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Frankly, the win alone was thrill enough for me.

Tuukka Rask just says "NO" to Patrick Kane
Tuukka Rask just says "NO" to Patrick Kane
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The Bruins trounced the Blackhawks on Sunday, and host the Canucks tomorrow night at 7:00 PM.


  • Enjoy this GIF recap of yesterday's win. [Boston.com]

  • The quick and nasty on the loss to the Blues. Read quickly and move on, just as Malcolm Subban and his teammates should. [WEEI]

  • As a result of the knee injury in that loss, the Bruins will be without David Krejci for a while. [ProHockeyTalk]

  • As we learned in yesterday's victory, the new, improved Ryan Spooner is ready to step in. The play of Brian Ferlin also garnered praise. [TheBostonGlobe]

  • The win was much needed, and for more than simply a margin in the standings. Tuukka Rask got feisty, and offered a word of advice to (former PBruin) Kris Versteeg . [BostonHerald]

  • Don't be a moron. The Bruins should NOT trade Zdeno Chara or Rask. Just NO. [WEEI]

  • A circumspect Peter Chiarelli was on hand for the win. His goal for his team remains the same, whether or not his job is on the line. [BostonHerald]

  • The win over Chicago was no "Miracle on Ice," but 12 Bruins notched points in the game. Crediting "execution" for the win is ironic. [ObnoxiousBostonFan]

  • Was anyone other than Daniel Carcillo unhappy about his and Adam McQuaid 's fight? (With video) [Boston.com]

  • The new-look Bruins fourth line actually finished the game strongly with good numbers. (With video) [NESN]

  • Perfectly tressed Patrice Bergeron will host the Bruins' annual Cuts For A Cause fundraiser. (With video) [NESN]

  • One former Bruin has found success in his transition from hockey to the business world. Bonuses: Dennis Seidenberg is unusual in being a trade deadline acquisition that actually succeeded in the Julien system. Bergeon and Krejci are a key to making the Bruins hard to play against. [TheBostonGlobe]

  • Meanwhile, in Providence... the PBruins had a mixed-bag weekend. Here are the plusses and minuses, after losing players to Bruins call-ups. [ProvidenceJournal]

  • That Eddie Shore game worn sweater has been sold for a pretty price. [NHL]

Elsewhere around the rink:


  • Willie O'Ree and Malcolm Subban 's brother sat down for a chat in this ESPN interview. [HabsEyesOnThePrize]

  • Coincidentally, on Marek vs. Wyshinski, pioneer Val James spoke humorously about his days in the NHL, and as a bonus, the guy behind Twitter's @NHLTies also weighed in on sartorial choices from the broadcast booth to behind the bench. (Audio, 44:19) [Fan590]

  • With Jack Johnson 's woes in the news, here's a look at what happens when a player's ship comes in, and what is at stake in managing his finances. [TheHockeyNews]

  • Morgan Rielly was called out for casual misogyny, and his "defenders" merely served to underline the problem. [TheHockeyNews]

  • Here are the top 10 high school hockey team names. The eleventh should be the BHS Seahorses (Burlington, VT.) [TheHockeyNews]

  • Your NHL weekend in review... [Grantland]