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The emergence of rookie forward Oskar Steen has made Karson Kuhlman expendable to the Boston Bruins.

Could Patrice Bergeron’s agent become the next general manager of the Montreal Canadiens?

Antoine Roussel found out that Cale Makar can hit hard too!

That and more in the latest BHN Puck Links:

Boston Bruins

Thanks to the emergence of rookie forward Oskar Steen, the Boston Bruins waived forward Karson Kuhlman on Sunday. (Boston Hockey Now)

After a successful 2021 NHL Entry Draft, where does the prospect pool for the Boston Bruins rank amongst the 32 NHL clubs? (The Athletic)

Don’t forget that tomorrow, Willie O’Ree’s No. 22 will take its spot in the TD Garden rafters prior to the Boston Bruins hosting the Carolina Hurricanes. (Bruins)

National Hockey Now

The Montreal Canadiens could have a new general manager this week and it could be Boston-based NHL agent Kent Hughes. Hughes represents Quebec-born players such as Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron and Kris Letang. (Montreal Hockey Now)

If the New York Islanders want to gain serious ground in the standings, they will need to stop playing mediocre hockey. (NYI Hockey Now)

Dmitry Orlov and Carl Hagelin returned from COVID protocol but the Washington Capitals fell 4-2 to the Vancouver Canucks. (Washington Hockey Now)

Could Louis Domingue be the new backup goalie for the Pittsburgh Penguins? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Detroit Red Wings head coach Jeff Blasshill has shuffled the deck up front and it’s paying off. (Detroit Hockey Now)

The Vancouver Canucks are headed to Nashville after a gutsy 4-2 win in Washington. (Vancouver Hockey Now)

NHL

NHL teams are awaiting word on whether or not Evander Kane will be suspended by the NHL again. (Sportsnet)

What did Norris Trophy favorite and Colorado Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar say to Arizona Coyotes pest Antoine Roussel after he drilled him with a beautiful and clean hit?

 

 

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