Morning Skate: Saturday, February 9


Morning Skate: Saturday, February 9

Stephane Robidas leads the way as the Dallas Stars go up early and never looked back in a win on Friday night.

Jason Spezza plans to push his rehab from back surgery as aggressively as possible to get back out on the ice.

All eyes are on Phil Kessel as trade rumors begin to swing with the Toronto Maple Leads goal-scorer.

Kurtis Foster is a living example of why the icing rule should be changed forever in the NHL.

Thomas Vanek heated up to start the year for Buffalo and hasnt slowed down for the Sabres over the first three weeks.

The Minnesota Wild cracked open the vaults for some elite talent in free agency over the summer, and are still experiencing offensive troubles.

Jaromir Jagr has a Facebook page. Here it is youve been looking for excuses to brush up on your Czech, or you can be lazy and just hit the translate button.

Katie Baker takes hockey fans on a tour through the NHL as the league has completed roughly 15 of the entire 48-game regular season schedule.

For something completely different: Pondering the modern day problems of the Grammy Awards and what Mumford and Sons has to do with it.

Beleskey, Spooner and McQuaid highlight Bruins lineup vs. Red Wings


Beleskey, Spooner and McQuaid highlight Bruins lineup vs. Red Wings

The Bruins announced their lineup for the second preseason game on Wednesday night at home against the Detroit Red Wings, and it was slightly more veteran-laden than the youthful Boston group tapped for Monday night’s opening loss to the Blue Jackets.

Matt Beleskey, Ryan Spooner, Adam McQuaid and Dominic Moore lead the grizzled group of Bruins players readying for the exhibition tilt against their Atlantic Division rivals, and 19-year-old Zachary Senyshyn will make his preseason debut after getting fully medically cleared from appendectomy surgery a couple of weeks ago.

The 2015 first round pick has had a bit of a rough summer after bouts with mononucleosis and appendicitis forced him to miss Bruins rookie camp, but Senyshyn has quickly regained his strength and the blazing speed that's his biggest asset as a player. 

Austin Czarnik, Peter Mueller and Sean Kuraly are the only players from the opening night roster that will be in again to show their stuff against the Winged Wheels, and undoubtedly to get another long look from the Bruins coaching staff. Here is the full Black and Gold lineup for Wednesday night’s home date against the Red Wings with the untelevised exhibition game to be streamed on


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.