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Bruins Development camp continues, and the first reports are in

2019 NHL Draft - Round One
Always remember to wash your hands. (The Bettman glad hands John Beecher)
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Development Camp continues... Day #2.

  • One thing that impressed was John Beecher’s speed. Jake Schmaltz is getting to know his peers, and has good advice only a phone call away. Boston Herald
  • The chance to join a team that just played in the Stanley Cup Final motivates this year’s campers. Boston.com
  • John Beecher was surprised to be selected in the first round, and the Bruins were pleased that he was still available. Bonus- link to The Skate Podcast, tackling issues like the futures of Torey Krug and Matt Grzelcyk. WEEI
  • Oskar Steen may be slotted to begin the season in Providence, but if the Curious Case of Karson Kuhlman is any indication, he may not stay there. Boston Herald
  • He may have been snubbed at NHL Draft, but it did lead to an invitiation to attend Bruins Development Camp. Mike Hardman is ready to strut his stuff. Patriot Ledger
  • Baby faced Axel Andersson is in his second camp, and his performance will affect the decision whether he spends this year playing junior or in Providence. Boston Herald
  • Read between the lines of the Steven Kampfer deal- what issues does the re-signing address? Chowder and Champions
  • Rumors- are the Bruins just Wild about Jason Zucker ? Is Noel Acciari on the move? Causeway Crowd
  • This “Featurd Writer” [sic] addresses the future of David Krejci. My NHL Trade Rumors
  • Have a look at the official Bruins website devoted to the prospects. Bruins NHL

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Zach Trotman has found a home in Pittsburgh. NHL Penguins
  • I’m going to miss Roberto Luongo and his marvelous @strombone1 Twitter account. Last Word on Sports The Canucks offered their thanks in this video... @Canucks ...as did the Panthers. @FlaPanthers. Lu said goodbye in a sweet letter to fans. Panthers NHL
  • The salary cap is CRAP! Kill it with fire! No, actually the cap promotes that wonderful parity we all love. Discuss. ESPN
  • The new Seattle NHL team’s AHL affiliate has landed in posh digs. Seattle Times