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Jan 22, 2015
Rotoworld
Tuukka Rask made 34 saves but took the 3-2 shootout loss to Colorado on Wednesday night.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 23, 2015

Fresh Links: Hiatus Edition

Most of the league is on hiatus, but not Patrice Bergeron and the NHL All-Stars. Happy All-Star Break! The Bruins have closed the first half of their season on an upward trend. That's a good thing, as the road ahead will be challenging. [BostonHerald] Thre are a lot of factors to explain the team's recent turnaround. [ESPN] Going into the break, here are seven observations, including what influences Tuukka Rask 's workload, upcoming free agency, and which player's continued health will be critical to future success. [MetroWestDailyNews] Rask looking more like himself...
Rotoworld Jan 22, 2015

Tuukka Rask oustanding in 3-2 SO loss - Tuukka Rask (G) Boston Bruins

Tuukka Rask made 34 saves but took the 3-2 shootout loss to Colorado on Wednesday night.
Boston Herald Jan 21, 2015
Rask, Hamilton lead Bruins to 3-1 win over Stars

Rask, Hamilton lead Bruins to 3-1 win over Stars

DALLAS — Tuukka Rask was a busy man in the middle of an entertaining game.Rask made 36 saves, and Dougie Hamilton had a goal and an assist to lead the Boston Bruins past the Dallas Stars 3-1 on Tuesday night."It was a fun game to watch, I bet," Rask said. "There were a lot of chances on both sides, a lot of power plays."Dallas outshot the Bruins 37-27, but Rask got help from his defense.
Defending Big D Jan 20, 2015

Power Play Fruitless Again as Dallas Stars Fall 3-1 to Boston Bruins

That's a sour one to sit on for seven days. As sweet as a 6-3 victory was at the United Center against those Chicago Blackhawks Sunday, the Dallas Stars' loss to the Bruins Tuesday was equally bitter. They put four pucks behind Tuuka Rask that the Bruins' goaltender surely felt he needed to stop at the time- But three of them hit the post, with only Vern Fiddler's second-period backhand finding twine. Kari Lehtonen had the much more challenging workload on the other end and sparkled through the game's first 30 minutes before the quality of the chances finally overtook him. The power play,...
The Cannon Jan 17, 2015

Game 43 Recap: Jackets Steal One in Boston

On the second night of a back-to-back, the Jackets willed themselves to a victory over the streaking Bruins. One night after losing a tough one to the New York Rangers, the Jackets traveled to Boston looking to end the Bruins' five-game winning streak. The goaltending matchup featured Curtis McElhinney opposite Tuukka Rask. The Jackets opened the game with a new line of Scott Hartnell and Josh Anderson flanking Brandon Dubinsky. The trio would go on to have a terrific night, winning battles and giving the Boston defenders fits in their end. It was clear that Anderson was fueled by...

Rapid Reaction: Blue Jackets 3, Bruins 1

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins' winning streak has ended. The Columbus Blue Jackets posted a 3-1 win Saturday night at TD Garden, ending Boston's run of five straight wins. Matt Calvert scored the game-winning goal at 16:57 of the third period. Calvert added an empty-net goal with 37.3 seconds remaining in regulation. Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask continued his string of solid games and finished with 28 saves. It was his first regulation loss in his last 11 starts (7-1-3).

Rask's raised game brings out B's best

BOSTON -- When the Boston Bruins were struggling, coach Claude Julien made the comment that goaltender Tuukka Rask hadn’t stood on his head much this season. It was a fair statement. The reigning Vezina Trophy winner hadn’t played his best, but the team’s overall play wasn’t very productive, either. Now, the Bruins are playing their best hockey of the season and in the midst of a five-game winning streak with Rask leading the way.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 16, 2015

Fresh Links: Turnaround Edition

The healthy, energized Bruins are on a tear. So, how do you like the Bruins now? The Rangers were sent packing in a shutout win. Five straight wins. Top opponent. Goals scored. Responsible defense. Welcome back, Bruins. [TheBostonGlobe] The Bruins did not fold under their opponent's speedy attack as they tended to do earlier this season, instead they stayed with the game plan. [PatriotLedger] Tuukka Rask got the shutout, acknowledging that strange bounces, deflections, and post strikes are no longer always going against the Bruins. [TheBostonGlobe] In this turnaround...
Boston Herald Jan 15, 2015
Tuukka Rask, Bruins shut down Rangers

Tuukka Rask, Bruins shut down Rangers

After a couple of dire months for the Bruins, the good times are rolling again on Causeway Street.The B’s tonight got a goal in each period from three different lines and some terrific goaltending from Tuukka Rask to beat a New York Rangers team that had won 13 of its previous 15 games.Patrice Bergeron scored in the first, David Krejci notched one in the third and Loui Eriksson nailed it down with a tally midway through the third to lead the B’s to the 3-0 victory.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Jan 15, 2015

Five things we learned as Tuukka Rask shuts out Rangers to improve Bruins winning streak to five games

The Bruins have started rewarding Tuukka Rask with some offense and, therefore, wins. On Thursday, the reigning Vezina winner returned the favor. Rask stopped three Rangers breakaways and recorded his second shutout of the season as the Bruins extended their season-best winning streak to five games with a 3-0 victory over the Rangers at TD […]

Rapid Reaction: Bruins 4, Lightning 3

BOSTON -- Bruins rookie David Pastrnak provided his second two-goal performance in as many games to help extend Boston's winning streak to four games with a 4-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night at TD Garden. Along with Pastrnak's two goals, Brad Marchand and Milan Lucic also scored for the Bruins, while goaltender Tuukka Rask finished with 16 saves. The Lightning's Steven Stamkos scored a pair of goals, his 24th and 25th of the season.

Rask searching for Vezina-worthy form

BOSTON -- Tuukka Rask knows he's not having a Vezina Trophy-worthy season. The Boston Bruins goaltender won the award as the NHL's best in 2013-2014, but his prowess has faded a bit this season. There are a few reasons for that, including the team's overall struggles and significant injuries to Bruins defensemen. Regardless, he is the last line of defense, so when the puck does go in, the goaltender is the easy one to blame. Rask, win or lose, tells it like it is.

Takeaways from B's OT win at Pittsburgh

The Boston Bruins actually won a game in overtime, posting a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Patrice Bergeron scored a pair of goals, including the winning tally in OT. With the victory, the Bruins are 5-2-5 in their last 12 games. Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask turned in a solid performance with 37 saves. While the Penguins outshot the Bruins 39-24, Rask made many timely saves to keep Boston in the game.

Tweet Salad

The Bruins missed 100% of the shots they didn't take. Awesome move by the Canadian crowd after Godla got robbed of game MVP. https://t.co/KqcCQw6B7K — Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) January 5, 2015 "As cool as the other side of the pillow" one of the greatest lines in sportscenter history. RIP Stuart Scott #SportsCenter #StuartScott — David Warsofsky (@DaveWarsofsky5) January 4, 2015 Ten minutes into practice, Bruins have zero SOG pic.twitter.com/LM2XCQvE9C — DJ Bean (@DJ_Bean) January 5, 2015 Bruins have won 3 of the last 8 games in which Tuukka Rask...
Boston Herald Jan 4, 2015
Bruins Notebook: No net gain for Tuukka Rask

Bruins Notebook: No net gain for Tuukka Rask

Tuukka Rask’s year has been like a microcosm of the entire Bruins season so far.There are times when it looks like he’s going to break out of his season-long mediocrity, then he’ll allow another goal that he’d like to have back.

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