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Fresh Links: Insomnia Edition

Ready to stay up late for hockey?

Hey, Roberto Luongo... Got Snow?
Hey, Roberto Luongo... Got Snow?
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Fire up your coffeepots, the Canucks host the Bruins tonight at 10:00 PM.

  • Just the facts- Projected lineups, story lines, and the Stat of the Day. [MetroWestaDailyNews]

  • The Bruins ' performance has been so uneven this season. A playoff berth is on the line. [BostonHerald]

  • For Milan Lucic , returning to play in his hometown is now colored by history. [BostonHerald]

  • Bad brat Brad Marchand will need to buckle down tonight, and the Bruins are in an almost must-win situation. [TheBostonGlobe]

  • And where exactly does Reilly Smith belong as he struggles to find his game? [CausewayCrowd]

  • The best Bruins need to play like it. Maple Leafs and Blue Jackets players appear to be in the trade crosshairs. [HockeyBuzz]

  • The phone is currently ringing about acquiring Malcolm Subban , but Peter Chiarelli is not currently answering. [NicholsonOnHockey]

  • Let's see which players the Senators might be willing to move to their beloved trading partners, the Bruins. [TheHockeyNews]

  • It is Seventh Player Award time once again! Stop in and vote. [NESN]

Elsewhere around the rink:


  • Former Bruin Andrew Alberts ' career was taken suddenly from him, and he can't even bear to watch hockey games anymore. [SportsNet]

  • The likelihood of making it into the NHL is tied to the round in which a player is drafted (Bruins first rounders likely skewed these numbers, MEOW!) At which round does that likelihood statistically even out? [TSN]

  • For women, the CWHL offers an option to play pro, but at a cost. (Video, 6:20) [SportsNet]

  • Here's a look at the NHL's historically top brother combinations. [SportsNet]

  • All in the family: A Canucks player took a Hab's father on his team's annual father's trip. Here's why. [VancouverSun]

  • In an historic move, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has bowed to Old Man Winter and rescheduled the tournament qualifying dates for schoolboy and schoolgirl sports. [SouthCoastToday]

  • Two Greater Providence Youth Hockey Association alumni are in the USHL and committed to play for Providence College. [ProvidenceJournal]

  • There is a lot of money behind AAA hockey in Detroit, supermodel Elle Macpherson's son flies in from Florida to participate, and the league has turned out a number of NHLers. One current player is even named "Blades." [Bloomberg]

  • In welcome news, the surest sign of Spring: The Red Sox equipment truck is en route to Florida. [MetroWestDailyNews]