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By now I'm sure you're all aware that the Boston Bruins won the Prince of Wales trophy last night and will represent the Eastern Conference in the Stanley Cup Finals.  For Leaf fans, it has special significance, as Toronto will pick up an additional second round draft choice in the 2012 draft, courtesy of the Tomas Kaberle trade.  I'm not sure how much the Bruins will love that deal over time, but they probably don't care at the moment.  As for the Leafs, it means one more piece they can potentially move this summer or next to help bring in more talent.

Links after the jump...

Saturday links:

A Jets fan's guide to how the NHL has changed since 1996

New DGB

Puck moving 'D' part 1; UFA options

Forget #1 Centers, MLHS wants to talk about PMDs this summer. But Anton Babchuk is a big NO-NO

No joy in Mudville for the courageous Lightning

VLM on last night's game and the story so far

Clark, Imlach, Mahovlich, and more

New updates from Vintage Leafs

First look at Bruins-Canucks matchup

NHL.com has an early preview of the Cup finals

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