It’s all but a done deal that the NHL will return without finishing up the regular season. I mean, that is fine; most teams had an average of about 12 games remaining. However, the alternative might not be as palatable. Continue reading →
The Bruins will face the Sens today for their very last — and super important — regular season game. Puck will be dropped at 12:30, and the game is on NESN+. There’s not a hell of a lot of info out there right now, but we know one thing:
Rask is on ice but Jeremy Smith called up on emergency basis. Smith was first on ice. Mystery.
The Bruins are in St. Louis tonight to take on the surging Blues. Things haven’t been so great in Bruinland these days, as we dropped our last game to the Devils, who are out out of the playoff picture completely. Wouldn’t it be nice if the Blues thought this game was an April Fools’ prank and stayed home? Those are two points I know I’d be happy with.
Everything is a mystery. The Bruins had an optional morning skate. Most of the guys who you think “Hey, he might need some practice” showed up for practice. Some other guys did not. What will the lines look like? It’s a crapshoot.
Optional skate in St. Louis for the Bruins. Head Coach Claude Julien's media availability will take place at 11:40 a.m. local (12:40 ET).