Krug’s presence on the power play has been invaluable to making the Bruins a more threatening offensive club in 2013-14, and his overall contributions have landed him in the running for NHL’s rookie of the year honors.
Krug “just kind of hung around” while on vacation in Mexico and only recently started watching the Olympic games upon his return, adding, “It looks like a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to the game tomorrow.” He of course is not referring to Finland vs. Sweden
Tuukka Rask sent the Russians packing, as the tournament hosts will not receive a medal at the 2014 games.
Over/Under 25 home runs for Will Middlebrooks in 2014? Over/Under 3.5 snowstorms the rest of the winter? Play along!
After a bad month (or more) for the Bruins leading up to the Sochi games, Tuukka Rask’s debut in net for Team Finland featured 4 goals allowed on just 20 shots. Even still, Dave Goucher is not concerned.
It looks like it’ll be Tuukka’s time in the Finnish opener in Sochi,
The Bruins can get back to and win another Stanley Cup, but their one weakness is their lack of team speed.
While we’re using the upcoming two-plus weeks without an actual Bruins game to conjure up trades general manager Peter Chiarelli can make between the end of the Olympic trade freeze and the March 5 trade deadline, we’re going to have to lower our expectations.
Even in defeat, Thursday night’s game in St. Louis spoke volumes to Michael Felger about the prospect of another Stanley Cup Finals appearance from the Boston Bruins.
A win would’ve been nice, but it’s always good to get the point.