Is no news good news on the future of Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron?
If the Boston Bruins center does decide to come back and play another season, will he too start the season on the injury shelf?
That and more in your BHN Bruins Daily:
Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron won the Selke Trophy for a NHL record fifth time on Sunday, but the only other news from the Bruins center was that he had surgery to repair a tendon in his right elbow. As for his career plans, its status quo as he still tries to figure out if he’ll retire or not.
With no Charlie McAvoy and Brad Marchand out for the first two months of the season, there appears to be some tough times ahead for the Boston Bruins to start the 2022-23 season.
National Hockey Now
PGH: Can the current edition of the Pittsburgh Penguins really win a Stanley Cup?
PHI: After the NHL Combine, will the Philadelphia Flyers now pick dynamic center Matt Savoie with the fifth overall pick at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft?
WSH: What are the four factors that will determine the offseason path for the Washington Capitals?
FLA: How does young sensation Mason Marchment fit into the plans for the Florida Panthers going forward?
DET: Don’t expect the Detroit Red Wings to welcome Wings great Sergei Fedorov back into the fold as head coach.
COL: Forward Andrei Burakovsky and goalie Darcy Kuemper looked solid in an optional practice on Sunday.
VGK: What will be the role going forward for Keegan Kolesar with the Vegas Golden Knights?
SJS: What’s up with the contract negotiations between the San Jose Sharks and defenseman Mario Ferraro?
Canada Hockey Now
MTL: Could the Montreal Canadiens be interested in either center Dylan Strome or Pavel Zacha if they became unrestricted free agents?
CLG: Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm was a distant runner-up to Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron in Selke Trophy voting.
VAN: With the NHL Draft a month from Tuesday, are the Vancouver Canucks positioning themselves to move up with a trade?
Ondrej Palat’s goal with 42 seconds left in regulation of Game 3 gave the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 win and cut the New York Rangers’ series lead to 2-1.
In another example of how tone deaf the NHL Department of Player Safety is, Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane only got a one-game suspension for a hit that could’ve paralyzed Colorado Avalanche center Nazem Kadri in Game 3.
ICYMI the dirty play by Kane: