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Happy campers converge on the new Warrior Ice Arena facility to make their cases for a Bruins roster spot

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NHL: Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings, Frank Vatrano' goal celly
More of this, please (Frank Vatrano’s celly)
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In Bruins news:

  • Rookie Camp led to Training Camp for undrafted Frank Vatrano, who took the bit in his teeth and ran with it. Cost-effective contracts such as his will be helpful, as will his example of earning a roster spot. Bonus: Training camp roster. The Boston Globe
  • Of course, that big, new Warrior Ice Arena may seem drafty in the absence of a number of key personnel. Bonus: a checklist of spots up in the air and ripe for the taking. Providence Journal
  • David Krejci is looking forward to a healthy year. The notable seasons of 2010-11 and 2012-13 followed his first procedure, just sayin’. Boston Herald
  • Jake DeBrusk is seeing his career in high gear, and his embarrassing performance on his fitness test from last year in the rear-view mirror. WEEI
  • Watch as this trio of storylines unfolds at Bruins Training camp. Boston CBS Local
  • Don’t blame Canada, blame the Bruins for Team USA’s speedy exit from the World Cup of Hockey. WEEI
  • A few “awww!” moments for Bruins players from the Canada vs. Europe tilt- Brad Marchand gives Zdeno Chara a nickname @WeekendAtBergys and all is forgiven on ice as the pair pause to hug it out. @WeekendAtBergys.

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In former Bruins news, Dennis Seidenberg may be headed off to play with Chris Kelly in Ottawa after Team Europe finishes their run... Hockeybuzz, unless he’s snapped up by Calgary, of course. Hockeybuzz
  • ...and sticktaps to Alex Khokhlachev, who has scored his first KHL goal. SKA
  • Have you been watching the changeable advertising along the boards at the World Cup? The NHL has been... The Globe and Mail
  • We all know what payback is. Here’s a look at five times that teams got in their licks after an initial defeat at the World Cup. The Hockey News