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World Juniors Update: Dec. 28

BostonBruins.com – Bruins prospects had two games on the docket for Friday, December 28, with Canada facing off against Slovakia and the host country Russia playing the U.S.

Team USA is now without a B’s prospect, as defenseman Matt Grzelcyk did not make the final roster.

World Juniors in Sight

BostonBruins.com – The calendar has flipped to December, and while the holidays are drawing near, there is something much more synonymous with the festive month among the hockey community.

Coming up on December 26 (Boxing Day in Canada), 10 countries will vie for gold – and bragging rights – at the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship in Ulfa, Russia.

Did You Know? With Torey Krug

Torey Krug

Bruins fans may still be learning about defenseman Torey Krug on the ice, but when BostonBruins.com visited with TK in his training home of Stamford, CT, he offered insight into his life off the ice as well.

Save of the Summer

LOWELL, MA - Tyler Seguin wasn’t quite sure what he was in for heading to the Lowell Spinners’ “Speed Dating” promotion, hosted by the Class-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday night.

The night was certainly full of memories for Bruins fans in attendance who won the chance to meet the forward through various gameday contests and an online charity auction.

But as Lowell sped to its sixth consecutive win, no one walked away from LeLacheur Park with a more vivid memory than VP of Facilities Dan Beaulieu.

Julien: Love the Organization, Love the City

To a room filled with members of the media, GM Peter Chiarelli professed that the Bruins had no hesitation in signing Coach Julien to the new contract and committing to keeping him behind the bench of a B’s squad that includes the nucleus of the 2011 Cup team.

Julien echoed this sentiment in his own opening statement to the press, making known his commitment to the Bruins and the Hub of Hockey.

“I’m extremely happy to remain here in Boston,” he said. “Love the organization, love the city.”

“When I first came here, my goal was to try and win a Stanley Cup here in Boston. We’ve accomplished that. Now my goal is to win another Cup for this Boston franchise.”

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Motivation in High Gear

BostonBruins.com – For a defenseman who has only been in the pros for two years, the recently re-signed Matt Bartkowski is well traveled – and that’s not just due to the AHL and NHL schedules.

In 2010, after playing two seasons of college hockey as an Ohio State Buckeye, Bartkowski found himself boarding a plane to Prague and Belfast on the Bruins’ preseason trip for the Compuware NHL Premiere. A year later, the defenseman was a Black Ace for the B’s during the 2011 Cup run, getting the chance to hoist Lord Stanley on Vancouver ice.

Full of Beanpotters

The Beanpot

With the Bruins sixth annual Development Camp wrapped up, the prospects take their skills and experiences and begin to gear up for seasons with their respective clubs. But a few camp attendees won’t have to take their talents too far from the B’s home base on Causeway…

Click here to see how the Beanpot rivalry made its way into Development Camp.

B's Prospects Showcase Skills as Camp Concludes

With Development Camp coming to an end on Monday at Ristuccia Arena, the Bruins prospects took advantage of the final scrimmage to showcase their talents and progression, while the B’s staff utilized the opportunity to get one final look before the players parted ways.

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for the full recap from camp.

All in the Details for Bergeron

BostonBruins.com – As alternate captain of the Black & Gold, Patrice Bergeron always leads by example. The 26-year-old may not be the most vocal in the B’s locker room – or around the league – but if you look close enough, the heart beneath the stitched ‘A’ will lead you to the finer details.

It’s no secret that Bergeron has always put his team before any personal accomplishments, and that rings true today, when he attends the NHL Awards as a finalist for his first Franke J. Selke Trophy as the league’s best defensive forward.

"It’s always – especially in hockey – it’s a team sport that you need to rely on all of your teammates," Bergeron said during NHL Awards media day, "and they’re the ones that are helping you on the ice and you try to do the same thing to them.