Marchand scored a pair of power-play goal on three shots in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Islanders in Game 6. He also had four hits and a pair of blocks.
Marchand was the only source of offense for the Bruins, who couldn't get anything done at even strength. He got Boston on the board late in the first period, converting a cross-ice feed from David Pastrnak to make it a 1-1 game, then he pulled the Bruins to within 4-2 in the final frame with a backhander from his knees. The 33-year-old led the Bruins with eight goals in 11 games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He finished with 12 points and 12 PIM.
Marchand collected a goal and an assist with five hits and two shots Monday in a 5-4 loss to the Islanders in Game 5.
Marchand assisted on David Pastrnak's goal that opened the scoring just 1:25 into the game, then he added a tally for his own personal highlight reel. Marchand walked around New York defenseman Ryan Pulock, outwaited goaltender Semyon Varlamov and scooped the puck into the net to tie the game at 2-2 at 7:27 of the second period. It was Marchand's sixth goal and 10th point of the playoffs. He's reached the scoresheet in all five games against the Islanders, totaling three goals and four assists.
Marchand produced a power-play assist, two shots on goal, two blocked shots and a minus-2 rating in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders in Game 4.
Marchand set up David Krejci's lone tally in the second period. The 33-year-old Marchand has picked up points in seven of the Bruins' nine playoff games. He's up to five goals, three helpers, 27 shots on net, 15 hits, 12 PIM and a plus-3 rating. The winger will continue to see a large share of playing time in all situations.
Marchand scored the game-winning goal and had four shots in Thursday's 2-1 overtime win over the Islanders in Game 3. He also had two PIM.
Marchand appeared to catch Semyon Varlamov off guard less than four minutes into overtime, picking the top corner from along the wall just below the hashmarks. It was the fifth goal of the postseason for Marchand, who has four points and 13 shots through the first three games of the second-round series. He has reached the scoresheet in six of his first eight playoff tilts.
Marchand scored a goal power-play goal on five shots, dished an assist and added four hits in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Islanders in Game 2.
Marchand set up Patrice Bergeron's goal and scored one of his own in the third period, which allowed the Bruins to force overtime. The 33-year-old Marchand is up to four goals and two assists in seven playoff contests. The winger has added 14 hits, 21 shots on net and a plus-4 rating as a key part of the Bruins' offense.
Marchand produced an assist, four shots on goal and three hits in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
Marchand had the secondary assist on the second of David Pastrnak's three goals Saturday. Through six playoff outings, Marchand has been quiet by his standards with three goals and a helper. He's added 16 shots on net, 10 hits and 10 PIM in a top-line role that should give him plenty of chances to contribute.
Marchand scored a power-play goal on three shots in Wednesday's 3-2 double-overtime victory over the Capitals in Game 3. He also had three hits and two PIM.
Marchand swatted a puck out of mid-air while parked on top of the crease to square the game at 2-2 with 8:28 left in regulation. It was the second goal of the series for Marchand, who provided the overtime winner in Game 2. He's found the back of the net in four of his last five contests dating back to the end of the regular season.
Marchand scored the game-winning goal and had five shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over Washington in Game 2. He also provided four PIM and three hits.
Marchand one-timed a Matt Grzelcyk feed from the right faceoff circle and blew it past Washington netminder Craig Anderson just 39 seconds into overtime. It was the first goal of the series for Marchand, who has scored 17 times in his last 39 playoff contests dating back to 2018-19.
Marchand is among the Bruins' regular players not suiting up for Tuesday's regular-season finale against the Capitals, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
With the Bruins locked into their playoff seeding and facing their first-round opponent Tuesday, coach Bruce Cassidy will err on the side of caution with a slew of his key players. Also in line to be rested by the team are Patrice Bergeron, David Pastrnak, David Krejci, Taylor Hall, Craig Smith, Sean Kuraly, Tuukka Rask, Charlie McAvoy, Matt Grzelcyk, Mike Reilly, Brandon Carlo, Jeremy Lauzon and Kevan Miller. Additionally, Charlie Coyle (upper body) and Ondrej Kase (undisclosed) will be held out. Given this context, there figures to be some interesting DFS values among the players the team chooses to roll out versus Washington.
Marchand picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Islanders.
The 32-year-old is wrapping up the regular season on a heater, generating multiple points in three straight games and five of the last seven. On the year, Marchand has 28 goals and 69 points in 53 contests, the fifth straight campaign in which he's produced at better than a point-a-game pace.
