Bruins Recall Cehlarik From Providence

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today that the team had recalled forward Peter Cehlarik from the Providence Bruins. Cehlarik has yet to make an appearance in Boston this season but has had a successful season so far in Providence. The 23-year-old has posted ten goals and 19 assists for 29 points in 37 games which is tied for the team lead in points.

Cehlarik appeared in six games for Boston last season totaling a goal and an assist including his first career goal on November 18th, 2017 in San Jose against the Sharks. He also appeared in 35 games for Providence last season, scoring 11 goals and adding 12 assists. Cehlarik skated in 11 games for Boston in 2016-17, posting two assists. He scored 20 goals and had 18 assists for 38 points in Providence in 2016-17.

The Zilina, Slovakia native was drafted by the Bruins in the third round (90th overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. With the Bruins struggling to score consistently, Cehlarik should be a welcome addition as he’s had 17 games of NHL experience. Expect him to see time on the second line with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk and perhaps even time on the power play.

Bruins Post-Game Recap: Montreal at Boston: 1/14/19

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Pre-Game Notes

Arena: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts

Home: Boston Bruins (26-15-4)

Away: Montreal Canadiens (24-17-5)

Boston’s Lineup

Forwards

Marchand-Bergeron-Pastrnak

DeBrusk-Krejci-Backes

Kuraly-Acciari-Wagner

Heinen-Forsbacka Karlsson-Donato

Defense

Chara-McAvoy

Krug-Carlo

Grzelcyk-Miller

Goalies

Rask

Halak

Montreal’s Lineup

Forwards

Drouin-Danault-Gallagher

Lehkonen-Domi-Armia

Tatar-Kotkaniemi-Byron

Agostino-Chaput-Deslauriers

Defense

Mete-Weber

Reilly-Petry

Kulak-Benn

Goalies

Price

Niemi

First Period

The Canadiens had the early chances but Tuukka Rask stood up to them to keep the game scoreless. The Bruins failed to get many chances in the early going as they seemed to have trouble stringing passes together. A couple solid shifts by the B’s got their legs going as they got a few opportunities on Carey Price. Brad Marchand drew a tripping penalty to give the Bruins a power play with about eight minutes left in the period.

The Bruins failed to capitalize on the man advantage as Price and the Canadiens defense made a big penalty kill. Marchand got a short breakaway on Price but was denied after a spectacular effort by Patrice Bergeron to get the puck loose. A four on four came after matching penalties and Marchand took full advantage as he scored on a shot from the dot to give the B’s the lead.

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Kevan Miller and Nick Deslauriers dropped the gloves with 3:50 to go in the period to get the crowd into the game as they’d been fairly quiet to that point.

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Rask was on point in the first period and made a great glove stop on Tomas Tatar in the slot late in the period. However, a tipped shot from the point got past Rask off the stick of Brendan Gallagher to tie the game with nearly a minute left in the period.

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Score: Tied 1-1

Second Period

The Bruins had trouble in their own zone in the opening moments of the period but Rask was up to it, keeping the game tied. The B’s responded with a good shift as they nearly took the lead but Price was on top of it. Neither team possessed the puck too well in the middle period as there seemed to be turnovers all over the place.

The Canadiens seemed to have more success with speed through the neutral zone as the Bruins looked to be on their heels. Neither team could get into an offensive rhythm as the scoring chances came few and far between. Rask continued to have a strong night with a couple of huge stops in the middle stages of the period.

The Bruins would draw another penalty as Victor Mete went off for hooking. Paul Byron took advantage of a flat footed Bergeron to score a shorthanded goal as the Canadiens took the lead.

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The Habs killed the Boston power play as the Bruins failed to get any significant scoring chances. A small scrum in front of both benches resulted in a four on four situation to close out the period.

Score: 2-1 Canadiens

Third Period

The Bruins had a tough start to the period as the Habs had a few good chances in front of the Boston net. The newly formed second line of David Krejci, Danton Heinen and Ryan Donato had a good shift in the early part of the third but couldn’t find the back of the net to tie the score. The Bruins had a heck of a time trying to get into an offensive rhythm as the Habs slowed them down in the neutral zone.

