The Boston Bruins did more roster trimming on Sunday, and are the Buffalo Sabres ready to be a playoff team this season?
That, NHL news, the latest NHL trade rumors, and more in the latest Boston Hockey Now Bruins Daily:
ESPN: Will the Stanley Cup Playoffs finally include the Buffalo Sabres?
Sportsnet: The tributes continue to pour in for Calgary Flames assistant general manager Chris Snow.
TSN: Brandon Sutter has retired after a long battle with Long COVID (yeah, that thing some call a hoax) and a failed professional tryout with the Vancouver Canucks.
Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins made three roster cuts on Sunday, including veteran forward Alex Chiasson.
Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins’ 2023-24 roster is starting to take shape, according to head coach Jim Montgomery.
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Montreal Hockey Now: The Montreal Canadiens made more roster cuts on Sunday, with the most prominent name being 2023 fifth overall pick David Reinbacher.
New Jersey Hockey Now: Could Tyce Thompson, brother of Buffalo Sabres star center Tage Thompson, make the 2023-24 New Jersey Devils roster?
Philly Hockey Now: If he plays tonight, and likely this season, the Boston Bruins will need to worry about Philadelphia Flyers top prospect Bobby Brink.
Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Halifax has rolled out the red carpet of love for their native son and Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby.
Nashville Hockey Now: 21-year-old Luke Evangelista and 22-year-old forward Philip Tomasino made it through the latest roster cuts for the Nashville Predators.
Carolina Hurricanes: 18-year-old Unger Sorum is still standing in training camp for the Carolina Hurricanes.