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Daily Buzz: December 4, 2013

Daily Buzz: December 4, 2013

Today on Bruins Daily

It’s Wednesday, so you know what the means. Be sure to check back in later on for the latest edition of Bruins Daily TV featuring Tim Rosenthal and Erika Leigh live from Studio 73 at Suffolk Univeristy!

In case you missed it

As always the “Jack Edwards Call of the Week” is a cant miss. Check out which awesome Jack Edwards call made the cut this week!

Did you miss out on Chris Chirichiello’s Player of the Week? Don’t worry, because “Every little thing is going to be alright”

Bruins linkage

Jesse Connolly of the New England Hockey Journal gives you his six best active former Bruins.

On Chara and Lucic knowing when to fight (Mike Miccoli, The Hockey Writers)

ESPN Boston’s Joe McDonald touches on the beginning of a new chapter in the Bruins/Habs storied rivalry.

League linkage

“King” Henrik has a new deal as Lundqvist and the Rangers have come to terms on a contract extension (Pat Leonard/New York Daily News)

Old pal Alex Burrows won’t be in the lineup next week when the Bruins travel to Vancouver, that bites! (Doug Harrison/CBC Sports)

Steven Stamkos is targeting a February 6th return, crazy eh? (James O, Brien/ NBC Sports)

Tweets of interest

Adam McQuaid won’t be making the trip to Montreal for Thursday’s contest.

Here is the secret behind the Krug/Seidenberg fist bumps as seen on Behind The B.

Stat of the Day

9- The amount of points Reilly Smith had in 37 games with the Dallas Stars last season. Smith sits third on the Bruins in points with 17.

For something completely different

Ron Burgundy visited the lucky students of Emerson College this afternoon.

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