clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Fresh Links: There's Your Sign Edition

New, comments

You have one job, Bruins...

Dougie Hamilton. SIGN HIM. That is all.
Dougie Hamilton. SIGN HIM. That is all.
Al Bello/Getty Images

<p><b> The Bruins won't be interviewing Jeff Gorton anytime soon. Sigh. Congratulations to the Rangers , who advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.</b></p>
<li>  Just sign Dougie Hamilton already!  If you need to ask why, read this.  [<a href="">TheHockeyWriters</a>]</li>
<li>  Torey Krug is finding that his Team USA experience leaves him feeling he has a jump on next season. This has been his first time travelling overseas. [<a href="">TheBostonGlobe</a>]</li>
<p><b> Elsewhere around the rink: </b></p>
<li>  Looking ahead to the Eastern and Western Conference Finals, put your money on these horses for the wins. [<a href="">TheBostonGlobe</a>]</li>
<li>  Not so fast, there... Raptor Rich Peverley does not necessarily need to retire if he doesn't want to.  [<a href="">NESN</a>]</li>
<li>  In the interest of sportsmanship, kudos to the Canadiens and Carey Price on their playoff run. [<a href="">CausewayCrowd</a>]</li>
<li>  The 2010-11 performance of Tim Thomas remains exceptional for so many reasons, including this one. This is good news for Price. [<a href="">WEEI</a>]</li>
<li>  Joel Ward gets it. It ain't about pointing out to the center field bleachers with your bat. [<a href="">DeadSpin</a>]</li>
<li>  At least Alex Ovechkin can hop the next plane to the Czech Republic to play for Team Russia, IF Loui Eriksson and Team Sweden don't eliminate them first. [<a href="">TheHockeyNews</a>]</li>
<li>  We're ALL upset! Why we all look wistfully at the Islanders and dream of Johnny Boychuk . [<a href="">TheHockeyWriters</a>]</li>
<li>  (Former Boston College Eagle) Chris Kreider is the World's Most Interesting Man. He will chirp opposing players in their native languages. [<a href="">NationalPost</a>]</li>
<li>  It is beginning to look like Todd McLellan will join Peter Chiarelli in Edmonton.  [<a href="">SportingNews</a>]</li>
<li>  In bad news for the Bruins, it appears that a defense first strategy no longer pays off in the NHL... [<a href="">Hockey-Graphs</a>]</li>
<li>  ...and size DOESN'T matter much anymore, either. [<a href="|NHL|home">NHL</a>]</li>