Bruins Going With Anton Khudobin In Net Against PenguinsBruce Cassidy is riding the hot hand in net as the Bruins host the Pittsburgh Penguins in their annual Black Friday matinee at the TD Garden.
Red-Hot Khudobin Staying Grounded During Personal Point Streak"You have to go over it and you have to get the job done as this role and then maybe you have a chance somewhere else or whatever.”
Bruce Cassidy Leaves Door Open On Anton Khudobin Starting Over Tuukka Rask On SaturdayB's coach Bruce Cassidy is at least considering giving Khudobin a second straight start when the Bruins close out their West Coast swing on Saturday in San Jose.
Kalman: Observations On Chara, Heinen, Rask And Khudobin From Bruins’ SoCal SplitHere are some post-SoCal Bruins observations while they get ready to finish their three-game road trip at San Jose on Saturday:
Bruins Hold Themselves Accountable For Team-Wide Breakdown In Loss To KingsThe Bruins showed some accountability and look to turn the page after a shocking last-second loss.
Tuukka Rask Cleared To Play, But Will Be Backup Vs. SharksRask will be back with the Bruins against the Sharks, but on the bench as he backs up Anton Khudobin.
Rask, Bergeron Return To Bruins Practice; Krejci Remains OutRask could be on track to return as soon as Thursday, while Krejci remains day-to-day.
Rask Closer To Returning From Concussion For BruinsTuukka Rask skated on Monday and could practice on Tuesday with a chance to return on Saturday.
Kalman: ‘Erratic’ Khudobin Proving Life Without Rask Could Become Intolerable For BruinsThe Buffalo Sabres figured out how to beat Anton Khudobin just a period and a half into the game Saturday.
Tuukka Rask Diagnosed With Concussion, Out Thursday Vs. CanucksTuukka Rask is out Thursday, but David Backes is back and Patrice Bergeron could return.
Tuukka Rask Helped Off Ice After Being Injured In PracticeTuukka Rask had to be helped off the ice after suffering an injury during practice.
Bruins Shut Out By Avalanche 4-0 In Garden MatineeSemyon Varlamov stopped 29 shots, Nail Yakupov scored two goals and the Colorado Avalanche continued their recent success in Boston with a 4-0 win over the Bruins on Monday.