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Fresh Links: Anders Bjork Is Ready, Free Agency Agendas.

Lots of former Bruins are on the move as well

USA Blue v USA White - 2014 USA Hockey Junior Evaluation Camp
A very young Anders Bjork representing the USA

In Bruins news you can use:

  • Just Drew It. He has a lot left in the tank, but the NHL keeps getting younger. Will the versatile Drew Stafford prove to be a Bruins keeper? WEEI
  • No one has more faith in Anders Bjork’s NHL readiness than pal Charlie McAvoy, who is not alone in his opinion that the former Notre Dame standout is poised to land a roster spot. WEEI
  • Saddle up a Three Amigos podcast, featuring a Jack Studnicka interview as well as a draft breakdown and look ahead to free agency. (Audio, 1:37:49) Scouting Post
  • All the talk will be over and it will be time for action tomorrow! What should the Bruins look to accomplish in free agency? Boston Herald
  • Here’s what may be on the Bruins’ Help Wanted list. Could the Bruins be interested in luring Ben Scrivens back from the KHL to rejoin former Cornell teammate Riley Nash? CBS Boston
  • Review all 57 Bruins enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Bonus: This is a stroll down Bruins uniform memory lane! Bruins NHL

Elsewhere around the rink (parquet?):

  • Former Bruins in the news: Jaromir Jagr is still looking for a team. In fact, he claims to simply be hoping for a return call from any NHL GM! CBS Boston Kris Versteeg will remain with the Flames. NHL Benoit Pouliot was waived by the Oilers ahead of buyout. The Hockey Writers Joe Thornton is still rumored to be in the Kings’ sights, Jarome Iginla is still in limbo, and apparently the Panthers are only balking on Jagr’s salary at this point. Jim Benning would like Matt Hunwick to become a Canuck. The Bruins are still talking with the Wild, apparently and are sniffing around Dmitry Kulikov as well. Sportsnet
  • The top 100 Boston pro sporting altercations are sprinkled liberally with Bruins kerfuffles, including one from Providence involving a very angry Finn. Number one ‘shoe-d’ come as no surprise. (With video, photos) MassLive
  • Nash’s cousin Kelly Olynyk was tendered a qualifying offer by the Celtics keeping the Canadian kinsmen together in Boston- for now. Boston Herald