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Fresh Links: Happy Face Edition

Take off the gloomy mask of tragedy...It's not your style.

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A face in the crowd
A face in the crowd
Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins continue debriefing, and offer their annual video thanks to their fans.

  • The Bruins always were better as underdogs, and dictating the pace and style of play. [BostonHerald]
  • Although he may not be in the Bruins' plans going forward, Boston clearly is in Shawn Thornton's plans. [HockeyBuzz]
  • The Bruins may have some tough choices to make regarding the entire current fourth line. [Boston.CBSlocal]
  • Might Dan Boyle be a good fit in Boston? [EdmontonJournal]
  • Niklas Svedberg, Alexander Khokhlachev, and the Providence Bruins refused to quit and are now in one final winner-takes-all game to advance in the Calder Cup playoffs. [ProvidenceJournal]
  • Get out the vote for Patrice Bergeron, who clearly is the best candidate for the cover of EA Sports NHL 15. [Covervote.NHL]
  • It is time for the Bruins' annual "Thank You, Fans" video. [Bruins.NHL]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Buck up, Bruins fans, there's still great playoff hockey to watch. Here are reasons to tune in and cheer. [Bostinno]
  • Teemu Forever! Enjoy a look at Teemu Selanne's Top 10 plays. [NHL]
  • The Ranger that "didn't make much effort to avoid the contact" which injured Carey Price was Chris Kreider. Kreider played hockey at Boston College. BLAME BOSTON! [Bostinno]
  • My, how things have changed for Rick Nash, Brad Richards, and the Rangers! [TheReadZone]
  • Expose: NHL penalty boxes are cruel and inhumane. [TheOnion]
  • Team USA dropped Team Germany in the IIHF final preliminary round. [USAHockey]
  • It looks like Kaspars Daugavins learned something from Tuukka Rask while he was in Boston... [XtraFrames]
  • Never say die! One Montreal fan was photographed in full regatta regalia. [Imgur,Reddit]
  • Got plans? Maybe you can commiserate with some Canadiens fans over thoughtful cocktails and local food after a mind-cleansing bicycle ride in Burlington, VT. [TheGlobeAndMail]