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Pre-Game Notes: Everything you NEED to Know Before Boston Battles Florida

The Bruins and Panthers are set to face off later today, as both teams enter the contest without a loss within their first two games. The Atlantic Division foes are two teams with high expectations and will likely both compete for a playoff spot. Projected Bruins Lines: Hall-Bergeron-Smith Zacha-Krejci-Pastrnak Greer-Coyle-Frederic Foligno-Nosek-Lauko Lindholm-Renouf Forbort-Clifton Reilly-Zboril Ullmark Swayman Brandon Carlo OUT with Injury The Boston Bruins have announced that they have placed Brandon Carlo on injured reserve. The Bruins defensemen, was injured against the Arizona Coyotes, when he took a high hit, during the first period. Carlo recorded a total of 6:40 of ice-time during the game, and did return after the first period. Carlo has a prior history of concussions, so a timetable of return is unavailable at the moment. 🎥 Coach Montgomery on Brandon Carlo, who suffered an upper-body injury last night against Arizona: "He's better today than we were expecting. We&

The Key Notes from Boston's Preseason Game vs NJD (10/08/22)

Finally, hockey season has arrived. The Bruins host the New Jersey Devils, in their second game prior to the start of the NHL season. The Bruins look to cut their lineup down, as they are set to play the Arizona Coyotes within the next week. Lines : Forwards: Patrice Bergeron, Craig Smith, Jake DeBrusk, David Krejci, David Pastrnak, Pavel Zacha, AJ Greer, Jack Studnicka, Tomas Nosek, Nick Foligno, Jakub Lauko, Trent Frederic Defensemen: Jakub Zboril, Connor Clifton, Derek Forbort, Brandon Carlo, Hampus Lindholm, Mike Reilly Goaltenders: Linus Ullmark, Jeremy Swayman Pre-Game Notes : Marc McLaughlin demoting likely due to contract status (doesn't need to be placed on waivers) Linus Ullmark to start the entire game Brandon Carlo paired with Hampus Lindholm Czech line starts (Pasta, Krejci, Zacha) First Period Notes : Frederic takes poor offensive zone penalty (boarding) Nosek wins faceoff, Forbort clears to start the PK DeBrusk, Nosek find themselves on a partial, 2-on-1, results in

Grading Boston Bruins Players by Season Performance

The Boston Bruins had a disappointing ending to their 2021-22 season. After finishing in the top wildcard spot, Boston was eventually dismantled by the Carolina Hurricanes. Now that all the dust has settled, let's grade the Bruins players season! #63 - Brad Marchand (A) Brad Marchand was once again Boston's leading scorer. The pesky winger put up 32 goals and 48 assists , for 80 points in just 70 games. Marchand had a hot start to the 2021-22 season, poised to break the 100 point margin. Over the course of the season, Marchand's scoring dried up, although he finished with an over a point -per-game average. The one downside to Marchand's game would be the poor discipline he showed. The Halifax native was suspended for six games after getting into an altercation with Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry.  #73 - Charlie McAvoy (A) McAvoy showed substantial growth in his offensive ability and proved to be Boston's quarterback. The former first-round pick recorde