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Daily Buzz: November 4, 2013

Daily Buzz: November 4, 2013

Today on Bruins Daily

Chris Chirichiello reveals his latest player of the week. I have a feeling he’ll be going a different route on this.

In case you missed it

We here at Bruins Daily have a couple of events planned. On Tuesday, we’ll be at The Greatest Bar to host a watch party as Tyler Seguin makes his return to the TD Garden as a member of the Dallas Stars. And of course, we’ll end the week with a bang at the third annual Frosted Fall Benefit for the Boston Bruins Foundation at the Cask ‘N Flagon.

Register here for the watch party and you can skip the line and get free pizza Tuesday night at The Greatest Bar.

Click here to purchase Frosted Fall tickets that includes special appearances by Rene Rancourt, Lyndon Byers, Bob Sweeney, the Boston Bruins Ice Girls and Dirty Water TV.

And of course, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news surrounding the watch party and the Frosted Fall.

Bruins linkage

Peter Chiarelli explains why Seguin is no longer a Boston Bruin. (DJ Bean/WEEI)

Carl Soderberg’s first NHL goal in Thursday’s win over the Ducks was a relief for the first-year Swedish forward. (Jesse Connolly/New England Hockey Journal)

After a two-game stint with the big club, Ryan Spooner is heading back to Providence to likely make room for Loui Eriksson’s return to the lineup. (Sarah Connors/Stanley Cup of Chowder)

League linkage

Ray Emery’s lack of suspension could give the league an excuse to put more restrictions on fighting. (Adam Proteau/The Hockey News)

The Rangers’ 1-3-1 power play set is succeeding under new head coach Alain Vigneault. (Blue Seats Blogs)

In their return to Winnipeg, the Jets are giving the city something to cheer for. (Tai Pinchevsky/NHL.com)

Tweets of interest

Brent Burns Chewbacca gets his picture with the Stanley Cup. No word on whether or not the wookiee will be taking Lord Stanley to his home planet of Kashyyyk:

And someone please give Tom Brady a hug…or a high five:

Stat of the day

37 – The percentage of faceoffs that Seguin has won in his first year in Dallas. This includes Sunday’s 1-for-14 performance from the dot against the Ottawa Senators.

There’s a reason why Claude Julien kept Seguin at wing during his three years with the B’s. And there’s a reason why Stars coach Lindy Ruff is telling the former second overall pick to “get mad.

For something completely different…

“The Simpsons” give Marcia Wallace (the voice of Mrs. Krabappel) the proper sendoff in Sunday’s episode.

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