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BHN Daily Links: Bruins Power Past Carolina, Tavares Goes Home

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A quiet night on the ice for the NHL, but not so much off the ice. Here are the news headlines on Friday, May 10th Edition of BHN Daily Links. Today’s stories include Bruins Take Game 1, John Tavares Leaves Team Canada, World Championships have begun, Special Teams Vital for Bruins Game 1 Victory, Panarin Leads Free Agent Class, Blues-Sharks Preview, Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin look to take next step, and Mats Zuccarello’s future in Dallas.

Top Hockey News for Friday, May 10th

The Boston Bruins power past Carolina in Game 1 of the ECF. (Boston Hockey Now)

Maple Leafs forward John Tavares leaves Team Canada with an oblique strain. (Sportsnet)

All eyes on the IIHF World Championships as Kaapo Kakko and Jack Hughes take center stage. (NHL.com)

Special Teams played a crucial role in the Bruins Game 1 win. (Boston Hockey Now)

As Frank Seravalli of TSN points out Artemi Panarin is top the Class of 2019 Free Agents. (TSN)

With Game 1 of the Western Conference Final set for Saturday, here are the keys to the Blues-Sharks series. (NBC Sports)

Both Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin are ready to take Dallas to the next level. (Dallas Morning News)

Mats Zuccarello was a perfect fit in Dallas, but will he be sticking around? (ESPN)

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