The Bruins have just two games this week. With luck the last of the “flu-like symptoms” will work their way out of the locker room and the Bruins can keep the new win streak alive.  This weeks two games are against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Wendesday’s is a return trip where the Bruins can hope for a second round of cheers for hometown boy Tyler Seguin and maybe an end to his mini-slump. Saturday night they are back in Boston.

Don’t forget the viewing party this Wednesday night.

There’s another one, with a different host on December 6.

Boston Bruins prospects Ryan Spooner and Dougie Hamilton were named to the Canadian World Junior’s Camp roster.

Dougie Hamilton

Hamilton signing autographs during training camp at the Boston Garden 2011

No word on USA selections.

Not officially. Last year's camp roster came out Dec. 7, for reference. RT @ Any world on when the USA will announce it's WJ roster?
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Chris Peters

Jared Knight and Brian Ferlin lead the list of USA born Bruins prospects that might make the list.

The NHL snubbed the Bruins announcing Sidney Crosby, Cory Scheider, and Brian Elliot as it’s three stars of the week. I’m personally impressed that Crosby only got one slot.


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