Fresh Links: Boychuk Chuck Edition

Daniel Paille is all smiles after a Johnny Boychuk pass leads to a breakaway goal - Jim Rogash

How many Canucks can a Boychuk chuck...

The Bruins bested the Canucks, and now prepare to face the Blues.

  • The 2011 Stanley Cup Finals were the last time that the Bruins had beaten the Canucks, and it was a classic Bruins-style game. [MassLive]
  • Johnny Boychuk was a beast, racking up hits and lofting one perfect pass up to Daniel Paille for his breakaway goal. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Speaking of  Boychuk, he will be the veteran defenseman at the head of an otherwise rookie group as Zdeno Chara departs for the Olympics. [BostonHerald]
  • Jarome Iginla reached a milestone, his 600th career assist. [BostonHerald]
  • Loui Eriksson will have a chance to continue working on his game in Sochi, and thinks Team Sweden may regret snubbing Carl Söderberg. [PatriotLedger]
  • Tuukka Rask was in fine form, and appears very ready to take on the world in Sochi. Finland is suffering an embarrasment of riches in goal this year. [BostonHerald]
  • "Don't know them?" David Krejci is one of the Olympians to watch. [NewYorkTimes]
  • Here are three takeaways from last evening's tilt. [Boston.com]
  • Although Roberto Luongo fell on his sword, John Tortorella saw a series of breakdowns as contributing to the Canucks' loss. [WEEI]
  • An analysis of where the loss of Dennis Seidenberg leaves a team looking to go deep in the playoffs, and what Peter Chiarelli may be up to. [SouthCoastToday]
  • Seidenberg reports his progress is "going well," although he did not anticipate how painful it would be post-surgery. [ESPN]
  • The Providence Bruins beat the Ice Caps in St. John's last night. [ProvidenceJournal]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Ready or not... how dismal is the situation in Sochi as the city begins to receive Olympic guests? [Grantland]
  • One small Minnesota town seems to be the epicenter of US Olympic hockey. [NewYorkTimes]
  • It may be time for Team USA to move on from the 'Miracle' and look ahead to new challenges. [TwinCities]
  • In order for women's ice hockey to remain an Olympic sport, it must move beyond Canadian/United States dominace. [TheGlobeAndMail]

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