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The Bruins have clawed their way to the top of the league.
The Bruins have clawed their way to the top of the league.

The Bruins are preparing to take their show on the road to Detroit tomorrow.

  • Peter Chiarelli as the Bruins' "chief architect" is quick to credit his fellow front office staff in a team effort to build a winner, much like the players they hire. [BostonHerald]
  • There's a bit of a holdup re-signing Jarome Iginla, but it appears all parties are eager to git 'er done. [ProHockeyTalk]
  • Kevan Miller has only had to deal with fighting since his post-college stint with the Providence Bruins, and still feels bad about what happened in Montreal. [SouthCoastToday]
  • On tap for the Bruins? Resting key players. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Ryan Spooner has been called up. [Bruins.NHL]
  • Pierre McGuire has a lot of nice things to say about the Bruins in this quick Q&A. [NHL]
  • The Bruins open the month of April atop these week #24 power rankings. [CBSSports][ESPN][USAToday][TSN]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • OMG! THE STANLEY CUP HAS BEEN STOLEN!!!! #Cupnappers [CBSSports]
  • Say you were a Canucks fan, what would be the price of switching to cheering for the Bruins? [PassItToBulis]
  • Rob Laurie has found his niche as the NHL's go-to emergency backup goalie, having now helped the Canucks, Ducks, and Wild. [TwinCities]
  • Don't read to much ahead to the Stanley Cup Finals because of a team finishing the regular season on a hot streak. [SBNation]
  • Rich Peverley is uncomfortable with his nomination for the Masterton Trophy. [DallasNews]
  • Tim Bozon was present to drop the puck for the Kootenay Ice before leaving to further recuperate at home. (With video, 2:25) [YahooSports]
  • Here's an overview of the state of the Eastern Conference wild card situation. [Grantland]
  • It is a tough night at the rink when the RCMP are called in... [CBC]
  • Here's the tariff for a cup of beer at each NHL venue (serving sizes vary.) [BusinessInsider]