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Once again prowling the ice in Providence, this time with a clipboard and whistle. Welcome back, Trent Whitfield!
Once again prowling the ice in Providence, this time with a clipboard and whistle. Welcome back, Trent Whitfield!
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In Bruins news:

  • Welcome back to Providence, Jay Leach and Trent Whitfield! Providence Bruins
  • Hold on, is that a tattoo on Patrice Bergeron? Twitter, @MKMolnar
  • Which three Bruins need to improve their performances? Be sure to read down to the comments on this one... Causeway Crowd
  • Here are the five NHLers whose buyouts free up the most money for their teams. Yup, Dennis Seidenberg is here. The Hockey News
  • As for Don Sweeney, he might disagree with his place in this ranking of all the NHL General Managers. The Score
  • In keeping with the Scouting Post’s recent theme of The Undrafted, take a look at the Eastern Conference’s nine undrafted players poised to make their marks. Frank Vatrano is among them. Sports Illustrated
  • Willie O’Ree has collected another honor. Twitter, @BeyondSport

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Decisions, decisions... which players should teams protect in the expansion draft? In this take, Boston should expose Malcolm Subban. Hockeybuzz
  • Using statistics, teams can make smarter decisions in the neutral zone as they attempt zone entries. Hockey-Graphs
  • Logan Couture offers his opinion on which five defensemen are the toughest to play against. Then he hedges by adding two forwards. Player’s Tribune
  • A contest to name the Philadelphia NHL hockey team- what could go wrong? Back in 1966, the new team might have been named the "Croaking Crickets." NHL Flyers
  • SOLD! The new record has been set for the price of a hockey card. Guess whose it is? Bar Down
  • Way back when, ESPN produced this Campbell’s Soup parody ad for its NHL coverage. Will it be "Bourque and Beans" or "Cam Chowder" for supper? Twitter, @ScottyWazz