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Both the home and away Bruins came away with wins in the last 24 hours

Boston Bruins v Washington Capitals
Just another Czech in a Spoked-B (Daniel Vladar)
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The home Bruins beat the Capitals 5-2 last night, and the away Bruins bested the Flames 3-1 this morning.

  • So you wanted to see something, ANYTHING from Zach Senyshyn? You got it. He scored twice against Washington. Bonus- Dan Vladar is back, after a scary skiing injury and recovery. Boston Globe
  • Aren’t you glad the Bruins didn’t try to remanufacture Senyshyn? Nobody wants to see Jordan Caron 2.0. 98.5 The Sports Hub
  • I want to live in America- Jakub Lauko is making his case to do just that. 98.5 The Sports Hub
  • Got highlights? Bonus- link to box score. (With video) NBC Sports
  • Meanwhile, in China, equipment transfers have not been the only gremlins. (Two goal scorer!) Jake DeBrusk missed some of the game for, well, a lower-body injury. @AmalieBenjamin and Charlie Mcavoy was also unwell, missing the game entirely. @AmalieBenjamin Cheer up, they’re about to head for home- what could go wrong? @Johnston985
  • David Krejci is no doubt watching Jake DeBrusk and Ryan Donato over in China with great interest. Bonus- John Moore is as advertised, and Matt Grzelcyk made the most of Charlie McAvoy’s absence this morning. Boston Globe
  • Three youngsters are auditioning to be the next third-line center. NHL
  • Brad Marchand reported an interesting encounter at the Silk Market, and he is now all ready for Christmas. NHL
  • We’ll leave you with this thought. Why indeed? @ETD51
  • Of the rookies we’ve seen in preseason, who stands out as likeliest to make the team? WEEI
  • Noel Acciari is laser focused on the key to his success this year. Sentinel Source
  • the Atlanta Gladiators will sport new uniforms this year. Sport Logos

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • NHL players are not the only ones tuning up at training camp- officials are in Buffalo warming up for the season and working on their own chirps. Boston Herald
  • Wayne Gretzky has been part of the NHL’s charm offensive breaking into the Chinese market. New York Times
  • Now you “C” it, now you don’t. There has been a change in how NHL teams handle the position of captain, and some ride long stretches without any captain at all. Sports Illustrated
  • Tough conversations for a tough game often require a “Shero Sandwich”, as Paul Stewart explains. HockeyBuzz
  • In news about the news, a new face will cover the Bruins beat at the Boston Herald even as another familiar face leaves WEEI. Stay tuned.