The Boston Bruins wave goodbye to a mainstay in the front office but look ahead at rookie camp.
Could Boston Bruins prospect Fabian Lysell end up being the steal of the first round at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft?
A father-son legacy continues for the New York Islanders and the Heritage Classic heads to Hamilton.
That and more in the latest Boston Hockey Now Puck Links:
During his stint as Boston Bruins Executive Director of Player Personnel and Assistant GM for the Providence Bruins, John Ferguson Jr. has been in the running for numerous management posts around the NHL. On Wednesday, Ferguson Jr. found his landing spot in the desert with the Arizona Coyotes. (BHN)
There’s an aura about Boston Bruins hotshot prospect Fabian Lysell and if he can adapt to the NHL properly, he may turn out to be the steal of the first round at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. (BHN)
My BHN partner-in-crime, Joe Haggerty, had some observations and thoughts from the first day of 2021 Boston Bruins Rookie Camp. (BHN)
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New New York Islanders forward Zach Parise is hoping to continue his father’s legacy with the Isles. (NYI Hockey Now)
Our man in Pitt, Dan Kingerski, predicts some surprises in the Metro Division. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
Happy to see Sammi Silber back behind the keyboard and cranking out great Washington Capitals content after a bout with pancreatitis. In her latest post, Sammi looks at some Caps rookies to watch in rookie camp. (Washington Hockey Now)
The Colorado Avalanche continue to pay homage to the Quebec Nordiques through their uniforms. (Colorado Hockey Now)
Can top San Jose Sharks prospect William Eklund make the roster out of camp? (San Jose Hockey Now)
The 2022 Tim Horton’s Heritage Classic is headed to Hamilton, Ontario as longtime rivals, the Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Maple Leafs will do battle at Tim Horton’s Field. (NHL)
Reigning Norris Trophy winner Adam Fox says its playoffs or bust for the New York Rangers. (TSN)
One of the all-around good guys in the game, Michael Futa, has found a new NHL gig with the Carolina Hurricanes. (Sportsnet)
Remember when teams, including the Boston Bruins, were bidding like crazy over former Harvard star and 2016 Hobey Baker Award winner Jimmy Vesey? Things haven’t exactly gone as planned for Vesey but the New Jersey Devils are giving him another chance to prove he can make it in the NHL. (ESPN)
I had the pleasure of covering Ottawa Senators prospect Shane Pinto when he played in the USPHL and always felt like he had the right stuff to make it in the NHL. This season he will get to prove me right. (Sportsnet)