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Earlier today the Boston Bruins mentioned the game tonight was going to be streamed, now not so much....
BOSTON - The Bruins have announced the roster for their second preseason game, against the Detroit Red Wings, on Wednesday night at TD Garden at 7 p.m.
You can listen live on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
So this post is just to update you on that and if you wish to discuss the game, maybe you found a stream, feel free to do so.
As far as I know, no radio or TV from the Wings side and Detroit's lineup is below...
from Chris Nichols of SlapShot,
At one point in the discussion, Dreger was asked if there might be a revisiting of the Travis Hamonic-Trouba trade possibility with the New York Islanders.
“It does make some sense, and I’d be shocked if Snow and Cheveldayoff didn’t have that conversation months ago,” said Dreger. “It didn’t seem to come together, obviously, at that point. Whether that was the Islanders’ viewpoint, or whether it just wasn’t a fit from Winnipeg’s view, I can’t be certain of that.
“I know that Cheveldayoff received several offers during the summer. I know that one came from Detroit. I’m told that it involved two of their higher-level forwards, and Holland wasn’t willing or able to stomach that. As much as the Detroit Red Wings need defense, they can’t move out multiple pieces of scoring, otherwise they fill one hole and dig another.
more on Trouba...
from Ansar Khan of Mlive,
Three of the Detroit Red Wings' top young forwards will combine to form their first line tonight in a preseason game against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden (7 p.m. ET, no local TV or radio).
Dylan Larkin will center a unit with Andreas Athanasiou and Anthony Mantha.
"I'm not sure what the lineup looks like for Boston, most likely a lot of American League guys, so (Larkin's line) should go in and be really good if they're the types of players we think they are," coach Jeff Blashill said. "Lots of speed and skill on that line. In the Red and White game (Sunday) they made mistakes that ended up in our net, so they got to eliminate those. But if they create more positives than negatives, that's what you're looking for. So is that more positives in terms of chances for and against or more positives in terms of goals? It's hard to dig your way out of lots of goals, but they're a line that has that kind of talent that can do it."
from Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press,
added 2:52pm, below, watch Blashill with his after skate update and Jared Coreau too...
Ouch, thankfully not a hit from the side.
lines at the skate and for tonight:
defense pairs at skate:
goalies at the skate are Jared Coreau and Jake Paterson
added 11:11am, Khan...
Jared Coreau will play the full game tonight, Blashill said
via Eric Russo of BostonBruins.com,
The Bruins have announced the roster for their second preseason game, against the Detroit Red Wings, on Wednesday night at TD Garden at 7 p.m.
The game will be streamed live on BostonBruins.com. You can also listen live on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
Bruins Roster vs. Detroit 9/28
FORWARDS: Noel Acciari, Matt Beleskey, Anton Blidh, Austin Czarnik, Brian Ferlin, Jesse Gabrielle, Justin Hickman, Sean Kuraly, Dominic Moore, Peter Mueller, Zach Senyshyn, Ryan Spooner.
DEFENSEMEN: Linus Arnesson, Chris Casto, Matt Grzelcyk, Jeremy Lauzon, Adam McQuaid, Colin Miller.
GOALIES: Malcolm Subban, Daniel Vladar.
Note no indication if the stream is restricted or not but hopefully unlike last night's game, this stream works.
from Brendan Savage of Mlive,
The Detroit Red Wings were looking for a goal scorer when they used the 19th overall pick in the 2015 NHL draft on a big Russian forward from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Tuesday night, Evgeny Svechnikov gave the Red Wings a glimpse of what they hope to see sometime in the not-too-distant future.
Svechnikov scored his first goal in a Red Wings uniform during a 4-2 preseason victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Joe Louis Arena....
"He's a guy that shows the flashes of high-end skill and so it was good to see him get the goal," said Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill. "Overall, I thought his game was pretty good. He's strong. He's got to learn to make sure he moves his feet all the time, so he doesn't reach and hold and hook.
"That's an area of his game he's going to have to get better at, but he's strong and has good creativity and great hands, so good for him."
From the Detroit News's Gregg Krupa:
Most played for the great Red Wings teams that won four Stanley Cups in six years during the 1950s. Some, by dint of fate, scarcely missed the opportunity.
They are the 10 oldest Red Wings — Jim Conacher, 95; Steve Wojciechowski, 93; Pete Babando, 91; Ted Lindsay, 90; Red Kelly, 89; Dunc Fisher, 89; Tom McGrattan, 88; Marty Pavelich, 88; Benny Woit, 88; and Ed Sandford, 88.
They are the Wings the parents of the Baby Boom watched and the early Boomers recall from childhood.
Gone are Gordie Howe and Bill Gadsby, who died this year.
In the Hockey Hall of Fame are Lindsay, Kelly and Pavelich, who played on all four Stanley Cup winning squads.
“At that time,” said Pavelich, who has lived in Montana for years, “you had Gordie as a youngster, you had Ted Lindsay as a youngster, you had Red Kelly, you had myself, (Terry) Sawchuk, and you had some of the older guys, Sid Abel and Jack Stewart and Leo Riese. So it was a real mixture. And the chemistry was unbelievable at that time.”
Team Europe lost 3-1 to Canada in the World Cup of Hockey's final, and as such, Europe will have to win the next two games to wrest the World Cup title from Canada.
Tomas Tatar scored Europe's goal, and he had 4 shots, a blocked attempt, a takeaway and a blocked shot in 20:33 played:
Frans Nielsen had some bad luck on the night, finishing at -2 with 2 shots, 6 more attempts (including 5 missed shots), a hit, 2 giveaways, a takeaway and a 4-and-6 faceoff record in 15:15 played;
And Thomas Vanek had 4 shots, a missed attempt, a takeaway and an 0-and-2 faceoff record in 14:00 played.
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