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Dater’s Daily: Boston Bruins Backtrack On Troubled Prospect, Blues Pointing Fingers?



Boston Bruins

A good Monday to all. Yesterday was a tough one for all of us. It’s not going to be the same around the rink with the Avalanche. The NHL news listed below seems trivial at the moment, but life goes on.  Let’s start with a note about the Boston Bruins and a mistake they made:

  • After a massive backlash from just about every corner of society, the Boston Bruins did a 180 on the signing of troubled prospect Mitchell Miller (Boston Hockey Now)
  • In a story by Jeremy Rutherford in The Athletic, he writes that an unnamed “veteran player” of the Blues has had words with Jordan Kyrou about a lack of effort. Kyrou signed an eight-year, $65 million contract and the article also intimates that there is some resentment in the Blues room over it as it pertains to his effort (Athletic)
  • Sidney Crosby sat down with colleague Dave Molinari to talk over some frustration with how things are going in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
  • Are the Golden Knights thinking of trading one of their three goalies? (Vegas Hockey Now)
  • Sheng Peng takes the Sharks to the woodshed after their latest loss (San Jose Hockey Now)
  • Why the Capitals claimed Nicolas Aube-Kubel off waivers (Washington Hockey Now)
  • The Calgary Flames are looking forward to getting out on the road (Calgary Hockey Now)
  • Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin are heating up (Dallas Hockey Now)

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