Today on Bruins Daily
First off, thanks for everyone who came out to support the Boston Bruins Foundation the Frosted Fall last night at the Cask ‘n Flagon. It was another tremendously successful event, so lets do it again next year, eh?
If you have pics, video, instagrams, and other media you want to share from last night, you can do so by tagging #FrostedFall in your tweets, status updated and any other form of social media you’re on. For the time being, here is Rene Rancourt tearing the house down as usual with the Star Spangled Banner – and he even sang part of Russia’s National Anthem:
And of course, there is a game tonight, and we hear the Bruins’ opponent is looking for revenge. We’ll have updates throughout the B’s-Leafs contest on Twitter @BruinsDaily and be sure to share your thoughts tonight using #DailyLive.
In case you missed it:
Your’s truly has three takeaways from Thursday’s 4-1 win over the Florida Panthers on Boston.com.
Speaking of Thursday’s contest, Brad Marchand finally got the monkey off his back with his first goal in over a month, and fellow Bruins Daily colleague Anthony Travalgia explains why this is only the beginning of better things to come for the Marsh-And.
Reliving last year’s comeback
We’ll take a break from our usual “Know the Enemy” portion of the GameDay Daily Buzz to relive this third period comeback from Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. For those keeping track at home this is the reason why Phil Kessel and company are out for revenge.
The Bruins are ready for a motivated Leafs squad. (Joe Haggerty/CSNNE)
Jesse Winchester got a three-game ban for his elbow on Chris Kelly, and the Days of Y’Orr crew had fun comparing Winchester’s elbow to a finishing move from the late ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. (DOY)
In what promises to be a touching moment tonight, Sam Berns from the HBO Documentary “Life According to Sam” will drop the ceremonial first puck on Progeria Awareness night at the TD Garden. (Bruins.com)
How many of your fantasy hockey players are on pace for 100 points? So far eight are on pace to eclipse that mark. (Kevin Roche/The Hockey Writers)
There is something wrong with the Metropolitan Division in the first year of re-alignment. (Sean McIndoe/Grantland)
Lightning coach Jon Cooper took quite the road to get to his dream of being an NHL coach. (Lonnie Herman/NHL.com)
Bruins’ projected lines
Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Jarome Iginla
Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Loui Eriksson
Reilly Smith-Chris Kelly-Carl Soderberg
Daniel Paille-Gregory Campbell-Shawn Thornton
Zdeno Chara-Johnny Boychuk
Dougie Hamilton-Dennis Seidenberg
Torey Krug-Adam McQuaid
Leafs’ projected lines
Joffrey Lupul-James van Riemsdyk-Phil Kessel
Mason Raymond-Nazem Kadri-David Clarkson
Troy Bodie-Jay McClement-Nikolai Kulemin
Frazer McLaren-Jerred Smithson-Morgan Reilly
Carl Gunnarson-Dion Phaneuf
Mark Fraser-Paul Ranger
Cody Franson-Jake Gardiner
Tweets of interest
Tim Thomas returns to the Panthers lineup, and is already coughing up some goals:
Tim Thomas’ first game back going swell. Sens go up 2-0 just 2:04 into the game.
— Jesse Connolly (@JesseNEHJ) November 9, 2013
Add another guy to the “more goals than Claude Giroux” list:
Can’t believe this guy has as many goals as Claude Giroux.. pic.twitter.com/VimqMjXx17
— Wheeling Problems (@wheelingprobs) November 9, 2013
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