September 16th, 2011 by

Daily Links: It’s officially hockey season edition.

The Bruins will hit the ice tomorrow for the first time as training camp opens for the veterans

On the day that most NHL teams begin training camp with the dreaded fitness testing, (go and check any current NHL players twitter) let’s take a look at today’s daily links.

Around the Hub:

Former B.U. Terrier David Warsofsky hopes to make some noise in Bruins training camp. (Douglas Flynn/NESN.com)

Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston  Globe has a full report on what went down when the Bruins took their physicals.

Bruins Daily’s own Tim Rosenthal takes a look at five storylines to watch in Bruins training camp.

A look at the rest of the NHL:

The Toronto Maple Leafs and restricted free agent defensemen Luke Schenn agree to a five-year deal. (Adam Kimelman/ NHL.com)

Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette talks about the impact of the Canadians blue-line at the start of camp without top defensemen Andrei Markov being 100%

Unsigned restricted free agent Drew Doughty was a no show to the start of Kings camp today, offically marking the start of his holdout. (Mike Brehm/USA Today)

The Dallas Stars claimed bankruptcy on Thursday, meaning a sale of the Franchise may be coming sooner rather then later. (Boston Herald via Kate Hairopoulos/The Dallas Morning News)

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