Bruins headlines for October 11

This will be a daily feature with headlines from around the Web about the Boston Bruins, Providence Bruins and the NHL lockout. So don’t worry about missing out during the day while at work or school. Bears of Beantown will catch you up!

Shawn Thorton stopped by Pure Hockey in Medford, MA. — Pure Hockey Youtube

After two days the NHL and NHLPA conclude meetings without any progress. — TSN

Brad Marchand’s agent tells WEEI that he will stay in North America for now. — WEEI

Cody Payne, Bruins prospect, emerging as a great fit for the Bruins. — Examiner

Former Bruins draft pick and P-Bruins player fits in well with Manchester Monarchs. — UnionLeader.com

Boston Bruins Foundation is raffling off a chance for a youth hockey team to be coached by Claude Julien. — CBS Local

Bruins CANCELLED season opener leaves a hole in my hockey soul.  — Boston Sports Then and Now

“Tyler Seguin turned down an offer from the KHL for “close to double” the money he’s making playing for Biel in the Swiss A League, but he doesn’t regret that choice for a minute.” – Joe Haggerty of CSNNE

Patrice Bergeron impresses with four-point night in debut with HC Lugano. — Mass Live

Al Daniel takes a look at the P-Bruins defense and goaltending for the 2012-2013 season. — Bleacher Report

Lockout is a “calculated risk” for NHL owners. — NYTimes

Bruins “scattered” over the world instead of opening the season tonight in Philadelphia. — CSNNE

P-Bruins trim roster for Friday’s opening night; send three to ECHL. — Providence Journal

Kevin McGran tries to explain the “mad rush” to sign players over the summer in light of the lockout. — The Toronto Star

Former Bruins great Rick Middleton to be inducted to Massachusetts Hockey Hall of Fame in November. — CSNNE

A rising star in Tyler Seguin. — Causewaycrowd.com

A guide to the NHL and the six people you meet in lockout hell from Katie Baker. — Grantland

After a lockout, will the players want to market the game? — Yahoo! Sports

“I think it’s not great for the fans, because thanks to them we have our jobs. Now they can not even come to a game. I very much hope that both parties have a fair solution and again hockey is played.” – Tyler Seguin on the lockout

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