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  • Daily Buzz: October 23, 2013

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    Daily Buzz: October 23, 2013

    Tim Rosenthal October 23, 2013

    Today on Bruins Daily

    Yes, even with the Red Sox in the World Series, we’ll be providing live tweets from tonight’s Bruins-Sabres matchup. Follow us on @BruinsDaily for updates and be sure to have your voice heard using #DailyLive in your tweets.

    In case you missed it

    Your’s truly debuted the “Jack Edwards call of the week“, our latest weekly piece on Bruins Daily. This ought to be fun throughout the season.

    Know the enemy

    As bad as last year was in Buffalo, where Lindy Ruff was shown the door midway through the lockout-shortened season, things have gotten that much worse for the Blue and Gold just 10 games into the season. Under new coach Ron Rolston, the team is an abysmal 1-8-1 in their first 10 and it looks like things aren’t going to get any better. Both Ryan Miller and Thomas Vanek have been the subject of many trade rumors (including one as recently as this week), while GM Darcy Regier continues to be under scrutiny in Western New York.

    Yet, as part of NBCSN’s “Rivalry Wednesday”, the Sabres get another appearance on national television against the Black and Gold. The last time the B’s were on “Rivalry Wednesday” were against these same Sabres just two days after the Boston Marathon Bombings.

    Despite the slow start, this is very well a trap game for the Bruins as the San Jose Sharks await their arrival for tomorrow’s contest.

    Bruins linkage

    Daniel Paille finds it difficult to watch his former team hit rock bottom. (Joe Haggerty/CSNNE)

    The Days of Y’Orr crew previews today’s matchup the only way they can. (DOY)

    Another reminder that the Bruins shouldn’t keep their eye off the task in hand tonight against Buffalo. (Fluto Shinzawa/Boston.com Bruins Blog)

    League linkage

    Remember former Bruin Phil Kessel? Well in case you don’t, he scored a hat trick in the Leafs’ 4-2 win over the Ducks last night, and Peter Chiarelli was in attendance to see it all at the Air Canada Centre. (NHL.com)

    Why Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard “Pickles” Vlasic is the best defender you never heard of. (The Hockey Writers)

    Corey Crawford got the best of Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau on a penalty shot last night, and it was quite memorable for the Blackhawks goalie. (ESPN Chicago)

    Bruins projected lineup

    Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Jarome Iginla
    Reilly Smith-Patrice Bergeron-Loui Eriksson
    Carl Soderberg-Chris Kelly-Brad Marchand
    Daniel Paille-Gregory Campbell-Shawn Thornton

    Zdeno Chara-Johnny Boychuk
    Dennis Seidenberg-Dougie Hamilton
    Torey Krug-Adam McQuaid

    Chad Johnson
    Tuukka Rask

    Sabres projected lineup

    Thomas Vanek-Cody Hodgson-Drew Stafford
    Marcus Foligno-Tyler Ennis-Steve Ott
    Zemgus Girgensons-Johan Larsson-Brian Flynn
    John Scott-Mikhail Grigorenko-Kevin Porter

    Christian Ehrhoff-Mark Pysyk
    Henrik Tallinder-Tyler Myers
    Nikita Zadorov-Jamie McBain

    Ryan Miller
    Jhonas Enroth

    Tweets of interest

    Haggs thinks that Dunkin Donuts is excited for tonight’s matchup in Buffalo, or are they?

    Here’s a retro ticket from the 1967 World Series, where it only cost $8 for grandstand seats:

    For something completely different…

    In honor of America’s favorite TV news anchor Ron Burgundy, Ben & Jerry’s debuted their newest flavor ‘Scotchy Scotch Scotch‘ to hype the upcoming Anchorman sequel. That said, here is another urgent announcement from the legend himself, so please stop what you’re doing right now:

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    Tim Rosenthal

    Tim Rosenthal serves as the Managing Editor of Bruins Daily. He started contributing videos to the site in 2010 before fully coming on board during the Bruins' Stanley Cup run in 2011. His bylines over the last decade have been featured on Boston.com, FoxSports.com, College Hockey News, Patch and Inside Hockey. You can follow Tim on Twitter @_TimRosenthal.


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