Fresh Links: Marchand On Edition

Brad Marchand as trade bait? - Jared Wickerham

Rumors swirl that the availability of diminutive #63 may be the hot topic of conversation between a few NHL GMs.

The Bruins are clearly not afraid to consider all the options.

  • Reportedly the Bruins are shopping Brad Marchand, and Winnipeg has expressed interest. [TheFourthPeriod]
  • Dennis Seidenberg spoke about having been prepared to rejoin the team for the ECF, and had words of praise for the young Bruins defensemen. [BostonCBSLocal]
  • The key to Daniel Paille 's game is... serenity? [CausewayCrowd]
  • Yooper Justin Florek has returned home, here's an interview with his local sports media. Did you know he is the first person from Marquette, MI to play in the NHL? [abc10up]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • But it was 2-0! Ranger Benoit Pouliot struck first, then Carl Hagelin... Stop me if you've heard this before... [Grantland]
  • Possession is driving the success of the LA Kings. No, not the Exorcist kind... [TheGlobeAndMail]
  • A journeyman goalie who had a cup of coffee with the PBruins in Providence, David LeNeveu has been pressed into service as Henrik Lundqvist 's backup. [NYPost]
  • the Rangers seek offense contributions from everyone, and they're looking at YOU, Henrik Lundqvist! [TheOnion]
  • Welland, ON looks back fondly on their "Little NHL Tournament," showcasing young players that went on to win the Stanley Cup, including both present and former Bruins. [NiagaraFallsReview]
  • Can you guess where the "center of gravity" is for Stanley Cup winners is? [FiveThirtyEight]
  • Cherry picking. Rogers claims it is up to Don Cherry to decide whether or not he'll continue with HNIC. [NationalPost]
  • Ales Hemsky is busy this summer playing for Team Czech  Republic in the Inline World Championships. [SportsIllustrated]
  • The discussions surrounding the danger with hitting in youth hockey miss the mark, and not only with players, but their parents as well. [TheHockeyNews]

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