Heinen charged to the net about midway through the period but lost his footing and didn’t get a decent shot off and the game remained 2-1. The B’s had the majority of the possession and the chances in the final period but were unable to capitalize on Price.

The Bruins picked up another man advantage with two minutes to go on a delay of game penalty against the Canadiens. With the goalie pulled, Krejci picked the top corner from the top of the circle to tie the game with less than a minute to go.

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Score: Tied 2-2

Overtime

Just 15 seconds into the extra session, Jeff Petry batted in a rebound off of a Max Domi shot to give the Canadiens a win and tie the season series with the Bruins.

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Final Score: 3-2 Canadiens

Three Stars Of The Game

Third Star: Marchand. The winger seemed to be one of the few Bruins to have a successful game and he added his 17th goal of the season in the loss.

Second Star: Rask. The Bruin netminder had another strong game and kept the team in the game all night as they secured a point in the overtime loss.

First Star: Price. The Montreal goalie was perhaps the best player on the ice in this one and stole another win against the Bruins as he’s done so often before.

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Bruins Place Colby Cave On Waivers

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

The Bruins placed forward Colby Cave on waivers on Monday afternoon and he will return to the Providence Bruins if he clears waivers. Cave skated in 20 games for the black and gold this season, posting a goal and four assists for five points. With this move, the Bruins will have to make a move to add someone to their 23-man roster.

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Cave has also skated in 15 games for Providence this season, scoring six goals and adding 12 assists for 18 points. The 24-year-old appeared in three games for Boston last season, going scoreless. Cave’s best professional season came in 2016-17 for Providence, as he posted 13 goals and 22 assists for 35 points in 76 games. Cave was undrafted originally but signed a three-year entry level deal with Boston on April 4th, 2015.

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Cave made his NHL debut last season, on December 21st, 2017 against the Winnipeg Jets at TD Garden. He scored his first career NHL goal earlier this season against the Montreal Canadiens on December 17th at Bell Centre in a 4-0 Bruins victory.

The Battleford, Saskatchewan native can be claimed by any team in the NHL but only for the next 24 hours. If that time passes, he’ll return to Providence. Cave has looked like a solid fourth line player in his time with the B’s and more time in Providence could be useful for him.

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Former Bruin Rick Nash Retires At 34

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Rick Nash announced his retirement from the NHL this morning at the age of 34 after 15 seasons in the league. Nash was traded to the Bruins last February in exchange for Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, prospect Ryan Lindgren and two draft picks including the B’s first round selection in last year’s draft. Nash skated in 11 regular season games, totaling three goals and three assists. He also appeared in 12 playoff games, posting three goals and two assists.

 

Nash appeared in 1,060 career regular season games, posting 437 goals and 368 assists for 805 points. Appearing in 89 playoff games, Nash posted career numbers of 18 goals and 28 assists. Spending the majority of his career in Columbus, Nash is the Blue Jackets career leader in goals, assists, and points.

The Brampton, Ontario native was named to the NHL All-Star team six times and was a member of the All-Rookie team in 2003 when he posted 17 goals and 22 assists for 39 points. Nash was also a two-time goal medalist with Team Canada at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics. Nash called it a career after concussion issues towards the end of his time with Bruins but he ends his career as one of the greatest forwards in the entire league over his successful career.

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Bruins Post-Game Recap: Buffalo at Boston: 1/5/19

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Pre-Game Notes

Arena: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts

Home: Boston Bruins (23-14-4)

Away: Buffalo Sabres (22-13-6)

Boston’s Lineup

Forwards

Marchand-Bergeron-Pastrnak

DeBrusk-Krejci-Backes

Heinen-Forsbacka Karlsson-Donato

Kuraly-Acciari-Wagner

Defense

Chara-Carlo

Krug-Moore

Grzelcyk-Miller

Goalies

Rask

Halak

Buffalo’s Lineup

Forwards

Skinner-Rodrigues-Reinhart

Sheary-Sobotka-Thompson

Elie-Mittelstadt-Pominville

Smith-Larsson-Okposo

Defense

McCabe-Ristolainen

Scandella-Dahlin

Pilut-Bogosian

Goalies

Ullmark

Hutton

First Period

On the first shift of the game, Chris Wagner appeared to give the Bruins the early lead but it was eventually waived off because of Sean Kuraly interfering with Sabres goaltender Linus Ullmark.

