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Fresh Links: Breakup Song Edition

Peter Chiarelli has had to make some hard decisions that no one has to like. We are left to bid farewell to Bruins who will always be Bruins in our hearts. That's why this is best left to the professionals.

Jared Wickerham

It is going to take more than a pint of Ben & Jerry's to get me through this.

  • Breakup day is aptly named. Some Bruins will not be returning to the team the fall. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Peter Chiarelli is put in a "cappy situation." [WEEI]
  • In praise of Andrew Ference. [CausewayCrowd]
  • Jaromir Jagr acknowledged feeling about "20 (goals) short" of earning a new contract. [BostonHerald]
  • Tuukka Rask is a priority to re-sign, and Chiarelli hopes to lock up Nathan Horton as well. The contract statuses of other players are also being considered. [PatriotLedger]
  • Good news, Patrice Bergeron has been released from the hospital, bad news is how seriously injured he was as he was playing. [ESPN]
  • Milan Lucic was a beast in the playoffs. Dennis Seidenberg, Zdeno Chara, and Wade Redden were all fighting injuries. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Torey Krug wins the Dino Cicarelli Award for outstanding rookie in the playoffs, for which "candidates are not required to be a total jerk." [TheScore]
  • The Bruins' season eulogy, courtesy of the gang at Days of Y'Orr. [PuckDaddy]
  • Let's look forward to the 2013 NHL Draft, shall we? [CausewayCrowd]
  • Which scion of SCoC is in the running to be weekend co-host for 98.5 The Sports Hub? Check contestants 225-232... [CBSLocal,98.5]
  • Whither Tim Thomas? His agent claims status quo, plus other short takes around the NHL. [ESPN]
  • Boom! Vincent Lecavalier is being bought out by the Tampa Bay Lighning. [ESPN]
  • Mark these important NHL dates on your calendars, hockey fans! [Grantland]
  • Dive into these comprehensive links from around the NHL. Kris Letang to the Leafs? [SportsIllustrated]
  • This glorious graphic is made from all the names on the Stanley Cup. [DozenAbleMen]
  • "The Breakup Song" by the Greg Kihn band. Listen and weep. [YouTube]