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BHN Daily: This Trent Frederic Video Will Fire Up Boston Bruins Fans



This Trent Frederic video is going to be Bruins porn to the Boston Bruins diehard fans out there.

It’s from the “Behind the B” show as Frederic was mic’ed up for one of the mid-February Bruins/New York Rangers games at Madison Square Garden, and it showed Frederic leveling No. 1 overall pick Alex Lafreniere in front of the benches with  titanic hit. Some may quibble and say it was a tad late, which may be true by the letter of the law, but that’s also true of at least a couple of hits in every single NHL game played since the beginning of time. The real iconic Boston Bruins moment happens afterward, however, as we get an idea of exactly the kind of attitude that Frederic has brought to the Black and Gold bench this season.

Frederic yells “Who wants it?” to the entire Rangers bench as a challenge to their manhood while skating on to continue a punishing shift.

Eventually Frederic would drop the gloves with Brendan Lemieux in a fight where the Bruins youngster felt like the Rangers forward quick-punched him out of the gate, and the Bruins went on to win the game in memorable 1-0 fashion. It was a nasty, punishing old school kind of game and Frederic’s board-rattling hit on Lafreniere was a tremendous example of the kind of tough guy swagger that he’s brought to the Black and Gold this season.

It’s what Boston Bruins fans want and it’s what the organization’s Original Six tradition has been built on over the years. So, enjoy it, Bruins fans.

Now on to the BHN Puck Links:

*Jake DeBrusk will be a healthy scratch for the Boston Bruins after numerous meetings where they were trying to get more out of the 23-year-old winger. It sounds like the B’s coaching staff is beginning to get frustrated with him. (Boston Hockey Now)

*Darryl Sutter bag-skated the Calgary Flames 35 minutes his first practice with the Flames, setting the tone for what it’s going to be like now that he’s in charge. Giddy up. (TSN)

*This video of Patrick Kane counting to 1,000 as a soundtrack to somebody going to sleep is so incredibly odd, but kind of endearing at the same time. It’s all having some fun with Kane reaching the 1,000 games played milestone at the NHL level.

*Want to hear exactly what John Tortorella has to say prior to tonight’s Blue Jackets game in a 3-6-1 stretch where they are struggling offensively? Includes this solid rant.

I knew you would. (Blue Jackets Radio Network)

*Good news for the Avalanche as it looks like Nathan MacKinnon is back in the lineup for Colorado. FOH (Friend of Haggs) Adrian Dater has the details. (Colorado Hockey Now)

*For something completely different: What an awful shame about Rheal Cormier, who was a memorable part of some Red Sox teams in the late 1990’s and has passed away after a battle with cancer. One of the best MLB pitchers to ever come out of Canada. (SportsNet)

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