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Woulda, coulda, shoulda- If only Jarome Iginla had chosen Boston the first time around!

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Jarome Iginla, welcomed back home to Calgary
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • The Bruins will need every bit of the talent (and the thrifty contract) that Ryan Donato brings this season. WEEI
  • Brad Marchand will join a bunch of NHLers and Olympians at the Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge this weekend in Nova Scotia. Chronicle Herald
  • Best wishes to Adam McQuaid and his new bride, who is perfect- her surname includes the word “rink.” Journal Pioneer
  • Catch up with other Bruins through their social media posts as the summer lazes along. Bruins NHL In Minnesota, David Backes was sighted playing dimpled ball for charity @MavsHockey while Charlie McAvoy and Brock Boeser cheerily chirp each other in this new series of ads. (#1) @CCMHockey (#2) @CCMHockey (#3) @CCMHockey

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Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Jarome Iginla left a strong legacy in his brief stint in Boston. CBS Boston Loui Eriksson needs to bounce back for the Canucks, even if only to make him attractive as trade bait. The Province Ever the good soldier, Johnny Boychuk blasts anyone who says the Islanders are doomed without John Tavares. NHL Aaron Johnson has signed for two years with the Sheffield Steelers (UK) because he also has another goal in mind. The Star
  • This assessment of the competition in the Atlantic Division projects the standing-pat Bruins lagging opponents that were able to make key moves. Yahoo Sports
  • SOME teams find No Trade and No Movement clauses can work to their advantage. Raw Charge
  • A new HeadCheck app has been developed to aid in assessing and tracking possible concussions in real time. CTV News