The Daily Buzz is a column devoted to the best Boston Bruins and NHL news and links around the world wide web. With that, here is the best that the internet has to offer for October 8, 2013.
Today on Bruins Daily
Fellow colleague Anthony Travalgia will break down the Bruins’ success on special teams during the first two games.
In case you missed it
The debut edition of Daily Buzz was published yesterday.
Chris Chirichiello says hold off on putting Carl Soderberg in the lineup for the time being, because the third line is clicking nicely.
After playing for four different teams, Dennis Seidenberg has found a nice fit in Boston (Joe McDonald/ESPN Boston).
The Bruins fourth line is hungry for more success (Stephen Harris/Boston Herald).
Your 2013-14 Providence Bruins (Stanley Cup of Chowder).
Former Bruins Jaromir Jagr and Andrew Ference scored their first of the season last night for the New Jersey Devils and Edmonton Oilers, respectively (NHL.com recap)
Jonathan Quick allowed a fluky goal in the Kings’ 3-2 loss to the Rangers last night, and he tried to stay composed when asked about the game-winner afterwards (LA Kings Insider).
Why there’s new hope for the proposed GTA Centre in Markham, Ontario (a suburb of Toronto) after Monday’s committee meeting (The Hockey News).
Tweets of interest
Carl Soderberg is back on the ice for the second straight day:
Carl Söderberg skating with Strength & Conditioning Coach John Whitesides this morning ^CS pic.twitter.com/Nym1rPs17L
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) October 8, 2013
Congratulations to USA Today’s Kevin Allen, for being named this year’s recipient of the Lester Patrick Award:
Proud to announce that @ByKevinAllen has been named the recipient of 2013 Lester Patrick Award, for outstanding service to hockey in U.S.
— PHWA (@ThePHWA) October 8, 2013
Stat of the day
8-0-0: Tim Thomas’ all-time record against the Flyers in Philadelphia (to go along with a 1.86 GAA and .947 SV%). His current team, the Florida Panthers, travel to Philly tonight in the debut of new Flyers coach Craig Berube.
For something completely different…
After his video game company, 38 Studios, went belly under – and with the ongoing lawsuit from the state of Rhode Island – former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is putting some items from his home in Medfield. Deadspin has a rather, shall we say, unique list of the 11 best things from his home that are for sale.