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Fresh Links: NHL Fancystats Edition

The NHL has rolled out their long awaited statistics site.

Hang onto your hats, Bruins fans, it's going to be a rough ride to the playoffs!
Hang onto your hats, Bruins fans, it's going to be a rough ride to the playoffs!
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Brian Ferlin joins Malcolm Subban and the Bruins in St. Louis to take on the Blues at 8:00 PM tonight.

  • Unleash Malcolm Subban! Brian Ferlin debuts? Here's a game preview. [MetroWestDailyNews]

  • The Panthers are only one point behind for the final wild card spot. How did the Bruins arrive at this crossroads? [TheBostonGlobe]

  • Whatever reservations you have about Kevan Miller , his loss to re-injury hurts the Bruins. [BostonHerald]

  • Dennis Seidenberg apparently is willing to waive his no-trade clause. [CSNNE]

  • The Panthers beat the Canadiens last evening, which ordinarily would have been good news. [ProHockeyTalk]

  • We've got our White Knight! Guess who is ready for action "when Claude Julien is fired?" [MassholeSports]

  • Catch up with Adam McQuaid 's diary entries as the road trip continues. [Entry 5] [Entry 6] [Entry 7] [Entry 8]

  • Ominous rumblings that the entire Bruins front office could be swept if the Bruins don't make the playoffs. (Update: The Bruins are now only ONE point behind the Panthers.) [TheScore]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Welcome to the NHL's new stats site! Here's an overview of this new feature. [PuckDaddy]

  • Cheer up, Bostonians, you have snow removal options. Like this toilet/plow. [ProvidenceJournal]

  • Or make snowballs. Lots of 'em. Here are videos of some notable efforts. [BarDown]

  • Remember Andrew Ference 's little friend Maggie? If you need a dose of warmth today, watch this. (Video, 4:34) [SportsNet]

  • Recapping the fun of this week in NHL news, and defining the term "plickspect." [Grantland]

  • In other sporting news, the death knell is sounding for All-Star events. Can you guess why? [Bloomberg]

  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) the brain wasting disease linked to concussions may now be tested for in living patients. [TSN]

  • Devan Dubnyk credits a new training method with his newfound success in net. [NHL]