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Boston @ Ottawa Game Thread: Hi Chris Kelly!

Tonight the Bruins are in Ottawa for the first match of the season against the Senators. The Sens are coming off a 4-3 win over that gross team from Montreal while the Bruins are looking to rebound from their loss against St. Louis. Chara is day to day with a lower body injury. Julien has said he is doubtful Zee will play the next couple of games.

But it’s not all bad news, Pasta is returning┬áto the lineup after missing the last two games due to injury. Kevan Miller is also close to a return, having been recently cleared to play. Claude said he is a gametime decision.

We also get to say hi to old friend, Chris Kelly.

Probable Lines:
Marchand – Bergeron – Pastrnak
Beleskey – Krejci – Backes
Spooner – Nash – Czarnik
Schaller – Moore – Kuraly – Hayes

Krug – McQuaid
Liles – Carlo
Morrow – One of the Millers

Rask

Dzingel-Turris-Pyatt
Smith-Pageau-Stone
Hoffman-Brassard-Kelly
McCormick-Lazar-Neil

Methot-Karlsson
Phaneuf-Ceci
Borowiecki-Wideman (Chris, not Dennis)

Anderson

I hope you all have had a great Thanksgiving and had fun eating all the food. Now it’s time to loosen our belt buckles and watch some hockey!

Morning Free Association: Happy Thanksgiving!

Today is the day where Americans do their favorite thing: gorge themselves on massive amounts of food. But it is also a day where we talk about things we are thankful for. So, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, here are a few things I am thankful for:

Bergeron
Marchand
Pastrnak
Carlo
Backes
Moore
Rask
The Bruins Front Office for making Khudobin a Bruin again

And I’m also thankful for this great little community we have here. Many of us have had the chance to hang out outside the internets and it’s always a good time. So thank you all for being you and for making me laugh. It’s a blast watching hockey with all of you.

If you’re not in full on food coma, be sure to join us tonight for Bruins vs. Tootsies.

And if today is just a normal Thursday for you, Happy Thursday!

What are you thankful for?

Morning Free Association: Singing the Blues

Last night the Bruins took on the St. Louis Blues and, despite a good first period, ended up losing to the Blues 4-2. David Freakin’ Backes got the Bruins on the board first with a goal in the first period that was also the Bruins 20,000th goal.

Then the next period happened.
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