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Bruins Daily: DeBrusk Injury; Vesey Signs; Canada Beats USA

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The Boston Bruins got some tough injury news on Wednesday.

That, the latest NHL news and NHL trade rumors in your Boston Hockey Now Bruins Daily:

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After playing the hero in the 2023 Winter Classic on Monday, Boston Bruins winger Jake DeBrusk will miss at least three games with what many are reporting to be a broken fibula.

Speaking of the Winter Classic, two fighter jets that did a low flyover on Fenway Park prior to the Boston Bruins beating the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1, left local residents stunned and worried.

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PGH: Speaking of the Pittsburgh Penguins, they are in Las Vegas and hoping they don’t roll a six-game winless streak against the Vegas Golden Knights tonight. They’ll be up against it without goalie Tristan Jarry, who was injured in the Winter Classic on Monday.

PHI: Philadelphia Flyers prospect and USA Hockey forward Cutter Gauthier lost to Hockey Canada 6-2 in the semifinals of the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships.

NYI: There is definitely a goalies fraternity within the New York Islanders organization.

WSH: While the Alexander Ovechkin goal party was always going on, the 2022-23 season for the Washington Capitals season took a bit to get going in the right direction. What helped spark the recent turnaround?

DET: 31 NHL teams passed on Detroit Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana who was placed on waivers on Tuesday.

COL: Can defenseman Andreas Englund earn a spot in the Colorado Avalanche lineup as he fills in for former Northeastern University star rearguard Josh Manson?

VGK: Both Jack Eichel (lower-body) and Paul Cotter (upper-body), are expected to be back in the lineup on Thursday when the Vegas Golden Knights host the Penguins.

LAK: Who are the biggest surprises for the Los Angeles Kings as they approach the halfway point of their season?

SJS: San Jose Sharks defensive prospect, Ryan Merkley, has officially asked for a trade from the club that drafted him 21st overall at the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.

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MTL: Could the Montreal Canadiens send the top overall pick from the 2022 NHL Entry Draft to the AHL?

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Good to see former Harvard star forward Jimmy Vesey finally latch on with the New York Rangers on a new two-year contract extension.

 

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