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Daily Buzz: October 30, 2013

Daily Buzz: October 30, 2013

Today on Bruins Daily

Your’s truly and Erika Leigh film the Halloween edition of Bruins Daily TV at Studio 73 at Suffolk University. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for pics and more updates from today’s show.

And of course, we’ll be tweeting updates from tonight’s Bruins-Penguins matchup. We may also provide some Red Sox updates, too.

In case you missed it

Jack Edwards’ call of David Krejci’s game-winner against the San Jose Sharks earned “Jack Edwards call of the week” honors.

Know the enemy

In case you haven’t heard, the Pittsburgh Penguins are looking for revenge on the Black and Gold after being swept in the Eastern Conference Finals just a few short months ago. Outside of Jarome Iginla’s departurem the addition of Chuck Kobasew and the emergence of Olli Maatta, the Pens roster mostly remains the same. Moreover, goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury is finding his groove again thanks to the arrival of assistant coach and former Canadiens and Senators bench boss, Jacques Martin.

At 8-4-0, the Pens sit atop the new-look Metropolitan Division. They are also the only team in the division with a winning record. Will Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and company get their revenge against the defending Eastern Conference Champions? Stay tuned.

Bruins linkage

The Red Sox were up against the Bruins during the Stanley Cup, and now its the B’s turn to take a backseat to the Sox in the World Series. (Mark Wallace Graham/The Hockey Writers)

Iginla reflects on his brief tenure with the Pittsburgh Penguins. (Joe Haggerty/CSNNE)

Early season struggles aren’t anything new for Brad Marchand. (Wayne Whittaker/Cup of Chowder)

League linkage

While the mainstream media/bloggosphere debate is tiresome to your’s truly, Adam Proteau is dead on with his assessment on how the hockey journalism world includes bloggers. (The Hockey News)

Andrew Ference and the Edmonton Oilers are saying the ‘right things’ but still find themselves on the wrong end of the scoreboard. (Pro Hockey Talk)

Former Bruin Tyler Seguin got photobomed by Dallas teammate Ray Whitney prior to last night’s game against the Montreal Canadiens. (NHL.com)

Bruins projected lineup

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

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

Tuukka Rask
Chad Johnson

Penguins projected lineup

Chris Kunitz-Sidney Crosby-Pascal Dupuis
Jussi Jokinen-Evgeni Malkin-Matt D’Agostini
Tanner Glass-Brandon Sutter-Chuck Kobasew
Dustin Jeffrey-Joe Vitale-Craig Adams

Brooks Orpik-Paul Martin
Matt Niskanen-Kris Letang
Olli Maatta-Robert Bortuzzo

Marc-Andre Fleury
Jeff Zatkoff

Tweets of interest

Fluto Shinzawa has a prediction for tonight’s game:

Be sure to get your tickets for the Frosted Fall (Friday, November 8 at the Cask ‘N Flagon) if you haven’t already!

For something completely different

Proving that 2013 is still the year of the bear, this fella decided to stroll through the Los Angeles area before the LAPD took care of business.

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