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BHN Daily Links: Boston’s Home-Grown Talent, Fearing Maroon, NHL Mock Draft



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We’re getting closer. If eternity has an end, it would be this Monday night when the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues finally meet to start the Stanley Cup Final. To keep the rust from setting in on their skates, Boston is holding an intrasquad scrimmage tonight at the TD Garden. At just $20 a ticket, the scrimmage is nearly sold out, and this will have to hold Bruins fans over until the real action begins on Monday.

To win the Cup the Boston Bruins will have to contain Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz, but Patrick Maroon could be a big part of the Final. Alex Thomas lists reasons why the Bruins should absolutely fear Maroon. (BHN)

The Blues are in the Cup Final for the first time since 1970. Greg Wyshynski looks at how this season is different for long-suffering Blues fans and players. (ESPN)

The Pittsburgh Penguins did not live up to their expectations this season. Pittsburgh Hockey Now takes a look at five players who could rebound next season.

If you’re already thinking of the 2019 NHL Draft head over to NBC Sports where Joe Haggerty offers his NHL mock draft.

Patrice Bergeron doesn’t get the attention players like Sidney Crosby, or Connor McDavid get, but perhaps he deserves it. Causeway Crowd examines the underappreciated work of Patrice Bergeron.

Boston’s home-grown players have made a significant impact this postseason. Tommy McArdle of takes a look at how Boston’s crop of in-house talent has helped put Boston just four wins away from a Stanley Cup Championship.

In a natural progression of the #ForTheGame movement, articles of incorporation were filed to form the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA). (The Hockey News)


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