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The Bruins complete the home-and-home against Detroit tonight

Back home to take on the Red Wings again
Back home to take on the Red Wings again
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The Bruins face the Red Wings again tonight, at home- TD Garden, 7:00PM. So far no coverage has been announced.

  • Kirk Luedeke examines the players left on the Bruins roster in-depth.  [ScoutingPost]

  • After the latest round of cuts, here is one take on what the Bruins' roster may look like. Jeremy Smith appears to be the goalie to beat in the Tuukka Rask backup contest.  [WEEI]

  • Matt Beleskey is finding his game on ice even as he finds his way around his new hometown. Rask is ready for action.  The Bruins announce a number of cuts.  [TheBostonGlobe]

  • Whew! Zdeno Chara skated alone this morning before practice.  [WEEI]

  • Kirk Luedeke examines the players left on the Bruins roster in-depth.  [ScoutingPost]

  • There was a homecoming of sorts this weekend, as one humble scribe returned to find the Bruins much changed from his last visit. He offers a few salient current points and plenty of musical interludes.  [BruinsDaily]

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Former Bruin Glen Metropolit 's success in the NHL and at life was perhaps most notable for what was at stake if he failed.  [TheHockeyNews]

  • The new coach's challenge might just offer closure and peace of mind to referees as well, and a chance to "get it right."  [Sportsnet]

  • Hilary Knight believes it is important to be paid for her work, and is acting as a sounding board for other players hoping to join her as a professional hockey player.  [NewYorkTimes]

  • The family of Todd Ewen has made the late enforcer's brain available to concussion researchers.  [TheHockeyNews]

  • In this Make-A-Wish scenario, only #SpiderMable can save Oilers captain Andrew Ference as the Ference daughters plead for her help in achieving their dad's safe return!  [Sportsnet]

  • "It ain't over till it's over..." Close call for Jamie Rivers, who was seriously injured in a game in Croatia only to wake up in a morgue.  [SlapshotDiaries]

  • Godspeed, Islanders mascot Sparky the Dragon, we hardly knew ye.  [AlongTheBoards]

  • One Swedish player declares that cocaine is widely used in the NHL.  [PensionPlanPuppets]

  • A Canadiens fan redecorated his bathroom, and Bruins fans ask how he missed the most obvious way to encorporate the logo- onto the commode...  [BarDown]

  • Time to kiss the "Kiss Cam" goodbye, here's why.  [TheBostonGlobe]

  • Too many Patrick Kane fans are taking the simplistic mental path of least resistance in what is morphing into a very complex case.  [SportingNews]