The Boston Bruins made more roster cuts on Saturday and were set to give some likely final auditions to other roster bubble players.
Time for Trent Frederic to bring the noise and establish a spot on the Boston Bruins.
Could the third line be a pleasant surprise for the Boston Bruins this season?
That and more in the latest Boston Hockey Now Puck Links:
The Boston Bruins continued to trim their roster on Saturday before taking on the Rangers for the second and final time this preseason. (BHN)
Since he must clear waivers to be assigned to the AHL, the Boston Bruins really need Trent Frederic to find his overall snarl and not just be picking fights. (BHN)
Do the Boston Bruins suddenly have a balanced third line? (BHN)
National Hockey Now
Not only will the New York Islanders be moving into a new arena in November but their AHL arena in Bridgeport, CT is getting a facelift as well. (NYI Hockey Now)
The Pittsburgh Penguins got some good news on the Sidney Crosby front Saturday. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
The Pens’ rival, the Washington Capitals did not get good news on their top center. (Washington Hockey Now)
Thanks to a logjam between the pipes, the Florida Panthers lost a pretty good goalie on the waiver wire Saturday. (Florida Hockey Now)
Speaking of goalies, the Detroit Red Wings may have a gem in prospect Sebastian Cossa. (Detroit Hockey Now)
As many Colorado Avalanche fans would likely agree, it’s probably not a good idea for Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog to do the fighting. (Colorado Hockey Now)
The San Jose Sharks’ camp roster is dwindling rapidly. (San Jose Hockey Now)
ICYMI during this beautiful weekend in Boston, the Vancouver Canucks finally locked up Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson on Friday. (Vancouver Hockey Now)
It’s refreshing when a coach or player actually admits that contract negotiations during the season can be a distraction. That’s what Toronto Maple Leafs did regarding his new contract extension he signed this past week. (TSN)
It’s time for Montreal Canadiens hopeful Ryan Poehling to elevate his game and become a regular, writes FOBHN Eric Engels. (Sportsnet)