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Fresh Links: But We Were Just Getting To Know You Edition

I'd like to talk to the NHL games schedulers please. More than two months passed before the Boston Bruins played their first game against their rivals forever, the Montreal Canadiens, and tonight marks only the third but FINAL time the Pittsburgh Penguins and Bruins meet during the regular season? That ain't right. Anyways. Here are your morning links.

Krug the Redeemer
Krug the Redeemer
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<li>Tuukka Rask is an amazing goalie, but just can't seem to win against the Montreal Canadiens. [<a href=""></a>]</li>

<li> Moving on! Tonight, the Bruins will be on home ice to take on Sidney Crosby and company. Tuukka Rask will get the nod to start in net as Marc-Andre Fleury is expected to start for the Pittsburgh Penguins. [<a href=""></a>]</li>

<li> Evgeni Malkin and Pascal Dupuis will not be making the trip, however. [<a href="">USA Today</a>]</li>

<li>Dougie Hamilton quietly MEEPs all expectations the Bruins office has for him. [<a href="">Boston Herald</a>]</li>

<li> Former Bruin for like five minutes, Jay Pandolfo Oflodnap, has decided to hang up his skates for good. [<a href="">ProHockeyTalk@NBCSports</a>]</li>

<li>No one really wants to remember the game against the Detroit Red Wings, but we can salvage one light-hearted moment from it thanks to a sudden cameo appearance (ambush?) by a former Red Wing. [<a href="">Bruins Daily</a>]</li>

<li>It looks like former Bruin, Tyler Seguin, will be following in the (bare)footsteps of Zdeno Chara and pose for next year's ESPN Magazine's Body Issue. [<a href="">Dallas Morning News</a>]</li>

<li>Ouch. "Is Buffalo the worst team in the NHL's three-point game era?" [<a href="">Toronto Globe and Mail</a>]</li>