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Last Word on Hockey Jun 14, 2019
NHL Injuries Like Jake DeBrusk of Boston Bruins Push Envelope

NHL Injuries Like Jake DeBrusk of Boston Bruins Push Envelope

NHL injuries always penetrate most post-playoff conversation. After Friday's list of the Boston Bruins' injuries surfaced, so do questions of NHL player's safety. NHL injuries are always the big news after the Stanley Cup is raised. The most shocking listed is Jake DeBrusk's concussion, likely suffered in Game 2 of the First Round one against the Toronto Maple Leafs. In the race for Lord Stanley, players and team staff continue to turn a dangerous blind eye at player safety. This trend isn't new and it needs to change. NHL Injuries Hit Alarming Heights In order to understand how the NHL...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jun 12, 2019
Projected Lines: Game 7

Projected Lines: Game 7

Who’s in it to win it? Dont suspect there will be much tinkering here, given that it worked for Game 6. Here’s what we’ll likely see: Forwards Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - Karson Kuhlman Marcus Johansson - Charlie Coyle - Danton Heinen Joakim Nordstrom - Sean Kuraly - Noel Acciari Defense Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug - Brandon Carlo John Moore - Connor Clifton Goalie Tuukka Rask
Sportsnet.ca Jun 6, 2019
Torey Krug shakes off high stick, feeds Jake DeBrusk for one-timer

Torey Krug shakes off high stick, feeds Jake DeBrusk for one-timer

Watch as Torey Krug shakes off a high stick and feeds Jake DeBrusk who hammers a one-timer past Jordan Binnington. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Causeway Crowd Jun 6, 2019

Boston Bruins: Where has Jake DeBrusk gone this series?

As the Boston Bruins sit tied 2-2 with the St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup Final, it may be time to start pointing fingers as the Bruins have shown they’re capable of dominating. The second line has been brutal all series long which leaves us fans to ask a question. Where has Jake DeBrusk […] Boston Bruins: Where has Jake DeBrusk gone this series? - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Game 4 lines: Dunn deal

Game 4 lines: Dunn deal

St. Louis is making some tweaks. While the Bruins have a defenseman on the shelf, the Blues are getting one back. So looks like Sundqvist in for Fabbri, Dunn in for Bortuzzo. #stlblues— Jeremy Rutherford (@jprutherford) June 3, 2019 Per those that follow the team, Vince Dunn's return is a boost for the Blues. Robert Bortuzzo hasn't been great, so this is probably an improvement. For the Bruins, they're going with the status quo: Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - David Backes Marcus Johansson - Charlie Coyle - Danton Heinen Joakim...
The Hockey Writers Jun 3, 2019

Poetry on Ice: Bruins’ Potent Power Play is Key to Cup Final

ST. LOUIS — Patrice Bergeron wins the faceoff and Jake DeBrusk retrieves the puck for Torey Krug, who waits just long enough for Bergeron to set up and shoots it at his stick for a textbook deflection goal. This is the Boston Bruins' masterful power pl... The post Poetry on Ice: Bruins’ Potent Power Play is Key to Cup Final appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

Poetry on ice: Bruins' potent power play is key to Cup Final

Patrice Bergeron wins the faceoff and Jake DeBrusk retrieves the puck for Torey Krug, who waits just long enough for Bergeron to set up and shoots it at his stick for a textbook deflection goal.
Sportsnet.ca Jun 1, 2019
Blues, Bruins start Game 3 with massive hits from McAvoy, Blais

Blues, Bruins start Game 3 with massive hits from McAvoy, Blais

The Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues get out to an explosive start in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals, with Charlie McAvoy and Samuel Blais throwing big hits before Jake DeBrusk takes a penalty. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Bruins Game 3 lines: Moore to love

Bruins Game 3 lines: Moore to love

Bruce Cassidy is going with the safe choice on defense. The Bruins really only had one decision to make before tonight’s Game 3, and Bruce Cassidy elected to go with the safe one: John Moore will draw into the lineup in place of the injured Matt Grzelcyk. Moore last played in Game 4 of the Carolina series. He’s the easy choice, with the wild card being Urho Vaakanainen and the other option being Steven Kampfer. The rest of the lines should look pretty familiar. Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - David Backes Marcus Johansson - Charlie Coyle -...
Sportsnet.ca May 29, 2019
Bruins’ DeBrusk feeds Coyle to open scoring in Game 2

Bruins’ DeBrusk feeds Coyle to open scoring in Game 2

Watch as Jake DeBrusk makes a great pass to a wide open Charlie Coyle to open the scoring in Game 2. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers May 29, 2019

Blues Must Slow Down Bruins in Stanley Cup Final

BOSTON — Jake DeBrusk got a step on Robert Bortuzzo and he was off to the races. Despite missing the net on the breakaway, the message was already sent. Two minutes into the Stanley Cup Final, the Boston Bruins flashed the speed and skill that got them... The post Blues Must Slow Down Bruins in Stanley Cup Final appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
NESN.com May 29, 2019

Jake DeBrusk Appreciated Emotional Boost From Torey Krug’s Game 1 Hit

The Boston Bruins took a 1-0 series lead in their Stanley Cup Final matchup with the St. Louis Blues on... Read More »

Blues must try to slow down Bruins in Stanley Cup Final

Jake DeBrusk got a step on Robert Bortuzzo and he was off to the races.
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 27, 2019
RECAP: Boston Bruins stave off a late push from St. Louis, defeat Blues 4-2 in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Finals

RECAP: Boston Bruins stave off a late push from St. Louis, defeat Blues 4-2 in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Finals

Boston overcame a first-period deficit, and more. First Period Bruins came out hard, but Blues had energy to match. Charlie McAvoy looked a little skittish on his first pass of the game but settled down quickly. Sean Kuraly took a tripping penalty early, and Boston was able to kill it off without the Blues getting much by way of chances. They did get zone time but Boston was able to keep it to the perimeter. After the kill, Boston got their non-PP-heavy unit of Jake DeBrusk, David Krejci, and David Backes on the ice, and after some sustained pressure from the Blues, the B’s forwards...
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 27, 2019
Projected Lines: St. Louis Blues at Boston Bruins, SCF Game 1

Projected Lines: St. Louis Blues at Boston Bruins, SCF Game 1

Did everyone survive practices and the scrimmage unscathed? Here they are - your SCF Game 1 lineups: Boston Bruins Forwards Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - David Backes Marcus Johansson - Charlie Coyle - Danton Heinen Joakim Nordstrom - Sean Kuraly - Noel Acciari Defense Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug - Brandon Carlo Matt Grzelcyk - Connor Clifton Goalies Tuukka Rask (starting) Jaroslav Halak St. Louis Blues Check out our editor Dan’s comprehensive overview on the Blues’ lineup coming out of their series against the San Jose...

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