July 23rd, 2013 by

Daily Links: July 23, 2013

Daily Links: July 23, 2013

Bruins Daily is back at it with our Daily Links. Here is a look of what is going on around the NHL in our latest version of Daily Links for July 23, 2013.

Team Canada will look familiar to Bruins fans as Claude Julien was named to Team Canada’s coaching staff for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Patrice Bergeron, Milan Lucic and Brad Marchand will be at camp along with Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli who will be a part of Team Canada’s management group.

The defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks have signed Drew LeBlanc, Theo Peckham and Michael Kostka. Scott Powers of ESPNChicago gave fans a little scouting report on the three players. Check out their statistics here.

The NHL agreed on the realignment of divisions beginning in 2014 and Joe Merloni of SB Nation-Stanley Cup of Chowder explains why realignment may be the best option for the NHL.

We gave you the 10 games that you must watch on the 2014 docket for the NHL yesterday, so here are the five games you can afford to miss during the 2014 season via Harrison Mooney of Puck Daddy.

Team USA will look to get back to the Gold Medal Game in Sochi, take a look at their roster invites which includes a few former Bruins.

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