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Fresh Links: How About Some Moore, Intel On Jake DeBrusk From His Dad

Dominic Moore would be happy to stay in Boston

Ottawa Senators v Boston Bruins - Game Six
We’d like some Moore- Dominic Moore
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • Jake DeBrusk’s dad watched every PBruins game online, and notes that his son is using his developmental time in Providence to be the two-way player that teams value. Boston Herald
  • He’s interested in staying in Boston, although Dominic Moore knows it won’t likely be on long-term contract. MassLive
  • Two Avalanche players are still in the Bruins’ sights- Matt Duchene and the team’s captain, Gabriel Landeskog. Hey, as long as Brandon Carlo is not part of the deal, it could happen. WEEI
  • The Bruins That Got Away: The Rangers now rue the players that slipped through their fingers, one of whom was Marc Savard... BlueshirtBanter ...while the Stars lament the 2003 draft as a landmark FAIL, having passed on the likes of Patrice Bergeron, among others. The Hockey Writers Would the Bruins opt to revisiting a successful relationship with a former backup goaltender yet again? The Hockey Writers

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Hooray for hockey taking hold in Nashville! Despite the Game 6 loss of the Stanley Cup Final (and another iffy call-back of a Predator goal) one fan served up some salt to Mike Milbury. (With video) Hockeybuzz In fact, NBC may have offered incentive and a bit of pressure to Predators fans displaying signs heckling the NBC analyst. Puck Daddy
  • Former Bruin Craig Cunningham has heart. In this ESPN piece, you see why the doctor who responded to his emergency and multiple organ failure was precisely the right one for this very unusual case. (*Warning* - unobstructed footage of an open-heart surgery from 7:07 through 7:12) (Video, 12:53) YouTube
  • Dive on into Thirty Thoughts, where the expansion draft is big news. Which notables will be asked to waive their no-movement clauses? Sportsnet
  • A season flat revenue leaves the NHLPA stuck with unhappy options in their negotiations with the NHL. NY Post
  • One hockey enthusiast has carved a niche as the go-to man and archivist of extensive hockey historical footage. New York Times
  • Coffee money built the early Black Hawks franchise, the first to pointedly feature American players and to challenge the concept of Canadian supremacy on ice. Their owner was a Harvard man and polo enthusiast, and was also Mr. Irene Castle. New York Times
  • Hockey is hard on sticks, and they seem to fail at the most inopportune times, as Jack Edwards often notes. Thankfully, one company has found a use for them. WCF Courier