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Numbers don't lie

Good, clean fun with numbers (The Village people, guests on Family Feud)
Good, clean fun with numbers (The Village people, guests on Family Feud)
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In Bruins news:

  • And the survey says... the Bruins are in big trouble in their local market. In the opinion of fans, the ownership component leads the tank- finishing dead last in the NHL. Ouch. Boston Herald
  • And the survey says, part 2... Brad Marchand joined Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Charlie Jacobs to play Family Feud for charity. (Video, 0:15) @courtbmer and photo @OckTalks
  • BearTracks continued to Sherwood Park, AB to visit with Joe Morrow and his extended family, all 22 of whom smiled animatedly in the family picture (#5/33) except him! (Photo gallery) Bruins NHL He and David Backes will now be able to chirp about whose tractor is bigger. (Video, 0:36) Bruins NHL
  • Jakub Zboril will join his young peers at the NHLPA Rookie Showcase on August 29th. NHLPA

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Daveart pretty much owns the goalie mask market, as demonstrated by this gallery of masks intended for tenders at the World Cup of Hockey. Bar Down
  • In negotiating player contracts, those no- and limited-movement clauses are a deceptively cheap perk that can later hamstring a roster. TSN
  • The Minnesota Wild have decided to honor a native son with their choice of a new goal song. Sportsnet
  • In conjunction with the new Las Vegas expansion team, the NHL has arranged to monitor gambling activity for signs of cheating. The same firm handling those responsibilities for MLB has been retained. Review Journal
  • Meanwhile, in news of former Bruins in the KHL... Joonas Kemppainen scored on a nifty outlet pass (Video) Streamable, via Reddit and Max Talbot strapped in for one loooong flight to an away game. @Max25Talbot Vladimir Sobotka watch continues- will he or won’t he return to the NHL- and will anyone care? St. Louis Game Time
  • Meanwhile, in news of former Bruins with the German national team... Dennis Seidenberg‘s availability is good news for coach Marco Sturm, whose team is loaded with NHL-calibre talent for a change. (Click permissions for Google translation from German) Wormser-Zeitung