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Nov 3, 2022 0 0 -1 0
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Oct 22, 2022 0 0 0 1
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Shipped down to minors

    Lauko was demoted to AHL Providence on Monday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports. Lauko has been in and out of the lineup this season, featuring in seven games in which he tallied one goal on seven shots, one assist and 14 hits. With Craig Smith back in the lineup, Lauko became an expendable piece of the lineup. Despite his demotion, Lauko figures to remain atop the list of potential call-ups the rest of the way.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Secures first NHL tally

    Lauko scored a milestone goal during a 6-5 overtime win over the Penguins on Tuesday. Moments after creating his first career marker, Lauko approached Nick Foligno, the teammate who made it happen with his primary assist, a gave him a hug on the bench. Lauko, a new member of the fourth line with Foligno and Tomas Nosek, scored during his sixth career game. He earned his first point, an assist against the Senators, on Oct. 18. The 2018 third-round draft choice added two shots during 9:02 of ice time against the Penguins.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Up with big club

    Lauko was practicing with the Bruins on Monday, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports. Lauko's presence on the 23-man roster was confirmed by the NHL media site, though the team didn't announce an official transaction. The 22-year-old Lauko slotted into a fourth-line role at Monday's session, indicating he will be in the lineup versus Pittsburgh. With David Krejci (upper body) hurt, Lauko and Trent Frederic will likely split the available ice time.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Returned to AHL

    Lauko was returned to AHL Providence on Saturday. Lauko replaced the injured David Krejci (upper body) in the lineup Friday. He had four hits and a blocked shot in 13:06 of action in the Bruins' 4-0 win over Columbus.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Sent down

    Lauko was assigned to AHL Providence on Tuesday. The Bruins activated Brandon Carlo (concussion) from injured reserve in a corresponding move. Lauko has one assist, five shots on goal and six hits in four games with Boston this season. He could be back with the big club at some point this year.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Traveling Monday

    Lauko (lower body) will join the team for Monday's preseason matchup with the Flyers. Even fully fit, Lauko will be hard-pressed to earn a spot on the 23-man roster and figures to spend the bulk of the upcoming 2021-22 campaign playing for AHL Providence. Still, after racking up 19 points in 23 minor-league games last year, the Czech winger could show the team enough in camp to put himself on the shortlist of potential call-ups throughout the season.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Out with lower-body injury

    Lauko will miss Boston's next two preseason games with a lower-body injury but could return against Philadelphia on Monday, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports. Lauko will almost certainly start the year in the minors with AHL Providence but a good showing in training camp could put him on the shortlist of potential call-ups during the year. The Czech winger tallied 19 points in 23 games in the minors last year, plus another 10 points while playing in the Czech league with Karlovy Vary HC.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Starts season in AHL

    Lauko will open the season with AHL Providence, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports. The Bruins loaned the 2018 third-rounder to HC Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) for the start of the 2020-21 season, but the 20 year-old is back in North America to continue his quest to ascend to Boston's roster. Listed at 6-foot, 169 pounds, Lauko will need to demonstrate that he can handle the rigors of the pro game before he's summoned by the big club, with his speed being his ticket to the NHL.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Back in action

    Lauko (knee) returned to action for AHL Providence on Sunday against Hartford. Lauko, who suffered an MCL injury while playing for the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship in late December, had last suited up for Providence on Dec. 7. Now that he's back in the lineup, the 19-year-old will look to close his first pro season on a high note. To date, the 2018 third-rounder has recorded four goals and eight points in 19 AHL contests this season. Lauko needs some more minor-league seasoning before he makes a run at a job with the big club, but down the road his speed could be a nice asset to Boston's forward corps.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Heads to AHL

    The Bruins have assigned Lauko to AHL Providence. Lauko, a 2018 third-rounder, showed some flashes during training camp, but at 19 years of age, he needs some additional seasoning to help round out his all-around game. Down the road, Lauko's speed and skills could land him a key role with the big club, but the B's currently have enough depth up front to refrain from rushing the promising prospect.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Opens scoring with a beauty

    Lauko scored the opening goal in Monday's 4-3 overtime win against the Flyers. Lauko started the play with a great effort on the backcheck before getting a feed from defenseman Josiah Didier and tipping it around two Flyers skaters to break into the offensive zone. He finished off the play by going short-side, top-shelf on Brian Elliott to open the scoring, his first of the preseason. A 2018 third-round draft pick, Lauko will likely be heading back to juniors this season, but could make a solid push for a roster spot come next season.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Fuels Memorial Cup win

    Lauko picked up a goal and an assist in Rouyn-Noranda's 4-3 victory over Halifax in CHL Memorial Cup action Wednesday. Rouyn-Noranda, Halifax and Guelph all finished the round robin portion of the tournament at 2-1, but Halifax is the club moving directly to Sunday's final based upon the greatest goal differential of the three teams. The Huskies and Storm will battle in Friday's semifinal. With five points in three contests, Lauko has been a big part of Rouyn-Noranda's success in the tournament.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Generating chances in QMJHL

    Lauko posted a hat trick in QMJHL Rouyn-Noranda's 5-1 victory over Quebec on Thursday. Lauko has shown more good than bad through the first 39 games of his QMJHL career. He has displayed a decent scoring touch (19 goals, 34 points) and is doing a terrific job of generating offense (155 shots on goal). Lauko's world-class speed would make him an ideal role player if his scoring dries up at the professional level. The 2018 third-round selection (77th overall) signed his entry-level with Boston in September.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Signs entry-level deal

    Lauko (undisclosed) agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract with Boston on Friday. After notching two goals in a pair of preseason contests, team brass had seen enough to ink Lauko to an entry-level deal. The center will be reassigned to his junior club (QMJHL Rouyn-Noranda) for the 2018-19 campaign, but he could get a look in the final few contests of the season.
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  • Bruins' Jakub Lauko: Scores first preseason goal

    Lauko scored a goal in Sunday's 2-1 preseason victory over Washington. The 18-year-old rookie notched a goal in his first lick of NHL action. While he is a longshot to earn a roster spot this year, it was certainly encouraging to see the young Prague native produce in his first game at the NHL level.
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