Last Game Postponed

Sat, Apr 4
vs Carolina Hurricanes (38-25-5)
  • TD Garden

Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
BOS 44-14-12 100
TB 43-21-6 92
TOR 36-25-9 81
FLA 35-26-8 78
MON 31-31-9 71
BUF 30-31-8 68
OTT 25-34-12 62
DET 17-49-5 39


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Top Bruins News

  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Dealing with setback

    Miller is currently recovering from an additional procedure he underwent on his knee in mid-March, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.

    Miller was evidently forced to undergo a second surgery on his injured knee after suffering a setback while rehabbing from the first procedure he underwent over a year ago. At this point, the 32-year-old blueliner's career appears to be in serious jeopardy.

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  • Bruins' Jake DeBrusk: One goal shy of 20

    DeBrusk produced 19 goals and 35 points in 65 games prior to the league pausing play in mid-March.

    Though the 23-year-old managed 27 goals and 42 points in just three more games (68) last year, he's still provided solid secondary scoring for a 44-14-12 first-place Bruins squad. Also, DeBrusk's 161 shots on net are a new career high, so Boston doesn't have too much to gripe about with its 2015 first-round pick.

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  • Bruins' Charlie McAvoy: Ties career high

    McAvoy tallied 32 points (five goals, 27 assists) in 67 games prior to the suspension of play in mid-March.

    Already in his third full NHL season at 22, McAvoy has tied his career-high 32 points set as a rookie. His sparkling plus-24 rating would also hold up as a personal best. Owners could point to McAvoy's five tallies on 101 shots (4.95 shooting percentage) as somewhat underwhelming, but the fact remains that there's a lot to like about a near-40-point rearguard that doesn't turn 23 until December. It'll be interesting to see if pending unrestricted free agent (and Bruins leading scorer among defensemen) Torey Krug re-ups with the team this summer, as his departure would undoubtedly impact McAvoy's numbers going forward.

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  • Bruins' Torey Krug: Fully recovered from injury

    Krug (upper body) is fully recovered from the injury that cost him a single game prior to the league hiatus in mid-March, NBC Sports Boston reports.

    Krug's 49 points pace the Bruins defense corps and rank eighth among all league blueliners. Even with 12 games remaining on the docket should play resume, the 29-year-old wouldn't quite have reached the lofty heights of his 59-point, career-best output from 2017-18. However, Krug has proven he's a near-lock for 50-plus points in five straight seasons and is due for a hefty raise heading into unrestricted free agency this summer. Potential suitors could question if he'd be quite as prolific a producer away from the B's high-powered offense, but Krug will still be a highly coveted asset that commands a deal well north of his current $5.25 million cap hit.

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  • Bruins' Jaroslav Halak: Inks one-year extension

    Halak signed a one-year, $2.25 million contract extension with the Bruins on Friday.

    Halak has been a rock-solid secondary option in goal for the Bruins for a second straight year this season, posting an 18-6-6 record while registering a 2.39 GAA and .919 save percentage in 31 appearances. The 34-year-old netminder should see upward of 30 starts as Tuukka Rask's understudy in 2020-21 and will likely earn wins in at least 20 of those contests, making him an attractive plug-and-play fantasy option.

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  • Bruins' David Krejci: Looking to play beyond current deal

    Krejci told reporters he is not planning to retire when his current contract runs up following the 2020-21 campaign, Joe McDonald of The Athletic reports.

    Considering Krejci has spent his entire 14-year career with the Bruins, re-signing with Boston would seemingly be his preference when it comes time for a new deal. Still, with the salary cap situation in flux due to the 2019-20 season suspension, Boston may have to make the difficult choice of allowing the center to walk in free agency, especially considering he currently costs the club $7.25 million against the cap.

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  • Bruins' Brandon Carlo: Cleared to play

    Carlo (concussion) told reporters he would have already returned to action had the NHL season not gone on hiatus, per Joe McDonald of The Athletic.

    Getting Carlo back in the lineup will bolster the Bruins' blue line once (if) the season resumes. The 22-year-old needs just one more point to reach the 20-point mark for the first time in his career but might miss that threshold if the league opts to go right into the postseason. The Colorado native is never going to be an elite scorer but could provide solid, low-cost fantasy value in both season-long and DFS formats.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Officially done for year

    Miller (kneecap) won't be ready to play even if the NHL season resumes, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.

    Miller hasn't played in over a year with his last appearance on the ice coming April 4, 2019, versus Minnesota. According to general manager Don Sweeney, the Bruins will still be offering the blueliner a contract during the upcoming offseason. Considering his injury history, it seems unlikely the pending UFA will receive much in terms of contract offers outside of Boston.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Named Hobey Baker Award finalist

    Swayman is one of three finalists for the 2020 Hobey Baker Award.

    Swayman posted an 18-11-5 record, .939 save percentage and 2.07 GAA in 34 appearances for the University of Maine this season. The netminder -- who was drafted in the fourth round of the 2017 NHL Draft -- signed his three-year, entry-level deal with the Bruins following the conclusion of the 2019-20 campaign. With his deal in place, the Anchorage native figures to report to AHL Providence or ECHL Atlanta next year.

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  • Bruins' Tuukka Rask: Disputes retirement reports

    Rask refuted earlier reports that he was mulling retirement after the 2020-21 season, telling reporters, "I'm sure we're going to have good conversations with (Don Sweeney) after this season and go from there. But I'm only 34, so it's not too old, might play another year or two and go from there. I don't want to promise anything either way because you never know what's going to happen," Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.

    While it's certainly encouraging news for the Bruins faithful, the focus for many will be getting back to the Stanley Cup Finals after losing out to St. Louis last year. In 41 appearances this year, the 32-year-old has posted a 26-8-6 record with five shutouts and a 2.12 GAA. If the regular season resumes, the netminder could split time with Jaroslav Halak but figures to be the No. 1 guy if the league goes straight into the playoffs.

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  • Bruins' Jack Ahcan: Lands pro contract

    Ahcan signed a two-year, entry-level contract with the Bruins on Friday.

    Ahcan has spent the last four seasons with St. Cloud State University, totaling 20 goals and 103 points in 144 games. The undrafted blueliner has a lot of offensive upside, but he'll still likely spend the entirety of the 2020-21 campaign in the minors adjusting to the pro game.

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  • Bruins' Tuukka Rask: Weighing retirement in near future

    Rask may be considering retirement following the 2020-21 season, Matt Porter of the Boston Globe reports.

    In his interview, Rask mentioned that he may retire after his contract expires since he wants to spend more time with his family. The 33-year-old Finn is still at the top of his game, recording a 2.12 GAA and .929 save percentage alongside a 26-8-6 record this season. Rask's career .922 save percentage is tied for the best mark of any goalie with at least 300 games played in NHL history.

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