–Penguins defenseman Kris Letang had his day with the Stanley Cup, and he decided to bring it to a children’s hospital in the Montreal area. —Jordan Eberle may not be a member of the Edmonton Oilers anymore, but that didn’t stop him from having a good time at his wedding with some of his old teammates. Country music star Brett Kissel also made an appearance during Eberle’s big night.
The figures and briefs are in for the Bruins and Ryan Spooner for their arbitration hearing Wednesday, but both sides are still hoping that a deal can be reached prior to it. The Bruins have submitted a one-year contract offer for $2 million. Spooner’s camp countered with $3.85 million, creating a sizeable gap of almost $2 million between the two. Spooner, 25, has averaged 12 goals and 44 points the past two seasons with the B’s, including 35 power-play points while working the half-wall for a Boston PP that’s been ranked seventh overall two seasons in a row. MORE BRUINS What's left out there in free agency for Bruins? Haggerty: Touting Bruins' defense as "strength" of the team is a tad premature
Alexei Bereglazov is believed to have an our-clause in his contract that would allow him to return to Russia rather than going to the AHL. (NY Post) Cap Friendly confirms that existence of the clause in his contract. Larry Brooks writes that the Rangers are "unlikely" to allow that clause to come into play and would likely carry him on the roster. (NY Post) Pavel Buchnevich is believed to have a similar clause in his contract. The Rangers did send Buchnevich down to Hartford last season when the Rangers were on their bye week and he was returning from injury. He was also sent down at the end of February after not playing for a few games. He was called up shortly after. Adam Rotter: The Rangers