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You may need both hands to count all the individual and team streaks going for the Bruins right now

Ottawa Senators v Boston Bruins
Get well soon, Ghost Dog! (Kaspars Daugavins)
Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

The Hurricanes blow into town tomorrow night to face the Bruins at 7:00PM on NESN.

  • When we left off, the Bruins had bested the Devils on Saturday night 1-0. Former Bruin Kenny Agostino was instrumental in the Bruins scoring their lone goal. Providence Journal
  • Here are three bullet points from the shutout win. Bruins Daily
  • The streaking Bruins and several individual streaking players are streaking multiple streaky streaks right now. HockeyBuzz
  • Here are 17 points to ponder, one for each remaining regular season games over the next 33 days. The good news? No need to risk rushing David Pastrnak back. Boston Globe
  • It’s no fluke- just look at the number. The Bruins are making a drive into the playoffs as contenders. Bonus- detractors are finally right, just like broken clocks- Tuukka Rask really IS number two! Metro
  • That wasn’t a benching on Saturday, Peter Cehlarik- no! That was tough love. Bonus- how good was the Bruins defense? 985 The Sports Hub
  • Pitch those pitchforks, Tuukka Rask is back. Patrice Bergeron may be number one in our hearts, but now he is also #6 in one franchise marker. WEEI
  • Here’s the summary of this weekend’s action in Providence. Wow, they sure have a long list of injured players! Rinkside Rhode Island

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: The Flames celebrated the career of Jarome Iginla on Saturday night- take a look at how his appearance evolved over time, handsome dog! (With tribute video) BarDown Then Ryan Donato scored, and the Wild spoiled the evening. TSN He’s no Joe Thornton- Blake Wheeler kept his wife’s best friend discreetly under wraps after scoring four goals in the Jets win over the Blue Jackets. TSN Kaspars Daugavins suffered a punctured lung this weekend as a result of being tripped in his KHL playoff game. (With video) Forever Blueshirts
  • Godspeed “Terrible” Ted Lindsay, whose legacy includes bravely speaheading the effort to have players represented at the NHL table. Detroit Free Press
  • Never tell me the odds! While we may all know that the Lightning are favorites to win it all, take a look at which other NHL teams are in striking distance. The Hockey News
  • Do you like fancystats graphics? How about a look at “beeswarm plots” that depict goaltenders’ career performance as marked by goals saved above average year by year. Hockey-Graphs
  • Did he or didn’t he? Who wrote last year’s Players Tribune article attributed to Patrik Laine? Yahoo Sports