News – US – B wants to jump back vs. Rangers


The good news for the Bruins is that the taste of Uniondale horror on Thursday doesn’t have to stay with them too long Friday is coming to Manhattan with a shift for a Friday night head to head with the Rangers

“I think it will be good for us,” said Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy of the opportunity to recover before the Bruins. “We had a positive experience in Tahoe so I think that’s on the mind the boys is still fresh I don’t think we’re down. We had a lousy 20 minutes [Thursday] Otherwise I went into the third round thinking we’d be right there for 40 minutes – maybe even on the better team at the end of the day we have to flush that and learn from it ”

This might be the perfect opponent for the Bruins to do just that, with their third of eight meetings with the Blueshirts in 2021 and with minds at relatively strong levels in both meetings, the scoreboard has the Bruins in too favored both previous encounters, with the Bruins having both won head-to-head so far, including a 1-0 win in February 12

The Rangers are taking part in this competition even without striker Kaapo Kakko and defender K’Andre Miller due to COVID-19 problems, still without defender Jacob Trouba (broken thumb) and with superstar wing Artemi Panarin due to a personal leave of absence

“I think the other part is that people want to get back to it,” said Cassidy. “They don’t like to let a time like this linger so long. So that’s the positive part of being back to back”

Rask is 7-2-1 with a 901 percent of the year save and with a 10-8-4 record and stepping into action 921 percent save in 24 career games against the Rangers

New York counters with Alexandar Georgiev The 25-year-old has a 2-2-2 record and 893 percent save in the season Georgiev stopped 29 of 32 shots in overtime against the B on February 10

The Bruins have won four games on the road against the Rangers since October 2019, yet another win and it will be the longest streak on the road from Black and Gold at Madison Square Garden in a run of five games from December 1981 to Oct 1984

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News – US – B wants to bounce back against Rangers
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