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The Bruins looked engaged in the early going as they were able to string together some solid shifts. The Bruins would get a power play as Remi Elie took an interference penalty with 13:28 to play in the period. Buffalo would kill off the penalty as Boston failed to get any decent scoring chances. Wagner got another great scoring chance and capitalized to give the Bruins the lead.

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The Sabres seemed to have trouble getting any significant scoring chances against Tuukka Rask as the Bruins defended well in their own zone. Towards the end of the period though, Buffalo started to find some attacking zone rhythm and pushed to tie the score.

The Bruins returned the favor with a solid shift by the fourth line who looked very strong in the opening period. Boston closed the period with a couple good shifts especially the third line as Ryan Donato nearly doubled the lead with under a minute to go in the period.

Score: 1-0 Bruins

Second Period

The Bruins opened the period with another strong shift by the fourth line and Wagner nearly had a second goal but was denied by Ullmark. David Backes buried a goal on a two on one rush with Brad Marchand to double the Boston advantage early in the period.

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The Bruins continued to have good jump in the early moments of the period as they strung together some strong shifts. The Bruins dominated the possession in the middle period as they seemed to get chance after chance in the offensive zone. Rask was rarely challenged in the first half of the period as the Sabres failed to get many pucks on net.

The Bruins began to become slightly lackadaisical in their own zone but it didn’t hurt them as Buffalo didn’t provide a lot of resistance. Rask became a bit more busy in the latter half of the period but continued to play very well between the pipes.

Score: 2-0 Bruins

Third Period

Donato had a couple decent chances in front of the Buffalo goal but couldn’t find the back of the net. Jeff Skinner followed that up with a quality scoring opportunity but Rask was quick to make the save. The third line had a solid start to the period and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson nearly capitalized off a great feed from Danton Heinen but couldn’t beat Ullmark.

A few turnovers by the Bruins almost resulted in the Sabres finding the back of the net but Rask continued to have a strong game to keep it a two goal margin. Buffalo went to the man advantage as Matt Grzelcyk was called for hooking with about 12 minutes to play. Boston killed the penalty as the Sabres got a few chances but nothing significant.

The Bruins got another power play as Donato was tripped as they looked to put the game away. Buffalo killed off the penalty but the B’s has plenty of chances and put four shots on goal during the man advantage. Rasmus Ristolainen fired home a shot from the dot after a quick re-entry to cut the Boston lead in half with less than three minutes to go.

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The Sabres pulled Ullmark with 1:40 to go as they pushed for the tying goal. They weren’t able to find the back of the net and the Bruins secured the victory, making it four straight for the first time since October.

Final Score: 2-1 Bruins

Three Stars Of The Game

First Star: Wagner. The winger could’ve easily had multiple goals in this one as he was buzzing around the ice all night as the fourth line had one of their best games of the season.

Second Star: Backes. The winger returned after a three game suspension and was put onto the second line. He responded with his fourth goal of the season on a beautiful shot.

Third Star: Rask. Although not challenged much in this game, Rask was good when needed and helped the B’s secure a huge win over the Sabres.

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Bruins Announce Update On Forward Nordstrom

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

On Thursday morning, the Bruins announced that forward Joakim Nordstrom had suffered a non-displaced fibula fracture and will be re-evaluated in about three weeks. Nordstrom sustained the injury during the 4-2 Winter Classic victory against the Blackhawks on Tuesday afternoon.

 

Nordstrom has skated in 39 games in his first season in black and gold after signing a two year deal in the offseason. He has posted five goals and two assists for seven points this season. Nordstrom spent time in Chicago and Carolina before coming to Boston. He set a career high in goals, assists and points in 2014-15 for the Hurricanes with ten goals and 14 assists for 24 points.

