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The Bruins will be working out the roster bugs at the Centre Bell tonight against the Habs, listen in on WBZ FM.

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Hey, Simon Gagne, your number is available in Boston...
Hey, Simon Gagne, your number is available in Boston...
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • Tonight's preseason tilt against the Canadiens will be a good test. WBZ FM/ 98.5 will offer audio coverage. [HeraldNews]
  • Tonight, it's personal and about personnel. The Bruins are not downplaying tonight's game against the Habs, but will be focusing on what they can learn to solidify their own roster tonight. [BostonHerald]
  • Here's a brief recap of who is game ready, who is injured, and who is absent. [WEEI]
  • He may be centering the Bruins' third line, but other teams would love to snap up Carl Soderberg. [WEEI]
  • Meanwhile, Claude Julien is not afraid of a reclamation project in Simon Gagne. A good word put in with Peter Chiarelli by Patrice Bergeron surely could not have hurt. [MetroWestDailyNews]
  • This year's Bruins camp is unusual in that there is actually healthy competition for open slots. 'Merica! [TheFourthPeriod]
  • Try not to take this Twitter thread "Patrice Bergerpun" too seriously. [WraparoundCurl]
  • And this take on the Bruins' upcoming season from our frenemies in Detroit likewise will take a grain of salt to stomach. [WingingItInMotown]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • The Bruins made the top ten in this ranking of which teams have the highest "TV Watchability." [TheSportingNews]
  • But will Team Canada Olympian Meghan Agosta be the rookie called in to break up Stanley Cup game riots there? [TheGlobeAndMail]
  • Meanwhile, in Finland, former Golden Gopher Noora Räty is earning a living very nicely in goal for the Kiekko-Vantaa of the Mestis league. [Mic]
  • He was raised to be a Bruins fan, but anything could happen at the draft for young Noah Hanifin. [TSN]
  • Covering preseason games that don't really matter, sportswriters fight boredom and still manage find odd bits to entertain readers. [TheSportingNews]
  • Enjoy a gallery of photos from around the NHL (including the Rookie Tournament in Nashville) behind the scenes in the preseason. [TheSportingNews]
  • Have Thirty Thoughts: NHL athletes' summer training regimens are in the spotlight. Are players getting enough rest? Is cycling the wrong choice? [Sportsnet]
  • The Bettman points out that a new NHL team would be dead in the water in Toronto if the Maple Leafs won a Stanley Cup. Sooo... he's saying there's still a chance! [TheHockeyNews]
  • The Carolina Hurricanes just went up for sale. [NewsObserver]
  • In light of this, never forget the team we all fondly miss even today, the Hartford Whalers. [SBNation]
  • One fan would like to explain #HockeyHelpedMe, but 140 characters is just not enough space. [RawCharge]
  • No. Just NO. John Scott is simply a pricey, dangerous pylon. [FearTheFin]