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Hot taeks and trademark squatters- DANGER!
Hot taeks and trademark squatters- DANGER!
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In Bruins news:

  • Standing pat- the smart moves this summer for the Bruins were no moves at all. As a consolation prize, look to Danton Heinen as a youngster that may soothe the loss of Jimmy Vesey. South Coast Today
  • Read why two of the hottest taeks about Vesey’s having spurned the Bruins simply don’t hold water. CBS Boston
  • The Bruins have some housekeeping to attend to as Vesey packs his bags for New York- Brad Marchand should be re-signed, for one. Hockeybuzz
  • Closing out Bruins day at NBC Sports, they note that one big concern for the team continues to be defense. No kidding! NBC Sports What can we expect to see Brad Marchand earn in his new deal with the team? NBC Sports Once again, the playoffs loom large- will this be another year of long, hot summer for the Bruins? NBC Sports
  • BearTracks paid a surprise visit to Jake DeBrusk in Edmonton, AB @NHLBruins en route to visiting Riley Nash in Kamloops, BC. @NHLBruins
  • AHL Bruins hockey returns to Providence on October 14th, here is the schedule so that you can mark your calendars. Providence Journal
  • The Grinch that stole Yosemite- Delaware North corporation (of the Jacobs family fame) continues to cost US taxpayers money in their spiteful suit as they squat on the trademarks of traditional landmark names. Miami Herald

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Matthew Benning is available- wouldn’t it be completely Chiarellian for the Oilers to sign him? Hockeybuzz
  • This ranking of NHL starting goalies sticks Tuukka Rask in the middle, behind Marc-Andre Fleury, no less. OUCH! Sports Illustrated
  • Not everyone is excited for the World Cup of Hockey. Arctic Ice Hockey
  • Pay a visit to the Scottish National League champions, the Aberdeen Lynx, who remember fondly the NHLers they played against during the last lockout, including Matt Beleskey and also Paul Bissonnette (who made a surprising confession.) Sportsnet
  • The OHL is evolving with new rules to tamp down fighting and eliminate blindside hits. The Globe and Mail