The Stockholm, Sweden native was originally drafted by the Blackhawks in the third round (90th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut on October 1st, 2013 and scored his first career goal on October 11th, 2013 against the New York Islanders. Nordstrom won the Stanley Cup with the Hawks in 2015. With the injury, it could allow the Bruins to call up a player from Providence. Nordstrom has been a useful player for B’s this season despite the low point total. He’s played almost everywhere in the bottom nine, so the Bruins will definitely miss his versatility.

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Pastrnak To Represent Bruins At 2019 NHL All-Star Game

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

The NHL announced their rosters for the 2019 All-Star Game in San Jose on Wednesday evening. The league will return to the 3 on 3 format once again for the 64th edition of the All-Star Game. David Pastrnak was announced as the lone Bruins to be named to the Atlantic Division squad. Pastrnak earns his first appearance in his fifth season in the NHL.

 

Pastrnak has skated in all 40 games for the black and gold this season, posting 24 goals and 26 assists for 50 points. Pasta is coming off a season in which he played every game and totaled 35 goals and 45 assists for 80 points. He also added 20 points in the postseason on six goals and 14 assists.

The Havirov, Czech Republic native has improved his point total in the last two seasons and looks well on his way to topping 80 points this season. Pastrnak was drafted in the first round (25th overall) of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The 22-year-old made his debut on November 24th, 2014 against the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden. Pastrnak scored his first career goal on January 10th, 2015 in Philadelphia against the Flyers, scoring twice in a Bruins victory.

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Cassidy Gives Update On Bruins Forward Marchand

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy revealed this morning that Brad Marchand is dealing with an upper body injury and will be unavailable for Saturday’s game in Buffalo against the Sabres. Marchand likely suffered the injury during last night’s game against the New Jersey Devils.

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Marchand has skated in 38 games for the Bruins this season, posting 12 goals and 29 assists for 41 points, good for second on the team in points behind David Pastrnak. Marchand recently reached 500 points in his career with two assists last Sunday in Carolina. The 30-year-old winger was one of three Bruins along with Pastrnak and David Krejci to play in every game this season for the black and gold.

The Halifax, Nova Scotia native was originally drafted by the Bruins in the third round (71st overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Marchand made his NHL debut on October 21st, 2009 in Boston against the Nashville Predators where he totaled an assist. The feisty winger is coming off back to back 85 point campaigns and has been an integral part of the Bruins team in the last few seasons. Don’t expect Marchand to miss much time as he typically has been healthy during his Bruins career. The team will look to other sources of offense in his absence.

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Cassidy Issues Update On Bruins Defenseman McAvoy

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Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy announced this morning that Charlie McAvoy will miss tonight’s game against the New Jersey Devils with an lower body injury sustained most likely in the Bruins most recent game against the Carolina Hurricanes last Sunday.

 

McAvoy recently returned from a long absence due to a concussion suffered in October and will now likely miss a little more time. McAvoy has skated in 17 games this season for the Bruins, posting a goal and ten assists for 11 points. The 21-year-old made his NHL debut in Game 1 of the Bruins first round playoff series against the Ottawa Senators in the spring of 2017. McAvoy was drafted by the Bruins in the first round (14th overall) of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft after two successful seasons at Boston University.

The Long Beach, New York native skated in 75 career games for the Terriers, totaling eight goals and 43 assists for 51 points. With the returns of Zdeno Chara, Kevan Miller, and Jake DeBrusk it’s not necessarily a huge problem for the Bruins having McAvoy out as it isn’t a serious injury but it will nice to finally see this team at full health. With the Bruins only two games away from the Winter Classic next week, the team hopes McAvoy will be healthy in time.

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Bruins Post-Game Recap: Nashville at Boston: 12/22/18

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Pre-Game Notes

Arena: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Home: Boston Bruins (19-12-4)

Away: Nashville Predators (22-12-2)

Milestone Watch

Patrice Bergeron enters this game just two goals away from 300 for his career.

Brad Marchand is five points shy of 500 for his career.

