After a 2-1 win against the New York Islanders, the Bruins are back at the garden, with an opponent with some familar faces.
Former Bruins Jarome Iginla and Carl Soderberg will make their returns to Boston, with Soderberg’s first return since his 5 year, $23.5 million dollar contract signing in Colorado this past season. This contract has a NTC in the first 2 years and Limited NTC in the other 3.
Here are your projected lineups:
Matt Beleskey-Patrice Bergeron-Brett Connolly
Loui Eriksson-David Krejci-Frank Vatrano
Brad Marchand-Ryan Spooner-Jimmy Hayes
Zac Rinaldo-Joonas Kemppainen-Tyler Randell
Zdeno Chara-Colin Miller
Torey Krug-Adam McQuaid
Joe Morrow-Kevan Miller
INJURIES: Dennis Seidenberg (Back), Chris Kelly (Knee), and David Pastrnak (Foot)
*Krug did not practice on 11/10, but should be able to play.
SCRATCHES: Zach Trotman
Interesting Notes: Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand were seperated and played on separate lines last game against the New York Islanders. The separation proved to be a success, as Bergeron had a goal and an assist, and Marchand recorded an assist. The Bruins have allowed Power Play goals in 12 of their last 14 games. (Boychuk scored a PPG last game vs NYI)
Gabriel Landeskog-Nathan MacKinnon-Matt Duchene
Blake Comeau-Carl Soderberg-Jarome Iginla
Cody McLeod-Mikhail Grigorenko-Dennis Everberg
Andreas Martinsen-Ben Street-Jack Skille
Francois Beauchemin-Erik Johnson
Nick Holden-Tyson Barrie
Brandon Gormley-Brad Stuart
INJURIES: John Michell (Oblique), Alex Tanguay (Knee), Jesse Winchester (Concussion), Semyon Varlamov (Groin)
SCRATCHES: Nate Guenin
Interesting Notes: Semyon Varlamov was announced as day to day on 11/11 with a groin injury. With this, Colorado recalled Goaltender Calvin Pickard from San Antonio. John Mitchell, who is recovering from an injury to his oblique, could return.