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Bits: Hockey past, present, future

The Stanley Cup final resumes tonight with Game 3, where we'll learn whether this is going to be a series or a formality. The Bruins are hardly out of it, but with off days come narratives about whether they "still believe." Of course the other narrative is whether Tim Thomas suddenly has to change the style that's won him a Vezina and had him lead the league with a .930 save percentage this year.

The Bruins haven't even played a home game yet. They lost Game 1 19 seconds before the end of regulation, and Game 2 required overtime. Tonight's a coin-flip, just like the rest. Here's hoping they make it a series and don't give the Canucks an easy path to their first ever Stanley Cup.

Loosely Isles-Related

NHL: Winnipeg, Draft, Etc.

And while we're looking back at history...a video:

The Night the Winnipeg Jets Retired Bobby Hull's #9