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The Key Notes, Analytics, from Boston's Preseason Game vs Philly

Finally, hockey season has arrived. The Boston Bruins travel to Philadelphia, to play game one of preseason. The Bruins lineup is highlighted by free agent signees Vinni Lettieri and A.J. Greer, while Philly includes the likes of Cam York and Wade Allison. Lines: Forwards: John Beecher, Jake DeBrusk, Nick Foligno, A.J. Greer, Joona Koppanen, Jakub Lauko, Vinni Lettieri, Fabian Lysell, Tomas Nosek, Oskar Steen, Jack Studnicka, Eduards Tralmaks, Chris Wagner Defensemen: Jack Ahcan, Connor Carrick, Josiah Didier, Dan Renouf, Kai Wissman, Nick Wolff, Jakub Zboril Goaltenders: Kyle Keyser, Keith Kinkaid Pre-Game Notes : Edward Tralmaks was scheduled to travel to Philly, but was pulled from the travelling squad after suffering a lower-body injury during morning skate Bruins name Keith Kinkaid as starter PP1: Lysell/Beecher/DeBrusk/Foligno/Zboril PP2: Ahcan/Steen/Studnicka/Lettieri/Nosek 1st Period Notes : A lot of scoring opportunities (2 open nets, 1 post) Notable improvement and confidence

An Introduction All About Boston Bruins Forward Chris Wagner

Chris Wagner or Wags, is a gritty 4th line veteran of the Boston Bruins.  Wagner started his semi-pro hockey career with the South Shore Kings of the EJHL (Eastern Junior Hockey League). He played 82 games with the club and scored a total of 117 points. Wagner would earn the right to hear his name called at the 2010 NHL entry draft. The Anaheim Ducks would draft him in the 5th round, 122nd overall. The 18-year-old would then commit to Colgate University. He would play two seasons in the ECAC (division 1). In 79 games, Wagner tallied 70 points. The 12/13 season saw a change of scenery for the young prospect. Wagner would play for the Norfolk Admirals of the AHL. He spent three seasons with the club before being called up to the Ducks. Wags played a total of 26 games before being placed on waivers. The Colorado Avalanche would scoop him up. Wagner had a 26 game stint with the Avs. Before being placed on waivers again. And guess what? Wagner saw himself heading back to Anaheim! Wagner was