It’s the last game of the regular season! And in a possible playoff preview, the opponent is the Lightning. And these two teams have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO PLAY FOR!
Drink it in, folks!
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The Bruins without David Krejci, Zdeno Chara, Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and The Mayor of Walpole Chris Wagner make easy work of the Minnesota Mild.
Truthfully, I skipped this game because watching Minnesota’s brand of hockey is something I have done enough of in my lifetime. It only took one playoff series to make me hate them for all eternity. I did come home in time for the last two goals, though, so I deserve credit for making those happen. Continue reading
“This is a product I have consumed”
The Bruins are in Minneapolis, for their final road game of the regular season, playing the Minnesota Wild, at the Xcel Energy Center, to be broadcast on NESN.
The Bruins prospect situation is whittling down with the NCAA tournament now and the CHL playoffs inching toward the Third Round. Several of the Bruins prospects have already joined Providence for their playoff push on ATO: Brandon Carlo, Rob O’Gara, Jesse Gabrielle, and Matt Grzelcyk (which I can now spell without Googling, woo!). Recently signed Danton Heinen also joins the Providence ranks.
The Bruins may be out of the playoffs, but their prospects aren’t.
The NCAA tournament resumed after
three and a half years a one-week week hiatus. Unfortunately, both Ryan Fitzgerald and Danton Heinen were respectively eliminated by Quinnipiac and North Dakota in the semi-finals. Here are your Bruins prospects point totals:
As the CHL playoffs rolled on, here’s the updated prospects points totals the week of 3-28 through 4-3.