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How about some hardware for Frank Vatrano?
How about some hardware for Frank Vatrano?
Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

In Bruins news:

  • Brad Marchand has actually been underpaid in recent years. Time to PAY THE MAN. Today’s Slapshot
  • Celebrating the Undrafted- Noel Acciari doggedly worked through academic issues and trained independently in order to join the Providence College Friars. His calling card is a physical, yet clean and intelligent game. (With video) Scouting Post
  • With a year at Harvard and his third development camp under his belt, Ryan Donato is stepping up into a leadership role. (With video) NHL Bruins
  • Among the ranks of NCAA players, two other young Bruins made a strong impression at development camp. College Hockey Inc
  • Lend your ears to this discussion on the Bruins in the NHL expansion draft and a digression regarding Pokemon Go! (Audio, 53:23) Bearly On Topic
  • Which player was the best #4 ever? YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO, HERE, BRUINS FANS! Hockeybuzz
  • Time to vote for the GLOBIES! How about Marchand for Unsung Hero, Patrice Bergeron for Athlete of the Year, or Frank Vatrano for Top Newcomer? Vote for a Bruins MVP, and then for Jack Edwards as the Voice of Boston. Vote early, vote often! The Boston Globe

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Why did the Sabres waste a draft pick for the brief, nearly irrelevant rights to speak exclusively to Jimmy Vesey? Hockeybuzz
  • Good luck to Brandon DeFazio, who is headed Rich Peverley’s way... Today’s Slapshot
  • Don Cherry and Ron MacLean will now be together forever... on Canada’s Walk of Fame. The Globe and Mail
  • Just Say NO. Note that the Pooh sweater does NOT appear on this short list of uniforms NHLers should have simply refused to don. The Hockey News
  • Teams that block the fewest shots do give up the most goals, but unfortunately for John Tortorella, there is no straight-line correlation as the blocking numbers rise. TSN
  • Joel Ward lost his dad way too soon, and he credits playing hockey with helping him cope. Players Tribune
  • Streaming the NHL on Twitter? What witchcraft is this? The Verge