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NHL Rumors: Bruins Injuries (Hall, Lysell), Malgin Deserves Roster Spot, Caufield Impresses, Joe Veleno

Yes, we are finally approaching the start of the 2022-23 season, a time when all 32 teams have a chance to win the Stanley Cup. Here are some of the top headlines and notes prior to the NHL season: Injuries cost the Bruins Hall and Lysell.   The Boston Bruins have announced that Taylor Hall will be out week-to-week while 19-year-old Fabian Lysell left yesterday's contest and is out day-to-day. Both players are said to have suffered an upper-body injury and have missed practice today.   At this time, it is unknown if Taylor Hall will be ready to start the season, head coach Jim Montgomery added. Hall played on a line alongside David Krejci and Fabian Lysell yesterday.   The Bruins were thoroughly impressed by the offensive depth they saw throughout training camp, so the injuries should make life easier in the meantime. With Brad Marchand already out until midseason, Montgomery will look to shuffle the lineup.   For Fabian Lysell, the youngster left yesterday's game after

Grading Boston Bruins Players by Season Performance

The Boston Bruins had a disappointing ending to their 2021-22 season. After finishing in the top wildcard spot, Boston was eventually dismantled by the Carolina Hurricanes. Now that all the dust has settled, let's grade the Bruins players season! #63 - Brad Marchand (A) Brad Marchand was once again Boston's leading scorer. The pesky winger put up 32 goals and 48 assists , for 80 points in just 70 games. Marchand had a hot start to the 2021-22 season, poised to break the 100 point margin. Over the course of the season, Marchand's scoring dried up, although he finished with an over a point -per-game average. The one downside to Marchand's game would be the poor discipline he showed. The Halifax native was suspended for six games after getting into an altercation with Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry.  #73 - Charlie McAvoy (A) McAvoy showed substantial growth in his offensive ability and proved to be Boston's quarterback. The former first-round pick recorde