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Fresh Links: Score Ghouls Edition

The Bruins look to scare up a win tonight against a battered Wild team.

Dougie Hamilton, sniper.
Dougie Hamilton, sniper.
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Tonight, the cast of "Frozen" Bruins face a still-smarting Wild team at TD Garden, 7 PM:

  • The awkward/wonderful Bruins Halloween visit to Children's Hospital was yesterday. Dressed as Elsa from "Frozen," Dougie Hamilton pirouetted just like Zdeno Chara. (With video) [SportsIllustrated]
  • The weary Wild will strive to "Let It Go" after squandering a 3-0 lead against the Rangers, who exploded with five  goals in the third period last evening for the win. [CBSSports]
  • Local boy Charlie Coyle returns to face his hometown Bruins, as a suite chock full of his family looks on. [TwinCities]
  • Seth Griffith is drinking in the NHL experience, and hoping to not need to commute back to Providence. [WallaceburgCourierPress]
  • The Bruins who were working up to speed after injuries are now getting back up to speed. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Dennis Seidenberg, who had been in contact with Marco Sturm and monitored Patriot Rob Gronkowski 's progress back from a similar ACL injury, noted that getting back into rhythm was a challenge. [MetroWestDailyNews]
  • Reilly Smith spoke about the loss of Zdeno Chara , and his brother Brendan Smith 's scuffle with the Bruins captain. [Boston.CBSLocal]
  • Checking in: The Providence Bruins and a passel of prospects were in action over the weekend, and here's a look at how they all fared. [MetroWestDailyNews]
  • In fact, the Providence Bruins are rolling, and Bruce Cassidy spoke about some key players. [ProvidenceJournal]
  • Cam Neely and Mia Hamm have been nominated to the board of AS Roma soccer team. [USAToday]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Former Bruin Brian Rolston has joined the Coyotes ' staff. [WLKY]
  • John Scott will cool his heels for two games. One wag quips that a better punishment would be a "reverse suspension." [CBC]
  • Forbes has ranked the top agencies representing NHL athletes. Number 4 is number 3... [Forbes]
  • Speaking of Bobby Orr, the Bruins recognized his potential and worked to sew him up at the tender age of 12. [TheHockeyWriters]
  • Check out this new way of tracking players and puck possession, the result is a "heat map." [MetroNews]
  • A rant by Sportsnet's Glenn Healy on Alex Ovechkin (and Ovechkin's agent, who also happens to be his mother) highlights the media's apparent bloodlust to tear down star players. [JapersRink]
  • Confused about the 10-game rule regarding the deadline for junior eligible players on the NHL cusp? Bob McKenzie explains it all for you! [Sportsnet]
  • Wash it down with a punch made of observations from around the NHL complete with history, costumes, and both high and low humor. [Grantland]