Today on Bruins Daily
Your’s truly reveals the second installment of the Jack Edwards Call of the Week. In case anyone missed it, here is last week’s call.
In case you missed it
After scoring goals in each of his last two games, Jarome Iginla earned Bruins Daily player of the week honors from Chris Chirichiello.
Greg Ezell (Pez) says it’s time for the league to change the delay of game penalty. You know where I stand on this, too. (Days of Y’Orr)
After being swept in the Eastern Conference Finals in June, the Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking for revenge on the Black and Gold tomorrow night. (Joe McDonald/ESPN Boston)
Loui Eriksson stopped by Ristucca Arena yesterday and is making progress after the brutal cheap shot he took from John Scott. The former Dallas Star is day-to-day according to head coach Claude Julien. (Caryn Switaj/Bruins.com)
Stars coach Lindy Ruff topped his former team in his return to Buffalo last night, but Matt Moulson impressed in his Sabres debut. (John Vogl/Buffalo News)
Alex Galchenyuk’s controversial goal with 2:51 left in regulation
helped my fantasy hockey team lifted the Montreal Canadiens to a 2-0 win over the New York Rangers in the “new” Madison Square Garden last night. (George Malik/Kukla’s Korner)
Harrison Mooney has part one of the 50 creepiest hockey logos in history. (Puck Daddy)
Tweets of interest
Times Square is a worldwide attraction, but a hockey rink makes it that much more attractive, doesn’t it?
— Allyson Gronowitz (@AllysonGrono) October 29, 2013
And the Bruins just can’t seem to escape playing on the same date as the Red Sox this October:
Bruins have great luck, will go against the Red Sox 5 of a possible 7 World Series dates.
— Ted Starkey (@TedStarkey) October 29, 2013
(Speaking of the Red Sox)
Stat of the day
.733 – The batting average of David Ortiz in the World Series. That is pretty good last time I checked.
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