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BHN Puck Links: King Henrik Retires; Bruins D; Yotes; RIP Russ Conway

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Don’t expect a dramatic reunion on the ice for the Boston Bruins this coming season.

A legend between the pipes, that gave the Boston Bruins and plenty of other teams fits over the years announced his retirement on Friday.

Once again, the Arizona Coyotes are looking for a new home. Poutine anyone?

Two years ago today the hockey media world, the Boston Bruins and the hockey world in general lost a legend.

That and more in the latest Boston Hockey Now Puck Links:

Boston Bruins

Former Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara could still play another NHL game but it’s ‘highly unlikely’ the 44-year-old defenseman will do so for the Bruins. (BHN)

Speaking of defensemen, how will Boston Bruins veteran rearguard John Moore fit into the Bruins’ blue line this season? (BHN)

National Hockey Now

One of the best goalies this puck scribe ever covered retired on Friday. Congrats on a great career King Henrik! (Washington Hockey Now)

 

 

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman thinks New York Islanders and NHL fans are going to love the Isles’ new digs when UBS Arena opens in November. (NYI Hockey Now)

Are the Pittsburgh Penguins getting closer to contract extensions for defenseman Kris Letang and forward Evgeni Malkin? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

What Detroit Red Wings players will be playing in Beijing next February? (Detroit Hockey Now)

Do fans think the Colorado Avalanche addressed their depth issues? (Colorado Hockey Now)

NHL

Can we just relocate the Arizona Coyotes to Quebec City already? Stop fighting destiny NHL! (The Athletic)

Why did the NHL finally give in and allow ads on their team jerseys? It’s pretty simple really but read this for the detes. (ESPN)

Two years ago today, I lost a mentor and the hockey world lost a hall of fame puck scribe that worked an NHL dressing room like no other. I miss Russ Conway every day and would give anything to just pick up the phone and talk hockey with him right now. Sláinte Russ! Here’s a two-part tribute I wrote on Russ after he passed away. (Part 1 and Part 2)

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