Marchand scored a goal and an assist in Friday's 6-2 loss to the Rangers.
The Bruins' top line supplied all the team's offense on the night, but it wasn't nearly enough. Marchand has been alternating two-point efforts with scoreless performances over the last couple weeks, but on the season the 32-year-old has an impressive 10 goals and 22 points through 18 contests.
Marchand registered two assists and went plus-3 in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Flyers.
Marchand's assists came on the Bruins' two first-period goals, scored by David Pastrnak and Charlie McAvoy. The 32-year-old Marchand has reached the 20-point mark with nine goals, 11 helpers, 41 shots on net and a plus-9 rating through 16 appearances. He continues to be a high-quality option in fantasy on the Bruins' top line.
Marchand scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.
He got right back on the board after his recent nine-game streak was snapped Wednesday. Marchand and linemates Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak accounted for all of the Bruins' scoring Saturday, a feat that works well for fantasy managers and puts the on-ice product at risk. Marchand leads the Bruins with nine goals and is tied with Bergeron for the team lead in points (18) in 14 games.
Marchand scored a goal on two shots in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers.
Marchand was sprung for a breakaway by Charlie McAvoy, and the former made no mistake with his shot for his first game-winning goal of the year. The 32-year-old Marchand is riding a nine-game point streak, during which he's racked up seven goals and six helpers. The winger continues to score an electric pace with eight tallies and 16 points through 12 contests this season.
Marchand recorded a power-play assist in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Flyers.
Marchand had a critical assist, setting up David Pastrnak's third goal of the game with only 15 seconds left in regulation. During his seven-game point streak, Marchand has five tallies and six helpers. The winger is up to 14 points, 27 shots on goal and a plus-5 rating through 10 contests. He's locked into his usual left wing spot on the top line with Pastrnak and Patrice Bergeron, so expect big things from the 32-year-old Marchand.
Marchand picked up a goal and an assist with three shots and four hits in Monday's 5-3 win over the Capitals.
Marchand set up the first of two David Pastrnak goals to get the Bruins on the board in the second period, then he sealed the comeback with with his empty-netter late in regulation. The performance pushed Marchand's point streak to six games (five goals, five assists), and he's now reached the scoresheet in all but one of his nine contests on the year.
Marchand scored a short-handed goal and added a power-play assist in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Penguins.
The Bruins' franchise leader in career short-handed tallies added to his ledger in that category in the first period, then helped set up Nick Ritchie in the second. Marchand has been held off the scoresheet only once in six games to begin the season, racking up four goals and nine points.
Marchand had two goals and an assist in a 6-1 victory over Philadephia on Saturday.
One goal and the helper came with the man advantage. Marchand has seven points, including four on the power play, in five games this season. And the production is coming without the benefit of stud linemate David Pastrnak. We can't wait to see what Marchand can do with a dose of pasta in his life.
Marchand (groin) chipped in a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- and scored the shootout winner in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Devils.
Marchand showed no signs of the groin injury that had put his status for this one in doubt. He opened the scoring on the power play with 2:20 left in the first, then assisted on Nick Ritchie's power-play tally in the third before scoring the only shootout goal for either team to win the game. The feisty winger has easily cleared a point per game in each of the past four seasons and is showing no signs of slowing down.
As expected, Marchand (groin) will be in the lineup for Thursday's season opener versus New Jersey, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Marchand was considered a game-time decision against the Devils, but he was always expected to play. The 32-year-old winger will skate on the Bruins' first line and top power-play unit Thursday.
Coach Bruce Cassidy calls Marchand (groin) a game-time decision for Thursday's season opener against New Jersey, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Cassidy previously indicated that the Bruins "fully expect" Marchand to play in the opener and supporting that notion is that the B's top left winger was present for the team's morning rushes Thursday, skating with Patrice Bergeron and Jack Studnicka.
Marchand (groin) returned to practice Wednesday, Joe Haggerty of Boston Hockey Now reports.
Meanwhile, coach Bruce Cassidy relayed that the Bruins "fully expect" Marchand to play in the team's season-opener against New Jersey on Thursday. With David Pastrnak (hip) set to miss time early on, Marchand is in line to work on the team's top line with Patrice Bergeron (as usual) and for now, Jack Studnicka.
Marchand (undisclosed) is expected to return to practice Wednesday and should be ready for Thursday's regular-season opener against the Devils, Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com reports.
Marchand was given rest days Monday and Tuesday, but he should be back at it Wednesday ahead of Thursday's Opening Night matchup with New Jersey. The 32-year-old winger, who racked up 28 goals and 87 points in 70 games last campaign, will slot into his usual spots on the Bruins' first line and top power-play unit against the Devils.
Marchand's (undisclosed) absence from Monday's scrimmage was referred to as "precautionary," according to coach Bruce Cassidy, Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com reports.
With that, it appears as though Marchand simply was given a maintenance day Monday. His presence on the ice the next time the Bruins practice would confirm that notion. The team's regular-season opener is Thursday night against New Jersey.
Marchand (undisclosed) will sit out Monday's intrasquad scrimmage, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Marchand came into camp dealing with a groin injury, so it's not immediately clear if this latest ailment is related. The world-class winger will only have a few days to get back to 100 percent if he is going to play against New Jersey on Thursday. If Marchand does miss out on the season opener, Nick Ritchie could be an option to move up to the first line.
Marchand exited Sunday's practice early, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Coach Bruce Cassidy relayed that Marchand got treatment and this isn't a serious issue. It's nevertheless concerning, as Marchand's practice capacity has fluctuated through training camp following news that he underwent sports hernia surgery this offseason. The 32-year-old winger's status is worth keeping an eye on ahead of Thursday's season opener against the Devils.
Marchand (groin) was on the ice for Friday's scrimmage, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Marchand's return to the ice Friday follows an off day Thursday, as the winger continues to work his way back from a sports hernia repair he underwent Sept. 14. At this stage, Marchand is trending toward playing in the Bruins' season opener, with first-line and power-play duty once again on tap for the 32-year-old, who logged a fantasy-friendly 28 goals and 87 points in 70 games last season.
Marchand (groin) didn't participate in Thursday's scrimmage, Joe Haggerty of Boston Hockey Now reports.
With Marchand not out there Thursday, Anders Bjork worked in his place on a line with Patrice Bergeron and Jack Studnicka. Per Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic, Marchand practiced Wednesday "in his usual white jersey," so it seems likely that the winger's absence from Thursday's scrimmage is precautionary. With that in mind, Shinzawa has noted that he'd be surprised if Marchand didn't play in the Bruins' Jan. 14 season opener.
Marchand (groin) wore a regular, full-contact jersey during Tuesday's practice, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Marchand sported a red, non-contact sweater for Monday's on-ice session, but the feisty winger evidently did enough in a non-contact capacity to make the Bruins comfortable with clearing him for contact ahead of Tuesday's practice. He still hasn't officially been cleared for Boston's regular-season opener against New Jersey on Jan. 14, but Marchand's clearly trending in the right direction.
Bergeron (groin) practiced in a non-contact jersey Monday, Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal reports.
It's encouraging to see Marchand on the ice at the start of training camp after undergoing sports hernia surgery in September. The veteran winger will have a week and a half to shed the non-contact garb before the start of the season, and there's a good chance he'll be able to do so and can occupy his usual spot on Boston's top line and No.1 power-play unit from the get-go.
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