Marchand scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Rangers.
The veteran winger is closing out the regular season on a heater. Marchand has piled up 15 goals and 31 points over 22 games since the beginning of April, and even with the shortened schedule, he's now only three points shy of his fifth straight 70-point campaign.
Marchand had two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Marchand helped Boston pull away with a pair of first-period helpers, first setting up Patrice Bergeron at even strength and then assisting on Charlie McAvoy's power-play tally. The veteran winger's in good form with the playoffs around the corner, as Marchand has three multi-point performances in his last five games and five in the last 11.
Marchand assisted on a pair of goals and logged a game-high six shots Monday in a 3-0 victory over the Devils.
Marchand set up insurance tallies by Patrice Bergeron in the second period and Matt Grzelcyk in the third. It was the fourth straight game on the scoresheet for Marchand, who has picked up two goals and four assists during that stretch. He'll enter Tuesday's rematch with the Devils tied fourth in the NHL scoring race with Toronto's Auston Matthews; both players have 63 points on the year.
Marchand scored a short-handed goal and added an assist in Thursday's 5-2 win over Buffalo. He also had four shots and three hits.
Marchand put the Boston win on ice with an empty-net goal while shorthanded with 1:34 left in the third period. He also picked up an assist on David Pastrnak's goal that opened the scoring 1:16 into the game. The two-point performance enabled Marchand to hit the 60-point plateau on the season.
Marchand scored a goal on five shots and dished out two hits in a 3-1 win over the Penguins on Tuesday.
Marchand banged a rebound past Pittsburgh goaltender Tristan Jarry to give the Bruins a 2-0 cushion midway through the third period. It was Marchand's 13th goal in the month of April and upped his team-leading season total to 26. He's tied with Toronto's Auston Matthews and Chicago's Patrick Kane for fifth in the NHL scoring race with 58 points.
Marchand produced a goal and an assist with two PIM and a plus-3 rating in Thursday's 5-1 win over Buffalo.
Marchand opened the scoring with a rebound goal 12:36 into the first period and later drew an assist on David Pastrnak's snipe early in the third. Marchand has piled up six goals and three assists over his last five games and ranks sixth in the NHL scoring race with 57 points, just one back of third place.
Marchand scored the game-winning goal in Tuesday's 2-0 win over the Sabres.
His tally midway through the first period gave Tuukka Rask all the offense the netminder would need. Marchand has been on fire lately, lighting the lamp five times in the last four games, and on the season he has 24 goals and 55 points through 42 contests.
Marchand racked up two goals and two assists Sunday in a 6-3 win over Washington. He also had three shots and a plus-4 rating.
Marchand's third four-point game of April landed him on exactly 700 points for his career. The 32-year-old put away a David Pastrnak rebound in the second period to tie the game at 3-3, then he sealed the Boston victory with an empty-netter with 1:44 remaining in the third. He also collected helpers on a pair of Patrice Bergeron tallies. Marchand's big day gave him 54 points on the year and moved him into a tie for fourth place in the NHL scoring race with Toronto's Mitch Marner.
Marchand scored twice on three shots Thursday in a 4-1 win over the Islanders.
Marchand opened the scoring with a deflection 1:49 into the game, then he iced the Boston victory with an empty-netter in the final minutes of the third period. Marchand's performance snapped his brief three-game point skid, the first time all year he had been held off the scoresheet for more than one contest. The 32-year-old has 21 goals and 50 points in 39 games.
Marchand scored a shorthanded goal on four shots, dished an assist and went plus-2 in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Capitals.
Marchand set up Jeremy Lauzon's tally 33 seconds into the game. In the second period, Marchand netted a shorthanded goal that stood as the game-winner. The 32-year-old wingers has seven goals and six assists in his last six contests. For the season, Marchand is up to 47 points, 87 shots on net, a plus-16 rating and 36 PIM. Five of his points have come while shorthanded, while 15 have come with the man advantage.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/09||@ NYI||L 2-6||2||0||2||-3||18:47|
|06/07||vs NYI||L 4-5||1||1||2||+2||20:32|
|06/05||@ NYI||L 1-4||0||1||1||-2||19:42|
|06/03||@ NYI||W 2-1 (OT)||1||0||1||+1||18:59|
|05/31||vs NYI||L 3-4 (OT)||1||1||2||+1||24:00|
|05/29||vs NYI||W 5-2||0||1||1||+1||18:36|
|05/23||@ WAS||W 3-1||0||0||0||+1||19:10|
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