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Stay safe everyone, and help your neighbors.

Patrice Bergeron greets the fans.
Patrice Bergeron greets the fans.
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It is a good thing the Bruins don't return to action until Thursday. Hello, Juno!

  • Patrice Bergeron had himself an All-Star Game, logging four assists on John Tavares ' goals and sniping one goal himself, assisted by one of the Dallas Stars. (With videos)   [NESN]
  • Former Olympic teammates Bergeron and Tavares will be reunited on Thursday, weather permitting, on Long Island. [MetroWestDailyNews]
  • It still is not looking good for the Bruins in the salary cap department, despite assertions that the trevails of the Canadian dollar will not be a factor. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • The Providence Bruins downed the Manchester Monarchs on an Alexander Khokhlachev overtime goal on Friday evening.. [ProvidenceJournal] ...and continued on to beat the Springfield Falcons the following night. [ProvidenceJournal]
  • After we're done shovelling out, the Bruins will face a tough opponent (and old friends) on Thursday evening. [CausewayCrowd]
  • Rene Rancourt, The Bear, and plenty 'o milkcrates are featured in this promo for the 2016 Winter Classic. (Video. 0:21) [Bruins.NHL]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • A boatload of Bruins are on these projected Team Europe and Team NHL YoungStars rosters for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. [Flames.NHL]
  • Here're quick takes on the World Cup being more like a Ryder Cup, the Jacobs family's tough talk, and the Bettman's take on the 2016 and 2017 Winter Classics.  [EdmontonSun]
  • Having had his say about how he departed Boston, does Tyler Seguin 's explanation pass the sniff test? [WEEI]
  • In addition to the Heritage Classic, the NHL announced two other outdoor games for next season, hosted by the Wild and the Avalanche. [NHL]
  • The departure of the AHL Worcester Sharks leaves a hole that the city hopes to fill. [Worcester Telegram&Gazzette]
  • NARRATIVE! Watch these 10 stories unfold for the rest of the NHL season. [TheHockeyNews]
  • Have a look at the Sportvision prototype for on-ice player tracking. [TheHockeyNews]
  • Were you not amused by the All-Star Weekend events? Some observations, including what caused one reporter startled reporter to scream aloud. [SportingNews]
  • Ka-CHING! The World Cup of Hockey pleases both the NHL and NHLPA for millions of reasons. [SportingNews]
  • The All-Star Game is the polar opposite of playoff hockey, and deserves to be enjoyed on its own merits, especially by the host city. [SportsNet]
  • Here's what you missed this weekend, in GIFs, Vines, and Tweets. [SportsIllustrated]
  • A modest Zemgus Girgensons enjoyed his weekend, although he found the helmet camera burdensome. [PuckDaddy]
  • Love it or hate it, here's a look at some of the stuff for sale at the All-Star Game. [PuckDaddy]
  • This weekend's Grab Bag is all about the youngsters, and outrage over Reto Berra 's goal celebration. [Grantland]
  • Don't spoil it with the facts! Here's the result if statistics were used to decide the All-Star lines (and a great shot of Brent Burns ' natty suit.) [Hockey-Graphs]