October 22nd, 2013 by

Daily Buzz: October 22, 2013

Daily Buzz: October 22, 2013

Today on Bruins Daily

Your’s truly debuts the Jack Edwards Call of the Week, finally!

In case you missed it

Here is yesterday’s Daily Buzz, also from your’s truly.

Chris Chirichello named Reilly Smith as his player of the week.

Bruins linkage

Our friends at Days of Y’Orr drop their knowledge on Jarome Iginla’s slow start. (DOY)

The depth is showing with the B’s young defensemen. (Joe Haggerty/CSNNE)

Backup goalie Chad Johnson could get his first start tomorrow night in Buffalo. (Stephen Harris/Boston Herald)

League linkage

Meet the newest sensation in the world of hockey: Cherrymetrics. (Greg Wyshynski/Puck Daddy)

Despite being outshot 34-14, the Colorado Avalanche improved 8-1-0 after their win over the Pittsburgh Penguins last night. (Adrian Dater/Denver Post)

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Chris Kunitz answers five questions from Dan Rosen. (NHL.com)

Tweets of interest

Did you know you can now make popcorn with the Stanley Cup? Okay, maybe with a replica Stanley Cup, but it’s still pretty cool:

And our good friend Ted Starkey is snark free today. Cherish this moment while you can:

Stat of the day

0 – The amount of series wins when Boston Mayor Tom Menino makes a gaffe prior to a championship series -for good measure, we included “Varitek splitting the uprights” during the unveiling of the Bobby Orr statue right outside TD Garden. I’m sure that the Red Sox are going to be on edge after Menino mentioned that they try to bring back the “World Series Cup” against the Cardinals.

We’re going to miss you Mumbles. We are going to miss you!

For something completely different…

A pigeon is plotting to attack the Oregon Ducks football team. Okay, maybe we’re going a little too far, but we still think that this is quite creepy.

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