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Fresh Links: Little Visitors Edition

Bruins make hospital visits, as one Bruin brings a new family member home to meet the relatives.

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Loui Eriksson brought a new daughter home to Sweden
Loui Eriksson brought a new daughter home to Sweden
Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Bruins were seen at Mass General, and not for injuries of their own.

  • Chris Kelly and Dennis Seidenberg were out and about making patient visits. [Bruins.NHL]

  • Loui Eriksson brought a new family member back to Sweden, as he hopes to bring another gold home from Worlds. (Google translation from Swedish) [GP]

  • As the search continues for a GM, Ray Shero and Jeff Gorton appear to be front runners. [PuckDaddy]

  • As a followup to a post from Tuesday, a bit of advice to the Bruins on handling free agency among defensemen. (Part two)  [CausewayCrowd]

  • Making the grade... report cards on the Bruins forwards show young players at the head of the class. []

  • Compare and contrast... grade results from another source. [TheHockeyWriters]

  • Torey Krug was an unlikely choice to make the NHL, but the coach that spotted his talent and pushed for him, Jeff Blashill, might be just what the doctor ordered for the Maple Leafs. [TSN]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In FORMER Bruins news, several made their marks in this year's playoff action. [BruinsDaily]

  • And the Mike Babcock sweepstakes begins! [TheGlobeAndMail]

  • Dig into Thirty Thoughts for the week, focusing on how teams' exits from the playoffs colors their later draft choices. [SportsNet]

  • "Moms Behind the Bench." Youth hockey leagues are encouraging moms to coach their daughters' teams. [TheStar]

  • Time to start taking the IIHF World Championship seriously, USA!  [TheHockeyNews]