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It’s just another game against the Blues at TD Garden tomorrow.

NHL: Stanley Cup Final-St. Louis Blues at Boston Bruins
Time to move on.
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The Bruins host the Blues on Saturday night at 7:00PM on NBCSN.

  • Steel yourselves to revisit some unhappy memories on Saturday night, win or lose. Causeway Crowd
  • Anders Bjork has been recalled to join the team in Boston. 985 The Sports Hub
  • A Bruins state of mind- what does the team do at gametime to stay in the moment? Boston Globe
  • Don’t let their name fool you, Boston’s fourth line goes skate-to-skate with the NHL’s very best. Boston Herald
  • Jake DeBrusk may not be lighting the lamp, but he is contributing. Bruins Daily

NHL Standings:

  • The Bruins still trail only the Sabres in the Atlantic Division NHL and only Buffalo and the Capitals in the Eastern Conference. NHL In the league overall, Boston remains fifth behind both of those teams as well as the Avalanche and Oilers. (Links are NOT STATIC) NHL
  • Note David Pastrnak is atop and Brad Marchand is among the Offensive Leaders, Tuukka Rask is tied for the NHL’s best save percentage, and along with Jaroslav Halak remains among the other goaltending leaders. (Links are NOT STATIC) NHL

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • This NHL power ranking focuses on the key move each GM will make next. Sportsnet
  • Doubling down on a cheeky, early, bold prediction, the Sabres may really be ready to win it all this season. The Hockey News
  • Josh Ho-Sang is likely on the move, and here are some projected destinations, including Boston. The Hockey News
  • Harvard’s goaltender is no slouch, athletically or academically- Lindsay Reed also has size on her side. Boston Herald
  • The Best Kessell, Amanda, is suiting up to play in the Rangers Alumni Classic over the weekend! @NYRangers
  • Who will be the last active NHL player to eschew wearing a visor? TSN
  • In honor of this year’s Comics Come Home, Dennis Leary and Cam Neely swapped tales of 25 previous years- including Jon Stewart besting a bout of food poisoning and Milan Lucic fangirling over Chris Evans. Boston Herald