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The Boston Bruins prospect squad dropped a 6-4 decision to the Pittsburgh Penguins in their second game of the Prospects Challenge in Buffalo.

That, more Boston Bruins and NHL news, as well as NHL trade rumors in the latest BHN Bruins Daily:

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Is Boston Bruins winger Taylor Hall primed for a huge season with David Krejci back in the fold and David Pastrnak liking riding the flanks with Hall again?

National Hockey Now

NYI: Our man on the Island, Stefen Rosner, got a one-on-one interview with New York Islanders blue line prospect Isaiah George.

PGH: Here’s some game reaction – from the Pittsburgh Penguins side – to the 6-4 loss to the Penguins for the Boston Bruins prospects at the rookie challenge in Buffalo.

PHI: After offseason groin surgery, Philadelphia Flyers goalie prospect Samuel Ersson is poised to take advantage of a clear path to the NHL.

WSH: Sammi Silber gives an update on Washington Capitals rookie camp.

FLA: What should be expected from forward Sam Reinhart in his second full season with the Florida Panthers?

DET: Six-foot-8, 249-pound defenseman Elmer Soderbolm is standing out literally and figuratively at Detroit Red Wings rookie camp.

COL: New Colorado Avalanche goalie Alexandar Georgiev’s new mask looks more like a Avalanche and Los Angeles Kings mask combined into one if you ask me.

VGK: How are the Vegas Golden Knights prospects looking so far in their prospects tournament?

SJS: San Jose Sharks forward William Eklund kicked off the rookie tournament in dazzling fashion with a thrilling overtime winner.

Canada Hockey Now

MTL: So how did the recent batch of Montreal Canadiens RFA signings affect the process of getting winger Cole Caufield signed to a contract extension?

NHL

As my friend from the Peg, Ken Wiebe pointed out, by removing the C from Blake Wheeler‘s jersey, former Boston Bruins and current Winnipeg Jets head coach Rick Bowness ‘has put his stamp’ on the team.

Toronto Maple Leafs superstar Auston Matthews is staying positive after so many first round exits from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. One of these years the Leafs have to bust through to the second round eh?

 

 

 

 

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