Today on Bruins Daily
The Bruins might have a day off before playing their third game in four nights tomorrow when they welcome the St. Louis Blues to TD Garden. But we here at Bruins Daily will keep the ball rolling.
Bruins Daily stats guru Dan St. Pierre will chime in on how the Bruins are faring against the rest of the Eastern Conference, while your’s truly and Erika Leigh film another edition of Bruins Daily TV at Studio 73 at Suffolk University and of course the fourth installment of the Jack Edwards Call of the Week is coming your way tonight.
In case you missed it…
…Or you just want to relive Tuukka Rask stealing the show, your’s truly explains why last night’s 43-save performance is just a small sample of why the 26-year old Finnish goalie should be considered as one of the early favorites for the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player on Boston.com.
It wasn’t all good news from Madison Square Garden as Dennis Seidenberg left the game early in the first period with a lower body injury and left the Bruins’ defense thin with five defensemen last night. That, combined with Adam McQuaid’s injury is putting the once deep blue-line a little shallow for the time being. (Joe McDonald/ESPN Boston)
Hot off the presses, the B’s will host their annual “Slice the Ice” event to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation on December 1. (Bruins.com)
Our friends at Days of Y’Orr turn the attention to the female fan base with a special guest post from Jessica Merighi. (DOY)
Fresh off first star of the week honors, Ben Scrivens is shining in the LA Kings net as he fills in for an injured Jonathan Quick. (Gann Matsuda/Frozen Royalty)
Patrick Roy and the Colorado Avalanche continue to surprise the hockey world after their 5-1 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. (Cheryl Bradley/Mile High Hockey)
Speaking of the Blackhawks, remember that time a fan stole Adam Pardy’s helmet? Well, the Winnipeg Jets sure do, and have come up with quite the response for tomorrow’s contest. (Greg Wyshynski/Puck Daddy)
Tweets of interest
Here is where you can find bookmarks, and lots of them, of every single death in the “Game of Thrones” series:
Every single death in the Game of Thrones series is marked here. File under: proof that George RR Martin is ruthless pic.twitter.com/UxYv3y11H6
— Waterstones Dorking (@WaterstonesDork) November 20, 2013
Okay, back to hockey, and your continued early look at playoff implications in the Metropolitan Division:
Winning the Metro today would draw Detroit (25 points). Second-place? The Rangers (20 points).
— Ted Starkey (@TedStarkey) November 20, 2013
Stat of the day
33 – The Bruins’ record for most consecutive penalties killed. Yes, that streak was snapped last night after Derrick Brassard’s power play goal at 12:31 of the second period, but it’s still worthy of a salute if you ask us.
For something completely different
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is at it again, and Jon Stewart explains why in the only way he can: