Jonas Gustavsson

#50 G / Boston Bruins / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 192 lb Age: 31 College: None

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Backstops 4-2 win Thursday

      Gustavsson stopped 24 of 26 shots in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Wild. In the process, Gustavsson lifted his record to 4-1-0 over his first five games with the Bruins, to go along with a 2.20 GAA and .914 save percentage. While Tuukka Rask remains entrenched as the team's top goalie, Gustavsson's solid effort to date, provides the Bruins' organization with some valuable stability in their No. 2 goaltending slot, while promising youngsters Malcolm Subban and Zane McIntyre gain valuable pro experience at the AHL level.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Starting in goal Thursday

      Gustavsson will be starting between the pipes against the Wild on Thursday evening, Mike Loftus of the Patriot Ledger reports. Though he has not garnered many starts backing up Tuukka Rask this season, Gustavsson has played decently, posting a .912 save percentage and 2.25 GAA through four starts. Playing against Minnesota will present him with a challenge, as they have been scoring an average of three goals per game through 17 contests, tied for fifth best in the league.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Starting in goal Saturday against Habs

      Gustavsson will be sent between the pipes as Saturday's starter against the Canadiens, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse reports. Montreal is currently atop the NHL standings, so this is obviously going to be a tough test for Gustavsson, but "The Monster" has lived up to his moniker, winning all three of his October starts and turning away 64 of 70 shots over that span. Boston versus Montreal figures to be one of the most exciting games on the Saturday slate.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Three starts = three wins

      Gustavsson made 21 saves in a 3-1 win over the Lightning on Saturday night. He only allowed a power-play goal. The Monster has won all three of his starts and has allowed just six goals in those games. He's a solid spot-play activation.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Starting Saturday against Tampa Bay

      Gustavsson will be between the pipes in Saturday's game against the Lightning. Gustavsson has been a bit shaky in the two appearances he has made this season, posting a 2-0-0 record with a 2.50 GAA and .896 save percentage. He draws into a decent matchup Saturday against a Lightning squad that has been mediocre offensively thus far this season, averaging 2.55 goals scored per game.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Will start Friday

      Gustavsson will get the start in net Friday against the Islanders, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports. Tuukka Rask has gotten off to a rocky start this year to the tune of a 4.40 GAA through five contests, so the Bruins will turn to Gustavsson on Friday for his second start. The 30-year-old earned the win, stopping 20 of 22 shots in his Boston debut in his first start but will draw a tough matchup against the Islanders.

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      Bruins' Jonas Gustavsson: Starting Wednesday against Colorado

      Gustavsson will be between the pipes in Wednesday's tilt against the Avalanche, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports. Gustavsson was average in limited action with Detroit last season, posting a 3-3-1 record with a 2.56 GAA and .911 save percentage. With Tuukka struggling at the start of the season, the Bruins will hope Gustavsson can provide the spark they need to secure their first win of the season Wednesday against Colorado. Gustavsson's matchup isn't a favorable one, however, as the Avalanche have already netted ten goals through just two games.

    • Earns top backup job in Beantown

      News: Jonas Gustavsson, who signed a one-year, one-way deal with the Bruins on Sunday, has evidently emerged as the Bruins' top backup goalie behind Tuukka Rask, CSN New England reports.
      Analysis: Jonas Gustavsson provides the Bruins with an experienced backup option at the position, while the Bruins seem likely to send Jeremy Smith to AHL Providence -- assuming he clears waivers. No transaction has been made involving Smith of yet, but one will likely occur in advance of Thursday's season opener against the Jets.
    • Signs one-way deal with Bruins

      News: The Bruins have signed Jonas Gustavsson to a one-year, one-way contract worth $700,000.
      Analysis: While the Bruins have yet to declare either Jonas Gustavsson or Jeremy Smith as their No. 2 goalie behind Tuukka Rask, the fact that Gustavsson's deal is a one-way contract bodes well for his chances. We'll await further clarification on that front, with the team expected to confirm the standing of Smith and Gustavsson in advance of Thursday's season opener against the Jets.
    • Stops 24 of 27 shots Wednesday

      News: Jonas Gustavsson stopped 24 of 27 shots in Wednesday's 3-2 preseason loss to the Rangers, the Boston Herald reports. "He was good tonight," coach Claude Julien said of Gustavsson on Wednesday. "When I look at the first (goal), he had two Rangers right in front of him and it goes through when he can't see much...I thought he played pretty well. We dominated in the shot department, but he had to make some big saves. He was good."
      Analysis: With Tuukka Rask slated to start Friday night's preseason finale, Wednesday's respectable outing probably marked Jonas Gustavsson's last preseason action in advance of roster cut-downs. At this stage, it's between him and Jeremy Smith for the B's No. 2 goalie assignment behind Rask.
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