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Oct 18, 2014
Rotoworld
Tuukka Rask continues to struggle against the Canadiens.
Stanley Cup of Chowder 2 hours ago
Tuesday Morning Skate: Keeping the Dream Alive

Tuesday Morning Skate: Keeping the Dream Alive

A little while back, we featured a comment in this space about Tuukka Rask joining the commenter's band onstage during a road trip. According to Buffalo.com, that dream could be closer to reality than fiction. Over the weekend in Buffalo, Rask apparently joined a local Buffalo band onstage for a song. So  you dont even need Ryan Spooner. The path is simple: Figure out where hockey players go after games for live music locally. Book a gig there when the Bruins are in town. ??? Profit!
Big Bad Blog | WEEI 17 hours ago

Video: Tuukka Rask plays drums for Buffalo band

We’ve seen a video game version of Brad Marchand play guitar, and now we get to see real life Tuukka Rask play drums. According to the Buffalo News, Rask and a few teammates went to a show at the Allentown music venue in Buffalo on Friday night while they were in town for Saturday night’s […]
Rotoworld Oct 18, 2014

Rask struggles against the Canadiens - Tuukka Rask (G) Boston Bruins

Tuukka Rask continues to struggle against the Canadiens.
Boston Herald Oct 17, 2014
Bruins stumble in Montreal

Bruins stumble in Montreal

MONTREAL — OK, well, the Bruins offense seems to be getting back on track. The defense? That was a very different matter last night at Bell Centre.The Bruins wasted a pretty good effort against their biggest rivals, thanks to some costly defensive mistakes, some bad bounces and maybe some less than peak-form goaltending from Tuukka Rask. The net result was a 6-4 Canadiens victory in front of a rapturous sellout crowd for the Habs’ home opener.
Boston Herald Oct 16, 2014
Defense fails Bruins in loss to Habs

Defense fails Bruins in loss to Habs

MONTREAL — OK, well, the Bruins offense seems to be getting back on track. The defense? That was another matter tonight at Bell Centre.The Bruins wasted a pretty good effort against their biggest rivals, thanks to some costly defensive mistakes, some bad bounces and maybe some less than peak-form goaltending from Tuukka Rask. The net result was a 6-4 Canadiens victory in front of a rapturous sellout crowd.

Rapid Reaction: Canadiens 6, Bruins 4

MONTREAL -- Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask continues to have his difficulties against the Montreal Canadiens. The reigning Vezina Trophy winner allowed five goals on 23 shots as the Canadiens posted a 6-4 victory Thursday night at Bell Centre. It was the rivals' first regular-season matchup since Montreal ousted the Bruins in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs last May. In 18 career regular-season games, Rask is 3-11-3 against the Canadiens.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 16, 2014
Bruins vs. Habs Preview: The Real Rivalry Night Returns!

Bruins vs. Habs Preview: The Real Rivalry Night Returns!

Just the Facts: Game Time: 7:30 PM, Bell Centre. TV Broadcast: NBCSN, RDS. Radio Broadcast: 98.5 The Sports Hub Rival SB Nation Site: Eyes On The Prize Season Record: Bruins: 2-3-0 | Canadiens 3-1-0 Habs Lines: (PASTE TABLE HTML HERE) Bruins Lines: Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Seth Griffith Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - Reilly Smith Chris Kelly - Carl Soderberg - Loui Eriksson Daniel Paille - Ryan Spooner - Simon Gagne Zdeno Chara - Dougie Hamilton Dennis Seidenberg - Adam McQuaid Torey Krug - Kevan Miller Goaltenders: Tuukka Rask, Niklas Svedberg Game Notes: Blah blah revenge game...

Rapid Reaction: Bruins 2, Flyers 1

BOSTON -- Game No. 1 of 82 is in the books for the Bruins, and they began the 2014-15 regular season with a 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers Wednesday night at TD Garden. Chris Kelly scored the winning goal at 18:09 of the third period as the Bruins improved to 38-36-16 in season-opening games. The Bruins' Reilly Smith also scored, while goaltender Tuukka Rask finished with 19 saves. It wasn't the best played game for either team, but it was the season opener and Boston found a way to grind out a win.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Sep 27, 2014

Preview: Bruins at Red Wings, 7 PM

Hey, remember when the Bruins won both playoff games here last year? Good times. Just the facts: Game time: 7 PM, Joe Louis Arena TV Broadcast: None Radio Broadcast: Doesn't look like it Rival Site: Winging it in Motown Preseason record: Bruins: 1-1-1 | Red Wings: 2-0-1 Game notes: If a hockey game is played but isn't broadcast anywhere, does it make a sound? What? Milan Lucic may get into his first preseason game tonight, so that's cool. With Niklas Svedberg going the distance last night, logic dictates Tuukka Rask, Jeremy Smith or Malcolm Subban will be between the pipes tonight. What...

Krejci committed to earning his keep

BOSTON -- After Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask signed an eight-year, $56 million contract prior to the 2013-14 season, he said numerous times that he wanted to earn every penny of his new deal. He delivered on that promise in Year 1 and helped the Bruins to the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s best regular-season team, and in the process won his first Vezina Trophy. But as a team, the Bruins came up excruciatingly short of their potential and lost to the Montreal Canadiens in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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