Hockey News: Bruins, Canadiens Unveil Winter Classic Logos

August is almost here, which means one thing: one more long month until training camps open. Beat the summer heat with some news from around the NHL:

The Bruins and Canadiens unveiled their Winter Classic logos on Wednesday. []

These two teams create a storied rivalry; they should never be broken apart by realignment. [Today’s Slapshot]

Former NHLer Sergei Berezin has found himself in legal trouble in Florida. [Palm Beach Post]

Speaking of the law, Slava Voynov has already reportedly began serving his sentence. [The Score]

It seems only CSN-covered teams are making their way onto national broadcasts. [Defending Big D]

The NHL is still not considering a CapGeek-style feature. [Big Bad Blog]

No CapGeek isn’t stopping Lighthouse Hockey from cutting up the Islanders’ salary numbers. [Lighthouse Hockey]

Marcus Kruger (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)
Marcus Kruger (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

Apparently Marcus Kruger would agree to a short-term deal to help the Hawks’ salary situation. [ESPN]

Rating the Sabres’ and Bruins’ summer so far. [CBS Sports]

Recent Penguins’ moves are graded and analyzed. [Pensburgh]

The 2022 Olympics may be a ways away, but here’s a look at a Kazakhstan city that’s bidding for the Winter Games. [Washington Times]

But if Beijing wins the bid for the Games, it could spell huge success for hockey in China. []