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Fresh Links: Rockin’ Down The Highway

The pavement is becoming grooved between Providence and Boston

Boston Bruins v Vegas Golden Knights
You can always carpool. (Danton Heinen)
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The Bruins are taking another crack at it tomorrow night against Vancouver at 7:00 PM ET- the next four games over two weeks are at TD Garden.

  • Injuries and call-ups from Providence have the Bruins lineup in a bit of flux. Patriot Ledger
  • Now ten pounds lighter, David Backes has joined Patrice Bergeron in taking limited practice. We miss you guys. So do your teammates. Boston Globe
  • Who should be slotted in to cover for Adam McQuaid and Ryan Spooner? Causeway Crowd
  • Danton Heinen and Austin Czarnik have been sent racing down I-95 toward Providence. MassLive This one’s for you, boys. (Video, 3:16) YouTube
  • Heinen’s stay in Providence may be short, and necessitated mostly by factors other than his performance. MattKalmanWriting, via Facebook
  • And the good news from Providence is their top line, for as long as they can keep it together. Providence Journal
  • As for the PBruins, some things went well and others not so much over the past weekend. Rinkside Rhode Island
  • Be grateful for a couple of weeks of scheduled home games. It can only help. Metro.US

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: It was like a mini class reunion last night in Las Vegas, where the Vegas Golden Knights edged the Sabres in overtime. Malcolm Subban earned his second win. Knights on Ice Shane Hnidy was in the booth. @DavidCGoucher We won’t be seeing Loui Eriksson on ice tomorrow. TSN Zac Rinaldo is finally out from under his (multi-league and) record-setting suspensions. The Score
  • Speaking of the Canucks, their former coach has found his experience in Vancouver to be very helpful as he now helms Team Canada for one big reason. NO, REALLY! Elbow News
  • Which quintet of NHL coaches can rest easy in the job security department? Sportsnet
  • Say CHEESE! Facial recognition technology is on its way to NHL arenas. TSN
  • The Stanley Cup has been duplicated in many creative ways. Pumpkins? Bottlecaps? Meat? Been there, done that. BarDown
  • Godspeed and farewell to Gord Downie, a Bruins fan and godson of Harry Sinden. CBC