The Boston Bruins finally seem to be gelling, so is it worth the risk of acquiring a troubled player like San Jose Sharks winger Evander Kane?
Once again, a team the Boston Bruins just played has had a COVID outbreak.
Hockey Canada has announced its World Juniors roster and there are no Boston Bruins prospects on the team.
That and more in the latest Boston Hockey Now Puck Links:
The Boston Bruins finally seem to be forming the chemistry management and coaching preached they were capable of. (BHN)
So with the team finally coming together on and off the ice, would now be the right time to take a gamble on a likely distraction like Sharks winger Evander Kane? (BHN)
And finally, welcome back to Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy who returned to practice Monday morning after being in COVID protocol for a week.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 13, 2021
National Hockey Now
Did the Florida Panthers just lose to the Colorado Avalanche in a preview of the Stanley Cup Final? (Florida Hockey Now)
The present has already brightened up for the Detroit Red Wings this season and the future is even brighter. (Detroit Hockey Now)
Adrian Dater grades the Avalanche performance from that 3-2 win over the Panthers. (Colorado Hockey Now)
Congrats to San Jose Sharks goalie James Reimer on playing and winning his 400th career game. (San Jose Hockey Now)
Bruce Boudreau is off to the best start ever for a Vancouver Canucks head coach. (Vancouver Hockey Now).
Speaking of the Canucks, I just wagered $25 to win $3775 on them to win the Stanley Cup. Why? Because. …
Are the Montreal Canadiens botching the development of Cole Caufield? (Montreal Hockey Now)
For the third time this season, a team that just played the Boston Bruins is experiencing a COVID outbreak. This time it’s the Calgary Flames and on Monday morning, the NHL postponed their game Monday in Chicago and two more games this week. (NHL)
With all these COVID outbreaks and the Chinese quarantine rules that could keep NHL Olympians stuck in China for weeks after the Beijing Olympics conclude, more players are starting to wonder if they should go to the Olympics? (TSN)
Hockey Canada revealed their World Juniors roster Monday and there were no Boston Bruins on it. (Sportsnet)