10:01 AM EST, Mon November 24, 2014

Fantasy Update

22 hours ago
Tuukka Rask dropped another game to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.
Rotoworld 22 hours ago

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Tuukka Rask dropped another game to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Rask can’t break frustrating Hab-it

Rask can’t break frustrating Hab-it

Tuukka Rask played well against the Montreal Canadiens, but still couldn’t come away with a victory against his biggest adversary, as his counterpart in Red and Blue was perfect against the Bruins.Carey Price stopped all 33 Bruins shots that he faced, and recorded his first career shutout in Boston. Rask’s struggles against Montreal have been well-documented, and he fell to 3-12-3 against the Habs in the regular season. However, in this 2-0 defeat nobody could fault the goaltender.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 22, 2014

GIF Recap: Habs 2, Bruins 0

Another loss to the hated northern rivals. Andrei Markov starts the scoring with a PPG Tuukka Rask never saw. Gregory Campbell and Dale Weise dropped the gloves. Daniel Paille puts Alexei Emelin in the bench, one of the Bruins' lone highlights. Tomas Plekanec makes it 2-0. Patrice Bergeron gets called for a semi-controversial delay of game penalty. Torey Krug and Alex Galchenyuk get in a late scrap. All gifs via @myregularface
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 21, 2014

Tweet Salad

The Bruins will take a 'Bus ride tonight... How many F Bombs can you count in 2 minutes? #iBlackedOut https://t.co/sRVuqkDZ02 (photo via Alvarez/AP) pic.twitter.com/YAlYKjOCFB— Bobby Robins (@BobbyRobinsPro) November 20, 2014 6 on #NHLrank is Tuukka Rask. Gaudy numbers. Never under .900 sv % in regular season or playoffs. Only 27 years old. Long career ahead. — John Buccigross (@Buccigross) November 21, 2014 Fairly certain ribbon cuttings are the most manual labor Charlie Jacobs has ever done in his life. — Movembergeron (@WeberKing) November 20, 2014 just...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 19, 2014

Fresh Links: Blue By You Edition

The Bruins looked like the Bruins last night... and how about those Predators beating the Leafs 9-2? St. Louis is singin' the Blues after last night's game. For the Bruins, a sharp Tuukka Rask and a solid Matt Bartkowski paved the way. [TheBostonGlobe] Bartkowski's return to form speaks to his and his coaches' willingness to work. [TheBostonGlobe] Patrice Bergeron capitalized on the results of Matt Fraser's forechecking, and Torey Krug scored. And of course, there was a waved-off goal. [ProvidenceJournal] Fraser is ready to do what is asked of him. Old friend Michael Ryder, who knew...
St. Louis Game Time Nov 19, 2014

Wednesday Links - At Least We're Not the Leafs

Not so fun times at the ol' hockey barn last night. But at least the Blues aren't the Leafs. Also, if you never watch another Keith Olbermann video again, fine . . . but please do watch this one, it is so awesome. Well. At least the Blues aren't a certain team from southern Ontario. Which we'll get into later. A bit. By the way, I just got back from Salt Lake City tonight. And lemme tell ya, if you think it's full of Mormons and jerks . . . well, it could be, but I didn't see them. I totally want to move there. BLUES NEWS: Tuukka Rask did a good job. Ian Cole did not, and neither did the...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 19, 2014

Tuukka Rask: ‘When we play Bruins hockey, we can beat anybody’

For one of the few times this season, Tuukka Rask felt like the Bruins showed their true potential. Maybe it was his 33 saves in a 2-0 shutout over the Blues. Maybe it was the better play he saw in front of him in the defensive zone. Or maybe it was just beating a team […]
Boston Herald Nov 19, 2014
Tuukka Rask up to the task

Tuukka Rask up to the task

The victory was far from the dominant kind that we’d gotten used to seeing from the Bruins in recent years. And when you look at the scoresheet and see that the St. Louis Blues outshot the Bruins 33-17, one might surmise that the B’s were lucky to escape the Garden with a win.
Boston Globe Nov 18, 2014

Boston Bruins 2-0 Win Over St. Louis Blues in .Gifs

The Bruins defeated the Blues 2-0, improving to 6-0 in their last six home games. It was Tuukka Rask’s first shutout of the season. With 33 saves on the night, Rask was by far the number one star and played his best game of the season.
Boston Globe Nov 18, 2014

The Only Thing You Need to Know About the Bruins’ Win Over the Blues

Tuukka Rask had one of his finest showings of the season in the Bruins’ 2-0 win over the St. Louis Blues, pitching a shutout against a team that entered the night having won 10 of their previous 11 games.
Boston Herald Nov 18, 2014
Tuukka Rask, Bruins hold off Blues

Tuukka Rask, Bruins hold off Blues

It was not the dominant kind of victory like we’ve gotten used to seeing from the Bruins over recent years. But all things considered, it was their biggest win of the season over a high quality opponent.The Bruins got a first-period goal from Patrice Bergeron, a second-period tally from Torey Krug and then leaned on Tuukka Rask (33 saves) in the third to hang on for a 2-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
Boston Herald Nov 16, 2014
Tuukka Rask comes back to form

Tuukka Rask comes back to form

Following their two-game nightmare on the road, the Bruins needed a strong performance from their goaltender in yesterday’s return to the Garden ice.Tuukka Rask delivered just that yesterday with 33 saves in the Bruins’ 2-1 win against the Carolina Hurricanes.In the team’s previous two games, at Toronto and at Montreal, Rask and Niklas Svedberg allowed a combined 11 goals in blowout losses. The Vezina Trophy-winning Rask knew he needed to be better, and against the Hurricanes he was.
Boston Globe Nov 15, 2014

In Win Over Hurricanes, Bruins Keep Calm and Rask On

The always calm and confident Tuukka Rask compiled a stellar performance on Saturday and sparked the Bruins to a 2-1 victory against the Hurricanes.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 15, 2014

GIF Recap: Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1, Seth Griffith does the thing again

Someday! Someday, Seth Griffith will score a normal NHL goal. Unfortunately for Cam Ward, tonight he got another weird bounce for the first goal of the game. The Bruins scored again at the end of the first period and didn't play badly for the remainder of the game, but didn't score again, either. At this point I think "didn't play like a garbage fire" is something we have to be happy with, unfortunately. Tuukka Rask had a fantastic game, Claude played the fourth line in a few too many weird situations, Daniel Paille almost scored but Gregory Campbell ruined it because fourth line, and no...
Boston Herald Nov 15, 2014
Tuukka Rask, Bruins know what must occur

Tuukka Rask, Bruins know what must occur

WILMINGTON — It is no secret that Tuukka Rask has his issues with Montreal. He’s got a lifetime 3-11-3 record vs. the Canadiens with a .902 save percentage and a 2.80 goals-against average.If the Bruins are ever going to get over the hump that the Habs are, their No. 1 goalie will need to work his way through it.

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