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David Pastrnak and Ondrej Kase are back at work.

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NHL: JUL 15 Bruins Training Camp
Dan Vladar advises David Pastrnak to let his flow grow.
Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Training camp continues at Warrior Arena.

  • David Pastrnak and Ondrej Kase joined their team at practice yesterday. NHL
  • Anders Bjork is focused on burnishing those flashes of brilliance he’s exhibited into more of a constant glow. WEEI
  • Now Jack Studnicka hopes to make a similar good impression. Providence Journal
  • Kirk Luedeke assesses the state of the Bruins’ forwards going into the playoffs. (Part 1, Scouting Post) (Part 2, Scouting Post)
  • For the team as a whole, solidifying existing forward lines and forming new ones will be a high priority. Patriot Ledger
  • The Bruins will dive into the postseason relying on such chief weapons as fear, and surprise, and ruthless efficiency...and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope maturity and professionalism. MassLive
  • What does Bruce Cassidy see as the pros and cons of playing in Toronto? The Fourth Period
  • Priorities! Don’t look at Cassidy to be fretting over his wardrobe. MassLive
  • Cassidy has been named a Jack Adams finalist. (Maybe he’ll borrow a David Pastrnak suit for the ceremony?) Last Word on Hockey
  • David Pastrnak has a bigger dilemma- to shear or not to shear his sick flow? CBS Boston
  • Lend your ears to Jack Edwards, who sits with Dale & Keefe to explain what NESN coverage will look like as the Bruins begin their march toward the Stanely Cup. (Audio, 16:12) WEEI

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Malcolm Subban is ready to answer the call for the Blackhawks. NHL Everybody loves Tommy Wingels, but naming your baby after him...? (paywall currently waived) The Athletic
  • Mark your calendars- exhibition game times and dates are up. The Score
  • Sportsnet will feed games from Edmonton, while NBC will feed from Toronto, which isn’t going over very well. CBC
  • The new CBA will tweak the Over 35 contract rules, and the elephant in the room is LTIR. Pension Plan Puppets
  • One daughter’s search to cap off her Bruins fan father’s well-lived life was assisted by kind strangers. CBC