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Marisa Ingemi revisits Bruins names we have not heard in a long time. Bonus- formerly famous free agent goalies.

The Kids Are Alright
Who are you? (Keith Moon, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle)
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Keep Calm and Bergeron.

  • There is a name I have not heard in a long time- Marisa Ingemi is Evan Marinofsky’s guest on the CLNS podcast- coincidentally the topic is a deep dive into obscure Bruins and David Krejci’s future. Bonus- those thoughtful topic timestamps. (Audio, 36:00) CLNS Media
  • Speaking of the nearly forgotten, check this list of possible Bruins backup goalies with familiar names pulled from free agency. The Hockey Writers
  • Eric Lindros may be late to the party, but we can welcome him to the Patrice Bergeron Fan Club with a toast. NESN
  • Never fear, David Krejci will continue to manipulate time and space for the forseeable future. HockeyBuzz
  • Torey Krug cares about his legacy in Boston, and he’d like to expand it. NHL
  • Kirk Luedeke mulls Zach Senyshyn and his career trajectory. Scouting Post
  • Here’s your chance to do your part in covering your nose and mouth in style, and for CHARITY! Causeway Crowd
  • Kooks and Degenerates on Ice- it was 50 years ago, but you can revisit the 1970 Stanley Cup Bruins in a new book by Tom Leyden and Tom Whelan. Boston 25 News
  • Where were YOU in 1959? The Bruins and Rangers were playing overseas. @MikeCommito

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Mark your calendars, a May 15th resumption of skating would be a good sign for a return to NHL hockey. Sportsnet
  • The outcome depends heavily on the NHLPA not rolling over and playing dead. Deadspin
  • Would players be okay with leaving their families to resume the season? TSN
  • What would a Team USA Olympic roster look like? Bruins on the blueline! The Hockey News
  • The NHL has prioritized a Stanley Cup Final for this season, might we be looking at a December start to the next season? 985 The Sports Hub
  • By the numbers, calculating a player’s value by Wins Above Replacement (WAR) is not as good a measure as Standings Points Above Replacement (SPAR). Here’s why. Raw Charge
  • We all know the Stanley Cup, but have you ever heard of the Allan Cup (or even the Queen’s Cup)? Habs Eyes on the Prize
  • Victorians in London enjoyed (?) skaing on artificial ice in 1844. There was just one big problem with it. Smithsonian