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Fresh Links: Bite The Big Apple Edition

The Bruins Are In The Big Apple Enjoying Their Two Wins And First Road Trip, While The Rangers Seek Redemption.

Jared Wickerham

After a Tuesday practice, the Boston Bruins flew to New York for their rematch with the Rangers:

  • Dennis Seidenberg practiced Tuesday. Brad Marchand was absent, Jay Pandolfo stood in for him. [WEEI]
  • Every Bruin except Zdeno Chara was at the optional morning skate today. [@NHLBruins^CS]
  • Resiliency helped the Bruins overcome frustrations and begin the season with a hot start. [NESN]
  • Dougie Hamilton is able to focus on his NHL transition because his teammates clearly have "got his six." [HockeyBuzz]
  • Coach Julien looks to using Anton Khudobin judiciously in relief. [NESN]
  • Looky here! Who is at the near top of the power rankings? [FoxSports]
  • The power play is so-so, but the Bruins' effective penalty kill is part of the team identity. [Boston Herald]
  • The Bruins will need to expect push back at Madison Square Garden tomorrow. [CSNNE]
  • Milan Lucic (#1) and Zdeno Chara (#3) rank in the top NHL hitters as of Tuesday. [@GlobeKPD]

And some more short takes:

  • David Krejci is found workin' the phones before the team flight to NYC. [NHLBruins]
  • Chris Bourque and Johnny Boychuk preferred to make a bakery stop before departure. [@cabezas13]
  • Andrew Ference reports from team dinner that Dougie Hamilton refuses to tweet until Tyler Seguin gets married. [@Ferknuckle]
  • Shawn Thornton attended a Bruins Bash Thursday at The Harp, and addressed fans. [YouTube]
  • A family member made this chair as a wedding present for Johnny Boychuk. [@daboych]
  • Ray Bourque and his appropriately dressed grandchildren watched Chris Bourque play. [@CleonD35]