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Boston Bruins

How will Jack Eichel switching agents affect the NHL trade market and more specifically the Boston Bruins?

Thanks to so many refusing to get vaccinated, Boston Bruins fans will have to mask up again this coming season.

Congrats again to former Boston Bruins center Marc Savard who is the new head coach of the Windsor Spitfires.

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

 

Boston Bruins

Buffalo Sabres captain Jack Eichel switched agents and is now represented by arguably the top dog in the business, Pat Brisson. Will that finally accelerate Eichel’s exit from Buffalo on the NHL Trade market? How will it affect the chances of the Boston Bruins bringing the North Chelmsford, MA native, and former Boston University star home? (BHN

With another indoor mask mandate going into effect Friday, Boston Bruins fans will once again need masks on when they enter TD Garden this season. (BHN)

Savvy is a Spitfire! One of the most prolific centers and playmakers this puck scribe ever covered, Marc Savard will be the new bench boss of the Windsor Spitfires in the OHL. (BHN)

National Hockey Now

As the Metro Division gets tougher and meaner, the Pittsburgh Penguins are stuck in neutral. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher knows he botched last season and is doing everything possible not to let it happen again. (Philadelphia Hockey Now)

This touching tribute from colleague Sammi Silber to her Mom, made me call mine and tell her I love her. (Washington Hockey Now)

Darcy Kuemper is ready to be the main man between the pipes for the Colorado Avalanche as they try to finally get past the second round. (Colorado Hockey Now)

The San Jose Sharks are not a good team to bet on this season. (San Jose Hockey Now)

NHL

Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price and forward Jonathan Drouin are expected to be ready for training camp. I get the cap hit issue but I still can’t fathom why the Seattle Kraken didn’t select Carey Price in the NHL Expansion Draft. (Sportsnet)

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