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Bruins Daily: Pasta Trade Rumors ‘Bogus’; Too Many Avalanche?



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A ‘bogus’ NHL trade rumor involving David Pastrnak and the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday got shot down fast.

Should the Colorado Avalanche have been called for a high stick and/or too many men on the ice before Nazem Kadri scored the overtime winner to give them a 3-1 series lead over the Tampa Bay Lightning?

That and more in your BHN Bruins Daily:

Boston Bruins

Apparently we better be ready for ‘bogus’ NHL trade rumors surrounding Boston Bruins winger David Pastrnak. Despite his agent throwing water on the trade chatter surrounding his client, the silly season has begun and he’s apparently going to the New Jersey Devils for the second overall pick. LOL!

National Hockey Now

PGH: Congrats to our main man in Pitt and for National Hockey Now, Dan Kingerski, on his new Pittsburgh Sports ventures and!

PHI: After hiring John Tortorella as their new head coach, could the Philadelphia Flyers enter the NHL trade sweepstakes for Chicago Blackhawks winger Alex DeBrincat?

WSH: Will veteran defenseman Justin Schultz be back with the Washington Capitals next season?

DET: Could the Moritz Seider-Lucas Raymond tandem for the Detroit Red Wings be like the old Allan Trammell-Lou Whitaker duo was for the Detroit Tigers.



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FLA: Can Paul Maurice get the Florida Panthers over the playoff hump?

COL: The Colorado Avalanche are one win away from their first Stanley Cup since 2001 and their third in franchise history thanks to a Nazem Kadri overtime goal in Game 4. Were there too many men on the ice when Kadri sealed the 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning? Maybe but I’ll echo what an NHL assistant coach told me after Jon Cooper cried a river all the way back to Denver.


Canada Hockey Now

MTL: Certain media in Montreal can keep building their ‘Canadiens are leaning towards Juraj Slafkovsky’ over Shane Wright all they want, but reality paints a different picture.

VAN: Could the Vancouver Canucks and Pittsburgh Penguins hook up on the NHL trade market in a trade that sends J.T. Miller to the Penguins?


The Chicago Blackhawks have promoted Meghan Hunter to assistant general manger among several front office moves, making her the third woman to currently hold that position and fourth in NHL history.
Does Calgary Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau want to stay in Calgary or head home to the east coast?

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Rick W Murray

If Sweeney ever did that the fans outrage would be almost equivalent to the Orr trade. Sweeney would be forced to leave Beantown on a Fast train.

B's Fan For Life

What Orr trade? Bobby Orr wasn’t traded, his agent coerced him to leave as a free agent. Eagleson never reveled the true details of what the Bruins contract offer was. I love the way all of the “know it alls” want to dump all over Neely and Sweeney for firing Cassidy when they only know what they want to know. Many times during the season the Bruins looked unprepared, out played and out coached. Calling out his players in the media was Cassidy’s downfall. He got the job because it was believed he was better suited to the younger generation.… Read more »

david marrs

Been a B’s fan since the Orr days. The problem wasn’t with Cassidy. He can only work with the product given to him

We all know Sweeney had a horrible draft in 2015, and cant evaluate players. Hence, We see over the hill free agents. Worse thing is, He gave up draft choices in trades for old players that were on the downward portion of their career.

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