Kuraly registered a goal on four shots and added three hits Tuesday in a 4-3 shootout loss to New Jersey.
Kuraly hit the scoresheet for the third consecutive game when he beat MacKenzie Blackwood with a shot from the outside of the right faceoff circle, giving the Bruins a 3-2 lead midway through the third period. It was just the fourth goal in 44 games this season for Kuraly, although the 28-year-old has managed to tickle the twine twice in the last three contests.
Kuraly is no longer in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.
Though Kuraly has been cleared for action, it remains to be seen when he'll return to the lineup after having been sidelined for a couple of weeks. When he does suit up next, fourth line duty presumably awaits for Kuraly.
Kuraly (COVID-19 protocol) was listed as a non-roster player Thursday, per CapFriendly.
This is typical for players that enter the protocol. It's unclear when Kuraly will be available to return.
Kuraly was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Thursday, Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com reports.
Kuraly will miss Thursday's game against the Sabres. The league doesn't reveal whether a player tested positive or came into close contact with an infected person, so there's no clear timetable for his return.
Kuraly scored the game-winning goal in Friday's 2-1 victory over the Flyers.
Only 27 seconds after Brad Marchand had tied the score midway through the third period, Kuraly wired a puck from just inside the blue line that beat Brian Elliott glove-side and rattled in off the post. It's only Kuraly's second goal and third point of the season, but all of that production has come in the last five games. Given his career highs of eight goals and 23 points over a full campaign, however, the 28-year-old grinder isn't likely to maintain that pace for long.
Kuraly recorded his first goal of the season in the Bruins' 4-1 win over the Penguins on Thursday.
Kuraly's goal, his first point in seven games to date, came off a deflection from his leg, but nonetheless capped a strong shift by the Bruins' fourth line. The trio also included Anders Bjork and Chris Wagner -- who scored Thursday -- and given its strong play versus Pittsburgh, the combo should stick together for the time being.
Kuraly (groin) was not included among Bruins President Cam Neely's injury report Monday, per Conor Ryan of MassLive.com.
Kuraly ended the season with a groin issue but didn't require surgery. The 26-year-old center garnered 23 points in 69 games last season but may be hard-pressed to reach the 20-point threshold given the shortened 2020-21 campaign. The Ohio native will almost certainly start the year in the bottom six, making him a mid-range fantasy option at best.
Kuraly revealed Friday he was suffering from a groin injury which kept him out of the last three games of the playoffs, but he won't require surgery, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Kuraly garnered three points in 10 playoff outings, including one shorthanded goal, while averaging 12:55 of ice time before getting hurt. The fact that the Ohio native won't need surgery should clear the way for him to be ready for the start of the 2020-21 campaign.
Kuraly (undisclosed) will not suit up for Monday's Game 5 contest against the Lightning, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
The 27-year-old has missed the last three games with his mysterious injury. Kuraly has three points in 10 postseason contests.
Kuraly (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Monday's Game 5 matchup with Boston, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Kuraly already missed the last two games due to his undisclosed issue and could be in line to spend a third in the stands. Prior to getting hurt, the Ohio native garnered three points in his previous 10 contests, including a shorthanded goal. If the center is sidelined, it would likely open up a spot on the roster for Jack Studnicka or Anders Bjork.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy said Kuraly (undisclosed) is "making progress" and is considered questionable for Monday's Game 5 versus the Lightning, Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe reports.
Chris Wagner (undisclosed) has already been ruled out, so the Bruins' fourth line could have a new look in this elimination contest. Par Lindholm has been filling in for Kuraly, but after losing two straight, Cassidy could mix up the lines and opt for Trent Frederic instead.
Kuraly (undisclosed) won't play in Saturday's Game 4 versus the Lightning, Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com reports.
Kuraly will miss a second straight game, so Karson Kuhlman will get inserted into a third-line role. According to Matt Porter of The Boston Globe, head coach Bruce Cassidy said Kuraly is "day-to-day", and his next chance to play is Monday's Game 5.
Kuraly (undisclosed) isn't on the ice for warmups, signalling that he won't play in Wednesday's Game 3 against Tampa Bay, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
The specifics surrounding the absence remain unclear at this point, as it's serious enough to deem him unfit to play. With Kuraly sidelined, look for Par Lindholm or Jack Studnicka to center the fourth line. Kuraly's next chance to suit up will be in Friday's Game 4 matchup.
Kuraly recorded an assist, six hits and two shots on goal in Saturday's 9-3 loss to the Canucks.
Kuraly has matched his career high in points at 21, which he achieved in 71 games last year. In 2019-20, the 27-year-old has added 129 hits, 81 shots on goal and 24 PIM through 62 appearances. He'll likely continue to serve in a bottom-six role.
Kuraly scored a goal on a team-high five shots in Wednesday's 2-1 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
Kuraly has a goal and an assist in two games since serving as a healthy scratch. The 27-year-old forward is up to 19 points, 111 hits and 77 shots on net through 54 contests this season. He's just two points shy of matching last year's career-high output.
Kuraly ended Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Canucks with an assist, four shots and five hits.
Kuraly was a healthy scratch for Saturday's win over the Wild, but he returned to the lineup Tuesday. It was the first time Kuraly was a healthy scratch since Nov. 26, 2018, as he has been a consistent role player for the Bruins since he joined them for the 2016 playoffs. This season, Kuraly is on pace to set a new career high in points, with four goals and 18 points in 53 games.
Kuraly potted his fourth goal of the season in a 4-1 win over the Penguins on Thursday.
A shot from the half boards hit off the leg of Penguins defender Jack Johnson and into the net for the Bruins' first goal of the game. Kuraly hasn't scored since Dec. 11, so he'll be happy to take the lucky bounce. Through 49 games this season Kuraly has 17 points and is second among B's forwards with 98 hits.
Kuraly tallied his 13th assist of the season in a 5-4 win over the Jets on Thursday.
The helper came on the Bruins' opening goal when David Pastrnak took a shift with Kuraly and Joakim Nordstrom on the fourth line. Kuraly has had a good season offensively so far with 16 points in 45 games.
Kuraly tied the game at 2-2 in an eventual 3-2 loss to the Capitals on Wednesday.
The game only stayed tied for 1:49 before John Carlson scored the game-winning-goal for Washington. The goal gives Kuraly three on the season for a total of 11 points in 32 games. If he manages to keep this pace, Kuraly will top his career high of 21 points set last season.
Kuraly picked up an assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Blackhawks on Thursday.
Chris Wagner took Kuraly's pass up the ice and snapped it home short-handed to pull the Bruins within a goal. It was Boston's first short-handed goal of the season and Kuraly's second career short-handed point. The 26-year-old now has 10 points in 29 games.
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|06/09||@ NYI||L 2-6||0||0||0||0||12:50|
|06/07||vs NYI||L 4-5||0||0||0||-1||11:00|
|06/05||@ NYI||L 1-4||0||0||0||0||13:07|
|06/03||@ NYI||W 2-1 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||15:08|
|05/31||vs NYI||L 3-4 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||15:02|
|05/29||vs NYI||W 5-2||0||0||0||+1||14:18|
|05/23||@ WAS||W 3-1||0||0||0||0||12:43|
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