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Fresh Links: Call of the Wild

Zach Senyshyn and Trent Frederic were called up from Providence to join the Bruins in Minnesota.

NHL: Vegas Golden Knights at Minnesota Wild
If you ever wondered what a “Wild” looks like, this is the Minnesota mascot, Nordy.
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The Minnesota Wild host the bruins this evening at 8:00PM on NESN. This marks the penultimate game of the regular season for Boston.

  • Red-hot Brad Marchand is in the spotlight tonight against the Wild, Charlie Coyle returns to his old stomping ground, and be on the lookout for former Bruin Ryan Donato. Fox Sports
  • Play the man- Karson Kuhlman has earned it. Bonus- we get to see Zach Senyshyn tonight. HockeyBuzz
  • Some lineup notes include Chris Wagner getting some rest, along with a list of other Bruins held out of practice yesterday. More details on Senyshyn in honor of his first NHL regular-season action include a reminder- the kid’s got wheels. (With some of his Soo Greyhound video highlights) CBS Boston
  • Trent Frederic has also been called up. OurHometown
  • Jake DeBrusk has had a great season- streaky at times, but great. Boston Herald
  • Try to remain calm as the early projections come through for Torey Krug’s next contract. What are the alternatives? 985 The Sports Hub
  • There’s seems to be plenty of chirping going on between Bruins. Now David Pastrnak has done his best Tuukka Rask impersonation. NESN
  • The long and short of it- Zdeno Chara congratulated Brad Marchand on Instagram. NESN
  • Memories- Chad Finn looks back at his favorite lesser-known Bruins. Boston.com
  • Congratulations to PBruin defenseman Chris Breen upon being nominated for the AHL Yanick Dupre Memorial Award. Providence Bruins

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Have a look as Craig Cunningham takes to the ice on his prosthetic skate. BarDown Honorary PBruin (and now NHL Rookie of the Month) Jordan Binnington has wowed ’em in net this season. St. Louis Game Time
  • Speaking of Binnington, are YOU following these four key storylines into the postseason? CBC
  • 31 Thoughts dives deep into the CWHL/NWHL situation. Sportsnet
  • As the NHL regular season rolls to a close, take a look at how each team performed compared to projections. The Islanders are deserving of a round of applause. ESPN
  • Old friend Roberto Luongo is now the oldest active NHL netminder. Don’t hold your breath for the Panthers to be buying him a gold watch anytime soon. NBC Miami
  • One. More. Time. Reportedly we’ll be stuck with the NHL’s current playoff structure for at least one more year. Yahoo
  • Game ON! The IIHF Women’s World Championships are available for viewing (well, at least in Canada) check here for format, rules, schedule and channel details. Pension Plan Puppets
  • Even advances in technology cannot fix all the difficulties in real-time tracking hockey players and pucks. Sometimes the old solutions remain the best option. ESPN