Today on Bruins Daily
It’s that time of the week again for Jack Edwards to do his thing. But instead of a call from one of the games last week, we’re going to switch things up a little bit in the Jack Edwards call of the week, just in time for the holiday season. Don’t be a grinch, because you won’t want to miss what we have in store. Stay tuned!
In case you missed it
Here is the last installment of the Jack Edwards Call of the Week from the week before Thanksgiving.
Find out why Shane Victorino’s walk up song “Every little thing is going to be alright” holds true for Patrice Bergeron as Chris Chirichiello names him this week’s Bruins Daily player of the week.
Defenseman Kevan Miller was called up from Providence on an emergency basis yesterday, thus speculating that Adam McQuaid or Dennis Seidenberg might have re-tweaked their injuries. (Amalie Benjamin/Boston.com Bruins Blog)
Tuukka Rask is getting some needed rest before the Bruins’ first matchup of the season against their hated rivals from Montreal. (Joe Haggerty/CSNNE)
The B’s have an impressive 12-3-2 record at home, but their 6-4-0 road mark is a little concerning. They will look to improve their record away from TD Garden in a busy road slate this month that includes a trip to western Canada. (Dan Cagen/Metro West Daily News)
Blackhawks defenseman and potential Norris Trophy candidate Duncan Keith is getting a nice boost in his stock lately. (Scott Powers/ESPN Chicago)
Former NHLer and current NBCSN hockey analyst Jeremy Roenick wants to be the face of a potential NHL expansion team in Seattle. (Greg Wyshynski/Puck Daddy)
Would you rather have Henrik Lundqvists’ hair or his playing ability? Or would you rather spend a night out with Patrick Kane or Tyler Seguin? Those are just a few questions that were asked to Sean Gentile in this week’s edition of “would you rather?” (The Sporting News)
Tweets of interest
Well we now know why Kevan Miller has an ‘a’ in his first name instead of an ‘i’
Kevan Miller in the hizzy. He still has a mustache. The a in his name stands for “a person with a mustache.” #Bruins
— DJ Bean (@DJ_Bean) December 3, 2013
We also know this: the Metropolitan Division is quite atrocious:
Metropolitan Division: Terrible since 2013.
— Ted Starkey (@TedStarkey) December 3, 2013
Stat of the day
137.6 – The decibles recorded at CenturyLink Field during last night’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints, which is now tops for loudest outdoor stadium in the Guinness Book of World Records. Hope you have your earmuffs in tact.
For something completely different
Starting in March or April of 2014, the T will run until 3 a.m. on Saturday’s and Sunday’s according to The Boston Globe. Lets all give the MBTA a nice welcome to the 21st century.