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Fresh Links: Voted Off The Island Edition

Next up, a few Bruins participate in the World Championship

At least you made the playoffs! Johnny Boychuk
At least you made the playoffs! Johnny Boychuk
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Kick up your feet for the night and enjoy a hot toddy.

  • Loui Eriksson commented how one former Bruin continues to defy his age, as he and Team Sweden prepare for Worlds without Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin. (Google translation from Swedish) []

  • Free agency is near, and the Bruins' mission is clear. (Part one) [CausewayCrowd]

  • Home vs. Away- a look at how the Bruins have performed in playoff series since 1968. [SouthCoastToday]

  • As for the Providence Bruins, it looks like Matt Lindblad and Brian Ferlin are both out for Wednesday, and David Pastrnak is a big question mark. [ProvidenceJournal]

  • "NHL Ready." Zach Trotman is developing into a solid asset.  [BostonHerald]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Quick takes from the playoffs, including conjecture about a draft pick that the Oilers may owe the Bruins, and whether or not reported interest in Dion Phaneuf will follow Peter Chiarelli to Edmonton. [SportsNet]

  • Dear Gary Bettman, this is your world and we're just glad to be able to watch hockey in it. This one's for you. [ArcticIceHockey]

  • The NHLPA has reasons to oppose proposed Canadian legislation to require unions to make financial disclosures. [OttawaCitizen]

  • The Capitals eliminated the Islanders last evening. [Grantland]

  • NBCSN will carry coverage of the IIHF World Championship from beautiful Prague, schedule details are here. [BroadwayWorld]

  • It was Team USA for the gold over Team Finland at the U18 worlds. (With video) [USAHockey]

  • Enjoy a gallery of 121 fine photos of Stanley Cup Playoff action in the first round. [SportingNews]

  • The young son of a Bruins season ticket holder from Quincy volunteered to serve his country, and set a record doing so. [Quincy.WickedLocal ]

  • Come on, not THEM.... A musician turns on the radio to hear a band that his band had opened for has leapfrogged to the big time. (Video, 4:48) [YouTube]