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• Should the Bruins use load management for some of their veteran players? (Stanley Cup of Chowder)
• Now that the Bruins have signed Chris Wagner and Charlie Coyle, what’s left for Torey Krug? (NBC Sports Boston)
• Ilya Samsonov is still adapting to the NHL both on and off the ice. (Washington Post)
• Things could be changing for Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen and that might be a good thing. (Toronto Star)
• Thomas Greiss has been really good for the New York Islanders. (Lighthouse Hockey)
• John Marino has been an important part of the Penguins’ success. (Pensburgh)
• How can coaches be successful in today’s game? (The Hockey News)
• Check out the latest edition of ESPN’s superstar roundtable. (ESPN)
• Blake Wheeler‘s role has changed, but the Winnipeg Jets are starting to get positive results. (TSN)
• Auston Matthews and Jack Eichel are thankful that Don Granato is back behind the bench after a health scare. (NHL)
• The Oilers are in a playoff spot right now, but they have a lot of work to do between now and April. (Sportsnet)
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