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Tommy Cross has signed for another year.

NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at Boston Bruins
This one’s a keeper (Brandon Carlo)
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • Trade Brandon Carlo? Other teams keep asking, and the answer should remain NO. He is what the Bruins have been looking for. WEEI
  • Another young Bruins defenseman, Charlie McAvoy, made quite the impression on Bobby Orr. (With video) NESN
  • On the other hand, the Zac Rinaldo experiment is so over. Mass Live
  • Where else would you turn for an NHL Draft primer from the Bruins’ perspective? Oh, and a tip- don’t waste a lot of time dreaming on the return for the number 18 pick, just sayin’... Scouting Post Listen in on The Optional Skate tonight to hear more from Kirk Luedeke. @DaysofYOrr
  • Now you can spend the night with Bobby Orr, or at least in a hotel room (number 4, natch) festooned with his personal memorabilia. Boston Globe
  • Kevin Dean led the PBruins all the way to the Calder Cup conference final, which led to his promotion. Boston Herald He is credited with the seamless and successful integration of young defensemen into the Boston Bruins lineup. CBS Boston Trent Whitfield and Jay Leach are candidates to replace him in Providence. Providence Journal
  • Tommy Cross will remain in a Bruins uniform next year. CBS Sports

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • This compilation of Bob McKenzie Tweets succinctly explains NHL expansion draft rules and deadlines. BarDown The league is working diligently to keep Las Vegas trades secret in order to hype the big roster reveal on June 21st. TSN
  • Dion Phaneuf, Marc-Andre Fleury, Kevin Bieksa- which notables did (and didn’t) waive no trade clauses? Sportsnet
  • Former Bruin Nathan Horton is in the news again, as his contract is one that might be on the move to the new Las Vegas franchise. FanRag Sports
  • If you’re looking for news of Las Vegas Golden Knights, check with SBNation’s new site. Welcome to the fold! Knights On Ice
  • Demographically challenged- the NHL audience is aging, and at a faster clip than most professional sports. Why? Just look at the TWO recent lockouts and the insistence on marketing teams over star players. Vice
  • From being cut at the Ivan Hlinka tournament to becoming a top prospect, Cody Glass’ family is his team, as he explains. National Post
  • Happy birthday, Lord Frederick Arthur Stanley- and thanks for donating that cup. @mikecommito