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Fresh Links: Devils' Advocate Edition

The Bruins dominated in the first half of the game, but got sloppy and ended up in the box, yielding FOUR powerplay goals to the Devils.

The Devil you know is better than... well, your penalty kill, I guess.
The Devil you know is better than... well, your penalty kill, I guess.
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Bruins News:

  • The Bruins gave up four (yes, 4) powerplay goals to the Devils last night, losing 4-3. []
  • The KIL line played well, but lots of other guys were invisible. [New England Hockey Journal]
  • ...But, Patrice Bergeron isn't passing the buck. [NESN]
  • The bottom line is, the Bruins need to stop letting lesser teams off easy. [WEEI]
  • Bruins legend Bobby Orr still has left an indelible mark on hockey - fans and former teammates. []
  • Michael Ryder hadn't even considered that the Bruins would try to sign him after turning him down in 2011, and was surprised to hear from them this summer [WEEI]
  • The Bruins had some great things to say about Jaromir Jagr's (all too short; yes, I'm biased) time playing for Boston. [The Boston Herald]
  • Patrice Bergeron is discouraging comparisons between Carol Beltran's injury, and his own during the Stanley Cup Final. [WEEI]

...And elsewhere around the rink:

  • You can't expect an old dog to score with new sticks, according to Jaromir Jagr. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • Is David Desharnais going to be shipped out of Montreal? [The Hockey Writers]
  • Goaltender Rick DiPietro has signed a PTO with the Charlotte Checkers. [Puck Daddy]
  • Is this year's squad the best the San Jose Sharks have ever iced? [USA Today]
  • For the sake of accuracy, the Habs' equipment manager has decided to include the correct accent marks on players' nameplates. [The New York Times]
  • Ducks' forward Jakob Silfverberg broke his hand, and will miss 4-6 weeks, and this fantasy hockey manager is not happy. []
  • Kathryn Tappen talks hair and music with Coyotes goalie Mike Smith. []
  • Ken Campbell thinks the NHL needs to be more consistent with suspensions. [The Hockey News]