For Bruins’ Tuukka Rask There’s More To Life Than Hockey

By: Pasi Tuominen  |  Follow Me On Twitter @pasituominen

Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask is one of the best in his trade but make no mistake: this is a guy who values life off the ice as well.

After 34 starts in the 2019–2020 season, Rask ranks among the top goaltenders in the NHL. Coming into the season wasn’t easy, though. No one needs to be reminded of what happened

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Celebrating A Bruins' 500th Career Game

By: Michael DiGiorgio  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio

Jaroslav Halak celebrated his 500th career NHL game on December 9, 2019, at the TD Garden. The Bruins hosted the stingy Carolina Hurricanes on a snowy night. The game featured a lackluster offensive showing on both sides. Neither team found a quality scoring chance until four minutes left in the third. The Bruins scored two goals in two minutes, one of

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Bruins Goalies Rebounding After Tough Opening Night

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins(Photo Credit: NESN.com)

By: Jamie Gatlin  | Follow Me On Twitter: @JamieGatlin1217

Throughout every season teams face adversity in a variety of ways. For the Bruins, their first test came following a humiliating opening night defeat. Starter Tuukka Rask was pulled after allowing five goals on 19 shots. Jaroslav Halak did better in relief but still allowed two goals as the Capitals went on to win 7-0. This caused concern

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Halak Already Proves He’s Reliable for Bruins

Bruins Sabres Hockey(Photo Credit: Boston Herald)

By: Ian Smith | Follow Me on Twitter @IanMalcolmSmith

The Boston Bruins made the decision to sign Jaroslav Halak as a free agent this offseason to serve as Tuukka Rask’s backup goaltender. The contract Halak received was for two years and $5.5 million, and the Bruins can expect him to be a solid backup when Rask needs a breather.

Rask has averaged about 62 games per

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Welcome Back To Boston: Best Bruins Reunions!

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @Evan007onTV

Forget Mr. Gabe Kotter, it’s time to “Welcome Back” a few fan favorites (or forgetfuls) of the Bruins who took two turns thru town during their illustrious careers wearing the spoked-B. From players to coaches to player-coaches, even a couple of broadcasters and general managers, these Bruins enjoyed lengthy hockey careers with stints in Boston separated

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For The Bruins, Tuukka Rask Is Still #1

 

By: Tyler Aragao | Follow Me On Twitter: @TylerAragao40

Tuukka Rask has become somewhat of a lightning rod in Boston. Often labeled a “choker,” “quitter,” or “soft” by some Bruins fans the Finnish backstop also gets criticism for his contract and seemingly any goal he concedes.

The hate is irrational as it feels like the stinging pain from that 2013 defeat to the Chicago Blackhawks still resonates. However, that

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B’s Dip Into Hurricanes’ Depth Again, Sign Nordstrom to 2 Year Deal.

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Remember when the Bruins took a chance on some guy from Carolina 2 years ago in free agency, and he turned into a 3rd Line Center of every B’s fan’s dreams? Joakim Nordstrom may not be Riley Nash, but apparently, the Bruins are comfortable using the Hurricanes’ bottom half of the roster as their depth farm system. The Bruins signed Nordstrom,

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