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Fresh Links: First Impressions

Development Camp continues

2013 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Three
Soon there will be Bruins hockey again
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • A few quick takes from day two- a lot of campers talk about leadership, one youngster in particular is demonstrating it. WEEI
  • Mark Divver offers notes on day one. Rinkside Rhode Island
  • Martin Bakos may be the oldest camper by a bit, but he is demonstrating the skill and hockey sense that brought him to the Bruins’ attention. WEEI
  • Daniel Vladar wants to make the most of his chance to stand out in a field of Bruins goaltending hopefuls. Bruins Daily
  • Undrafted perhaps, but clearly always in the sights of Jamie Langenbrunner, Karson Kuhlman is ready to prove that he belongs in Boston. Providence Journal
  • This is not the droid you are looking for... NHL scouts traveled to UMass-Boston, but camp invitee Nick Albano was not the player that they were targeting. Boston Herald
  • Cheeky QMJHL defenseman Olivier Galipeau pulled a John Tavares on the Montreal Canadiens. CBS Boston

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • It’s not what you make, it’s what you keep. John Tavares has a tough enough decision without the tax burden on his potential income varying from team to team. 98.5 The Sports Hub
  • The WRONG bear. Former Providence Bruins assistant coach Spencer Carbery is ready to take charge of the rival Hershey Bears. PennLive
  • Wishful thinking, but here are six entertaining headlines for events that we are never, ever going to see happen in the NHL. Sportsnet