp so far. [PuckDaddy]
- For a compendium of news elsewhere around the rink... Puck Daddy potpourri. [PuckDaddy]