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The Bruins won their charity scrimmage before a full house of fans at TD Garden.

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The Bruins won their scrimmage to benefit the Bruins Foundation in front of a full house at TD Garden.

  • The Unscathed- avoiding nicks and scratches was one key to the game. Charlie Coyle’s grandmother was in the audience. NHL
  • Both Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron spoke to the fans postgame. NBC Boston
  • Three bullet points form the charity scrimmage include a sigh of relief for the Little Ball of Great.
  • Another trio of observations include David Krejci being sent home pregame. 985 The Sports Hub
  • Practice. Tuukka Rask treated the session as a tuneup for a real game. Zane McIntyre saw action, and Peter Cehlarik was among the goalscorers. WEEI
  • By the numbers, can Rask keep up the good work in the Final? Five Thirty Eight
  • You’ll want to monitor these storylines going into the Stanley Cup Final, where a pair of Selke Trophy finalists will duel on ice. CBS Boston
  • Patrice Bergeron has had himself a post season, by both eye test and by the numbers. Rotoworld
  • From Quinnipiac to Providence and now Boston, Connor Clifton brings his special sauce to the Bruins lineup. Middletown Press
  • Another big story this season was the Providence Bruins as a team stepping up repeatedly and competently as injuries decimated Boston’s roster. Providence Bruins
  • Exactly how do the Bruins and Blues measure up as opponents by the numbers? ESPN
  • A number of youngsters are enjoying their tenure as Bruins Black Aces this postseason. Bruins NHL

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • This morning’s potpourri of news is all about the Blues and Bruins. NHL
  • A key source of all things Providence Bruins and local collegiate hockey, Mark Divver, is now an unrestricted free agent. We wish him happy landings. @MarkDivver