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Daily Buzz: October 10, 2013

Daily Buzz: October 10, 2013

Photo credit: Jim Davis/Boston Globe Staff

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 – and today’s Bruins Daily publishing schedule – for October 10, 2013.

Today on Bruins Daily

Your’s truly and Anthony Travalgia will be on site for tonight’s game between the Bruins and Avalanche. Chris Chirichello and Dan St. Pierre will weigh in from the comforts of their living room(s).

Be sure to follow Bruins Daily on Twitter for live updates at @BruinsDaily and use #DailyLive to be included in our Twitter feed. Have a picture you want to share? Use #BruinsDaily and we’ll share it on Twitter and Instagram.

Finally, don’t forget to follow the writers’ individual accounts as well at @_TimRosenthal, @A_Travalgia, @DanStPierre9 and @DONCHERRIES

In case you missed it

Here’s another article from your’s truly on some interesting decisions ahead for Peter Chiarelli regarding the Bruins defense.

Also, here’s yesterday’s Daily Buzz.

Know the enemy

The Avalanche are off to their first 3-0 start in franchise history. Patrick Roy seems to be getting quite the buzz in his first year as head coach, especially after being fined $10,000 in his coaching debut. I’m sure the goaltending great will have a lot more up his sleeve during the course of the 82-game season.

Tonight’s intriguing matchup features a battle of third lines. Mile High Sticking says the Avs currently have the best third line in the league with Jamie McGinn, PA Parenteau and rookie hotshot Kyle MacKinnon, but the Bruins’ trio of Chris Kelly, Jordan Caron and Reilly Smith might have something to say about that. Either way, it should be an entertaining matchup.

Bruins linkage

Head coach Claude Julien is keeping an eye on the Red Sox during their playoff run (Joe McDonald, ESPN Boston).

The Bruins are pretty happy about their 2-0 start, but aren’t getting carried away (Joe Haggerty, CSNNE).

League linkage

Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville called last night’s defeat to the Blues “a brutal loss” after Alex Steen scored the game-winner with 21 seconds left in regulation (Chris Kuc/Chicago Tribune).

Former Bruin Brad Stuart earned a three-game suspension for his head shot on Rick Nash in San Jose’s 9-2 win Tuesday night (Sean Leahy/Puck Daddy).

Tonight’s projected lines

Bruins

Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Jarome Iginla
Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Loui Eriksson
Jordan Caron-Chris Kelly-Reilly Smith
Daniel Paille-Gregory Campbell-Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara-Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg-Dougie Hamilton
Torey Krug-Adam McQuaid

Tuukka Rask
Chad Johnson

Avalanche

Gabriel Landeskog-Paul Stastny-Alex Tanguay
Ryan O’Reilly-Matt Duchene-Steve Downie
Jamie McGinn-Nathan McKinnon-PA Parenteau
Cody McLeod-John Mitchell-Patrick Bordeleau

Jan Hejda-Erik Johnson
Tyson Barrie-Nate Guenin
Cory Sarich-Andre Benoit

J-S Giguere
Semyon Varlamov

Tweets of interst

After Roy’s fine, Julien tried to work on getting some distance between the glass with the Avs coach during his downtime:

And cheer’s to the fine folks at Sam Adams for sponsoring this year’s Frosted Fall Benefit for the Boston Bruins Foundation:

For something completely different…

This might be the last straw: the partial government shutdown has hit craft brewers all across America. Hopefully they solve this mess soon, because I want my good tasting beer back!

Disclaimer: Bruins Daily encourages those who are 21 and over to please drink responsibly.

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