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Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Curtis Lazar

Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Curtis Lazar

The marquee prospect jumps three places in this year's list, ranking seventh in 2014 The Senators and fans were optimistic about Curtis Lazar when the Edmonton Oil Kings forward was drafted 17th overall by Ottawa in 2013. Lauded for his character and smart play, Lazar was seen as a can't miss NHLer whose two-way game would fit nicely on a third or possible second line. Here's what Peter had to say about Lazar last year: Comparisons to Milan Lucic (ahem) are probably a little bit overstated, but Lazar is expected to become an NHL player when the time comes. He's already a very ...
Winging It In Motown Aug 25, 2014
WIIM Summer Photo Caption Contest: Week 10

WIIM Summer Photo Caption Contest: Week 10

4 weeks until hockey Welcome to the final photo caption contest of August 2014. Yes, August is almost behind us, and September is a mere week away, bringing with it hockey! In two and a half weeks, the Prospect Tournament will be underway, one more week after that and Training Camp will be here, and near the end of training camp is pre-season hockey! Last week's photo had several great captions, but The Datsukian One came out on top with the most rec's. I hope to hell that's not Lucic behind me......'cause I wanna have kids some day If it had been Lucic behind Eriksson, at least we...

Eriksson on moving to first line

MIDDLETON, Mass. -- With Jarome Iginla signed in Colorado, there’s a well-publicized vacancy on the Bruins top line at right wing. Earlier this summer, general manager Peter Chiarelli and coach Claude Julien both mentioned Loui Eriksson as a player that could fill that spot. After Iginla signed a three-year, $16 million contract with the Colorado Avalanche at the start of the free-agent period on July 1, it didn’t take long for the Bruins to tab Eriksson as a possible replacement on the top unit, along with center David Krejci and left wing Milan Lucic.
Fresh Links: Kick The Bucket Edition

Fresh Links: Kick The Bucket Edition

Milan Lucic ups the ante, and challenges Dennis Seidenberg... you're up! In Bruins news you can use: Torey Krug used rink ice to complete the Bucket Challenge in support of ALS research... [Bruins.NHL] ... and handed off to Milan Lucic and Matt Bartkowski. Milan Lucic has accepted, and subsequently challenged Dennis Seidenberg. [Bruins.NHL] So the Bruins will not be elected Miss Congeniality.  At least South America has got our six! [CausewayCrowd] Consider the source, and maybe we can all see why. [@BruinsHockeyNow] Adam McQuaid took to the ice along with players and...

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