Bruins notebook: Daniel Winnik happy to show B's what he's got
1 month ago - By Boston Herald
Daniel Winnik knows the drill. The well-traveled veteran forward is on his second professional tryout in as many years and he knows jobs in the youth-obsessed NHL have to be hard-won. But Winnik said he's ready to compete against the kids to land a spot with the Bruins, or any NHL team. Last year he had to sing for his supper in Minnesota's training camp before receiving a one-year contract.
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