Seguin feeling fine after hand surgery


Seguin feeling fine after hand surgery

Tyler Seguin had surgery done to repair a tendon in his left hand soon after the Bruins season ended. He returned to Boston recently to have stitches removed, and told that his recovery process would take 10 weeks since the surgery was performed.

Some highlights from the interview (which you can watch in its entirety below):

Seguin said he's looking to improve his "man strength." If he develops his core this summer, he feels it will help him battle for pucks in the corners when he takes the ice for the 2012-13 season.

You thought the Bruins getting bounced put you in a funk? Seguin says he still has a hard time even watching hockey on TV since losing in the first round to the Capitals.

Tuesday, Sept. 27: Jumbo Joe energizes Team Canada


Tuesday, Sept. 27: Jumbo Joe energizes Team Canada

Here are the links from around the hockey world, and what I’m reading, while wondering exactly what “semi-exact” means.

*FOH (Friend of Haggs) Josh Cooper has a piece on Jumbo Joe Thornton bringing an ageless energy to Team Canada.

*If you’re wondering where former B’s farmhand goaltender Jeremy Smith ended up, he’s now with the Colorado Avalanche.

*The Hockey News believes that the Bruins will be back in the playoffs this season after a two-year absence.

*While I appreciate the Hockey News linking to my work, I feel like it’s a key piece of info that I’m the Bruins Insider for CSN New England and not NESN.

*Is Team Europe coach Ralph Krueger the man with the plan to defeat a Team Canada juggernaut in the World Cup of Hockey.

*Dustin Byfuglien had an interesting take on the World Cup after flaming out with Team USA: “It is what it is. I didn’t really enjoy it.”

*For something completely different: this is not your father’s Converse, but it’s a sleek look that the kids are gonna love.