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Zdeno Chara, # 33
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5172128740
 
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Chara notched a secondary assist on the power play in Tuesday's 9-2 loss to the Kings.

Chara worked in tandem with Matt Beleskey and goal-scorer Brad Marchand for the game's first tally, only for the wheels to fall off on the B's in the form of seven unanswered goals and nine in all. Due to his team's failure to stop the bleeding from the merciless Kings, Chara ended up with a minus-1 rating for the second consecutive game. Still, the 6-foot-9 blueliner has compiled 28 points in 51 games this season, eight more than he had through 63 matches in 2014-15.

Dennis Seidenberg, # 44
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
37077-418
 
Max Talbot, # 25
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
32246-813
 
Patrice Bergeron, # 37
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53192645732
 
Loui Eriksson, # 21
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53162440106
 
Brad Marchand, # 63
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
482512371168
 
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Marchand netted the game-winning goal over the Sabres on Saturday on a penalty shot in overtime. It extends his current goal streak to three games and four goals, and gives him nine goals in his last nine.

Marchand got the penalty shot after being grabbed by Rasmus Ristolainen, but it was an odd call -- the winger didn't really seem to have much separation from the big defender. But he made good on the penalty shot with a sweet move to his backhand that let him slip the puck inside the right post. Marchand is so hot he's burning holes in every goalie he faces, but don't get too comfortable with the winger. This is a prime time for you to see if you can truly sell high. This pace is unsustainable and you might score large from a fellow owner who's drooling over the boy in black and gold. It's worth a shot.

David Krejci, # 46
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
43122739118
 
Tuukka Rask, # 40
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
4019-16-44.9162.56
 
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Rask was thrashed for five goals on 32 shots in Tuesday night's 9-2 whipping at the hands of the Kings.

After the Kings went up 5-1 following two goals in a 33-second span midway through the second period, Rask got sent to the bench for Jonas Gustavsson, who didn't have it any easier. Both goalies were under constant fire, with the Kings churning out a total of 57 shots on goal, so while Rask certainly didn't play terribly well, it's hard to blame him for the way his team got trucked in this one. The Finnish veteran continues to be dogged by inconsistency, having sandwiched a pair of sparkling outings between four- and five-goal affairs to start the month of February. Boston's going to have to find some help for him on defense -- the Bruins have long been known for playing a pretty tight game in their own end, but Rask's been under constant fire this year. In the last six games alone, he's faced 30-plus shots four times.

Matt Beleskey, # 39
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5181826843
 
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Beleskey picked up five PIM on Tuesday in a 9-2 loss to the Kings. He also connected with Brad Marchand for his 18th assist of the season, albeit with a minus-2 rating in the game.

Beleskey was sent to the box for fighting winger Andy Andreoff, hence the five PIM and lowest amount of ice time (12:46) he's had in the past five games. Remember, this is Beleskey's first year as a Bruin, having secured a five-year deal in free agency following a 22-goal campaign with the Ducks. Beleskey is averaging 15:42 of ice time this season - which is the most he's earned in seven years of NHL service time - but the Bruins haven't needed his services on the power play to the degree that Anaheim did last season. In fact, Beleskey is logging 0:52 on the man advantage, more than a minute less than he had with the Ducks in 2014-15. He's put up eight goals and 18 assists this campaign, reverting to a pass-first brand of hockey.

Zac Rinaldo, # 36
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
44123-568
 
Jonas Gustavsson, # 50
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
169-3-10.9112.58
 
Landon Ferraro, # 29
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
42347-720
 
Ryan Spooner, # 51
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53112738-827
 
Brett Connolly, # 14
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
507916-616
 
Jimmy Hayes, # 11
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
51111223-839
 
Joe Morrow, # 45
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
20123-54
 
Torey Krug, # 47
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5232124227
 
Kevan Miller, # 86
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
4631215634
 
Zach Trotman, # 62
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
31145-220
 
David Pastrnak, # 88
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
225712-110