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Fresh Links: Half Dozen

Only six more regular season games remain for the Bruins

Boston Bruins v New York Rangers
Outta my way, Martin St. Louis admires my game! (Brad Marchand hurdles Mika Zibanejad)

The Bruins host the Rangers tonight at 7:30PM on NBCSN. DON’T CALL IT RIVALRY NIGHT!

  • There is a streak for the Bruins to defend tonight, specifically a home game winning one. Bonus- Paul Carey will remain a Bruin for a while. Providence Journal
  • The Bruins’ final six regular season games commence with the hope that they can at least play a few games with their anticipted playoff roster. Patriot Ledger
  • As for Monday, is it too late to rue having called the game a measuring stick? The real value may be the lessons learned in the loss to the Lightning. HockeyBuzz
  • Moving past the obvious blown lead, it isn’t time to panic about the Bruins’ chances against Tampa Bay. Boston Herald
  • On the bright side, the Bruins showed they can give the best in the NHL a run for their money. CBS Boston
  • Takeaways from the game include not letting the sting of the loss detract form Patrice Bergeron ’s milestone- one that he reached despite missing 16 games this season. Bruins Daily
  • Brandon Carlo will be a difference maker in the playoffs. Bonus- Connor Clifton continues to improve. WEEI
  • Keep your fingers crossed for John Moore. Last Word On Hockey
  • And cheer up- when Martin St. Louis admires the details of your game, Brad Marchand, you know you’ve got something on the ball. Boston Globe
  • If you happen to be in Weymouth, don’t be surprised if you hear the sound of a cowbell- it is just Charlie Coyle’s grandmother. Chris Wagner’s parents have been introducing the Coyles around at TD Garden. NHL
  • It’s ALIVE! Days of Y’Orr has reawakened for this playoff run. @DaysofYOrr
  • If you have time to kill at Logan Airport, have we got a watering hole for you! MassLive

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Slip on your cynic spectacles for this take on NHL Awards this year. Pension Plan Puppets
  • In 31 Thoughts includes kudos to Roberto Luongo for his frank and witty Twitter presence. In #14, yet more angst over dislodged nets. Sportsnet
  • As a postscript to the documentary “Finding Murph,” former NHL 1st round pick Joe Murphy he has settled in Thunder Bay and is getting help. Chronicle Journal