Former Bruin Mark Recchi tells the Globe’s Kevin Paul Dupont it’s time for the players to strike a deal and get back to work.
Brett Hull thinks Alex Ovechkin will be the “happiest kid on the planet” with former Bruin and recent Hall of Fame inductee Adam Oates behind the Capitals’ bench.
Speaking of the Hall of Fame, here’s a good, comprehensive piece on the four newest members, as Oates, Joe Sakic, Mats Sundin and Pavel Bure were officially enshrined last night.
How good has Curtis McElhinney been for the Springfield Falcons this season? He’s the No. 1 reason his team owns the best record in the AHL and is closing in on setting a new team record for shutouts in a single season with, like, 70 games still left to play.
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Be sure to check out Mike Zhe’s latest Division 3 Journal, which features Western New England this week.
Powered by two goals and two assists from Anson Carter, the Bruins defeated the Rangers by a score of 5-2 on this day back in 1999. P.J. Axelsson, Sergei Samsonov and Jonathan Girard picked up the other tallies for Boston.
I guess it turns out that this whole Elmo/perverted puppeteer thing isn’t the first controversy Sesame Street has endured.