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Danton Heinen has earned his payday.

2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Four
Perhaps not the flashiest, but sneaky good. (Danton Heinen)
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In Bruins news you can use:

  • Now that the ink is dry on Danton Heinen’s two-year deal, the news is how this affects Boston’s other restricted free agents. Boston Herald
  • By the numbers, there is a good case to return Heinen to the bosom of Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand. HockeyBuzz
  • The signing also hints at which player the Bruins hope to fill dear, departed Marcus Johansson’s spot. NESN
  • Could Kevan Miller be part of the Bruins’ solution to the cap problem? Causeway Crowd
  • Signing Peter Cehlarik only to lose him on waivers would sting. Causeway Crowd
  • Meanwhile, in Providence, a half-dozen players have re-upped for the coming PBruins season. Hockey Chronicle
  • Might Samuel Asselin prove to be one of those diamonds in the rough the Bruins specialize in mining? Causeway Crowd
  • Slovakian Robert Lantosi was eager to accept a Bruins’ offer. Causeway Crowd

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Loui Eriksson is up in the air after three long years in Vancouver. The Hockey Writers Malcolm Subban and the Golden Knights have come to a one-year agreement. Canoe
  • Of the ten best contracts in the NHL, numbers one and two are David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand. Patrice Bergeron came justthisclose to making the cut, BTW. (Hard paywall) The Athletic
  • Keeping track of NHL youngsters about to enter arbitration? Here’s a list of scheduled hearings. (You can already scratch Heinen and Subban) Sportsnet
  • FREE RON MCLEAN! The time has come (and is now long gone) for Coach’s Corner to call it a day. Pension Plan Puppets
  • Need goals on the power play? Maybe playing five forwards is the solution. TSN
  • Dear NHL, here are some suggestions you may wish to consider as you pursue your stated intent to widen your fanbase. Grandstand Central

How many days until Bruins hockey?

  • 68 days until the first preseason game in New Jersey v. the Devils on September 16, 2019.
  • 85 days until the first regular season game in Dallas v. the Stars on October 3, 2019.