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Hockey News A Bruin November 17, 2013


Nov 15, 2013; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg (44) during warmup prior to game against Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

Dennis Seidenberg won’t be facing any supplementary discipline for his accidental head shot on Ottawa Senators’ Bobby Ryan. Bobby Ryan summed up his feelings about the hit, and his feelings towards the big German defenseman.  “It is what it is, I don’t know if it was clean or not, that’s not for me to decide. It just was one of those plays that probably got away from him. He’s not a malicious player by any means so I don’t have any ill will towards him from my end.” (NBC Sports)

Comcast has a breakdown of the hits and misses for the Bruins last game, and while we did lose 4-2 in Ottawa, there were some positive things to be taken out of that mess. Read the whole story here (CSNNE)

Moving forward from the surprise loss against Ottawa, the Associated Press has a quick preview on the upcoming game between our Boston Bruins and the Carolina Hurricanes. (AP)

From The Globe and Mail, a sit down conversation with Gary Bettman himself. They discuss the highs, the lows, and show where the league is now and where they hope to be in the near futute (G&M)

For the moment, there have been no mandates from the league about fighting in hockey. Sports Illustrated feels like that a confrontation between the NHL and the media may lead to a large battle over the future of fighting in hockey. (Sports Illustrated)

John Scott. Now, that you’ve got the swearing out of your system, this is one of the people that needs to be chased out of the NHL. John Scott after staring down a seven game suspension and the open ire of many people in and out of the league. You would think he might learn a lesson or two by now. Oh no, not the last of the super goons in hockey. This time he decided to go after Dion Phaneuf. The guys at Puck Daddy have all of Scott’s words including his shot at Dion, calling him “Princess Phaneuf”. (Puck Daddy)