July 22nd, 2013 by

Daily Links: July 22, 2013

Daily Links: July 22, 2013

Happy summer to all! Here’s a look at what is going on around the NHL in our daily links for July 22, 2013.

We’ll kick today’s links off with former Boston Bruin Jaromir Jagr signing a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils. Jason Brough of Pro Hockey Talk gives you the details of Jagr’s agreement with the Devils.

The Bruins yet again went deep into the playoffs. The Stanley Cup Final as a matter of fact. Will the wear and tear on their bodies affect them in the 2014 season. With the 2013-14 season rapidly approaching. Wayne Whittaker of the Hockey Writers discusses how the Bruins can avoid a Stanley Cup hangover.

As the 2014 Winter Olympics approach, many NHLers will be making the trip to Sochi for the festivities. That list will include a handful of Bruins players. BruinsHockeyNow takes a look at which Bruins may be heading to the Olympics.

The NHL schedule was released last week and fans are already itching for the season to begin. The 2013 season and playoffs gave the fans everything they wanted except an 82 game regular season schedule. In 2014, there will be an 82 game season.Sean Leahy of Puck Daddy takes a look at 10 can’t miss dates of the 2013-2014 season.

After stepping on the Chicago Blackhawks logo in the Blackhawks dressing room, a big no-no in the world of hockey, it was rumored that the Bruins had roped of their logo in the Bruins dressing room as Justin Bieber took over TD Garden for his show on Saturday, but according to the Bruins, that was not case.

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