BOSTON -- First, the most important outcome of the Adam McQuaidBobby Robins scrap in the third period: McQuaid is okay after getting into his first hockey scuffle since a concussion and blood clot
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli indicated that Adam McQuaid should be a go for Saturday nights opener against the New York Rangers.
If the NHL season had started on time it wouldnt have mattered for Adam McQuaid.
PROVIDENCE -- Here are five thoughts from the first period of the Providence Bruins-Adirondack Phantoms game, where the P-Bruins lead by a 1-0 score at the Dunkin' Donuts Center.
Steve Burton should have been right. He was right about Phil Kessel having testicular cancer.