Fresh Links: Hab At It Edition

Get into the game, or you will certainly go home. - Jared Wickerham

Will the Bruins join in the fun tonight any time before the third period?

The Bruins meet the Canadiens tonight at the Centre Bell, 7:30pm.

  • What's the point? Why, that would be the place the Bruins need to get to in order to beat Carey Price. [WEEI]
  • Jack Edwards bucks the trend, and asserts that the Bruins need to get physical early, and even risk taking penalties. They need to play on the edge. (Video, 2:02) [NESN]
  • Matt Fraser has been called up from, and Justin Florek returned to, the Providence Bruins. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • And oh, my, that second defensive pairing... Caught between a rock and a place without Dennis Seidenberg, the Bruins face hard choices. [MassLive]
  • The Bruins are still in a position to turn this around before their backs are to the wall. Warding off mental errors on defense and burying the scoring chances would be a good start. [BostonHerald]
  • The kindest thing Peter Chiarelli can say is that the Bruins play has been "frustrating." [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Tuukka Rask has been hung out to dry by defensive lapses, but fairly or not, his legacy will be whether or not he can make those big saves anyway. [BostonHerald]
  • You can likely guess the four things that need to change for the Bruins to resume their winning ways tonight. [ESPN]
  • Apparently anything goes for line mates at the Bruins' morning skate today... [@DJ_Bean]
  • The Bruins have stopped commenting on the officiating to focus on their own performance. Dennis Seidenberg 's progress is tantalizing. [EnterpriseNews]
  • History has led the Bruins to this point in this series, here's why they are on the ropes now. [SeasoastOnline]
  • Here's the problem, the Bruins have got to find their HEART! [DaysOfY'Orr]
  • Part Deux. One reporter (who admittedly has a dog in this fight) has weighed in on the curious Joe Haggerty piece mentioned in yesterday's Fresh Links [WEEI] while still another reporter questions blaming one's editors for such a gaffe. []

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • About tonight's playoff schedule... and a review of where we are after last night's action. [TooManyMenOnTheSite]
  • It looks like the Penguins may be drawing the curtains on the Rangers, here's a recap on last night's game. [SportsIllustrated]
  • Here are the top secrets to NHL postseason success. [Grantland]
  • Like father, like son. Several notable NHL surnames are among the 2014 USHL draftees. [NHL]
  • From the net to the network, former goalies just seem to be a natural in the broadcast booth. [InGoal]
  • Get well soon, again, Brooks Orpik. Be careful where you stick those knees, now!  [TheScore]
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