Boston’s Lineup

Forwards

Marchand-Bergeron-Heinen

Nordstrom-Krejci-Pastrnak

Donato-Cave-Backes

Kuraly-Acciari-Wagner

Defense

Krug-Carlo

Grzelcyk-McAvoy

Moore-Kampfer

Goalies

Halak

Rask

Nashville’s Lineup

Forwards

Hartman-Johansen-Fiala

Gaudreau-Turris-Rinaldo

Salomaki-Bonino-Watson

Grimaldi-Jarnkrok-Smith

Defense

Josi-Ellis

Hamhuis-Ekholm

Irwin-Weber

Goalies

Rinne

Saros

First Period

Neither team had any great scoring chances in the early moments of the game but the B’s looked to be alert making a few good defensive plays in the neutral zone. Bergeron seemed to be right back in his element as he showed no ill effects from his 16 game absence. Jaroslav Halak made a couple good stops towards the middle part of the period as the Bruins continued to try to find their footing.

The B’s had no issues with possession in the first half of the period but struggled to parlay that into many shots on goal. A strong shift by Danton Heinen nearly broke the tie but Pekka Rinne made a flurry of saves on the young forward to keep it scoreless. Another outstanding shift by Boston put immense pressure on the Predators but they weren’t able to solve Rinne.

After another solid shift, Bergeron buried a shot in front after a nice feed from Charlie McAvoy to give the Bruins the lead.

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The Bruins really seemed to find their legs towards the end of the period as they tried to push for more.

Score: 1-0 Bruins

Second Period

The B’s picked up right where they left off in the beginning of the second period with a couple of good scoring opportunities. The Bruins seemed to get a little careless in their own zone in the early moments of the period but Halak kept the Predators at bay. The Bruins skating game continued to be a positive as they held a healthy advantage in the possession category.

After a mad scramble in front of the Nashville net, McAvoy appeared to double the Bruins lead. But a challenge for goaltender interference resulted in the play being overturned, keeping it a one goal game

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The no goal call seemed to galvanize the Predators as they pushed very hard to tie the game but Halak was up to the task. A great indirect pass from Craig Smith right to Ryan Johansen tied the game up as Johansen buried his sixth goal of the season past Halak.

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The game began to get a bit physical towards the end of the period as both teams started to be aggressive with the body. The Bruins went to the penalty kill with about two minutes left in the period as Matt Grzelcyk took a very questionable hooking penalty. Johansen then negated the power play with an interference penalty which resulted in a four on four. The Bruins picked up a five on three power play after Mattias Ekholm finished up high on David Pastrnak at the end of the period.

Score: Tied 1-1

Third Period

The Bruins moved the puck very effectively on the five on three but weren’t able to find the back of the net. The Bruins finally did find the back of the net as Bergeron buried his 300th career goal on the power play to give the B’s the lead once again.

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The Predators got their second power play of the game as Grzelcyk went off for slashing with under 15 minutes to go. The Bruins killed the penalty as the Predators failed to get any significant scoring chances. The Predators stormed the Boston end following the power play and they looked to tie the game again. Kyle Turris eventually tied it with a wrist shot that beat Halak to knot the game at two.

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The Bruins would return to the man advantage as Pastrnak drew a tripping penalty after a good shift by Boston with under nine minutes to play. 13 seconds into the power play Marchand fired home the go ahead goal after a perfect pass from Pastrnak to give the Bruins a 3-2 lead.

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Pastrnak doubled the lead after a ridiculous play by Bergeron in the defensive zone. Number 88 fired home a one timer off of a feed from Marchand.

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Nashville pulled the goaltender with about two minutes to go and Sean Kuraly promptly scored on the empty net to ice the game.

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Final Score: 5-2 Bruins

Three Stars Of The Game

Third Star: Marchand. The winger was really solid in the victory as he totaled a goal and two assists.

Second Star: Pastrnak. Playing with Krejci, Pasta was really impressive all game long and continued his great season with a goal and two helpers.

First Star: Bergeron. No doubt about this one. The star center returned after a long absence and made his presence felt with a three point game.

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