Hampus Lindholm is paired off with Brandon Carlo on the second defensive pairing. The Boston Bruins take on the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 2, hoping to tie up the series at one apiece after a 5-1 Game 1 loss. Lindholm is expected to play a ton of minutes for the...
Carlo (undisclosed) is on track to return to the lineup Saturday versus Pittsburgh, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports. Carlo will likely return to a bottom-four role against the Penguins. He's tallied 15 points through 71 contests this season.
Carlo (undisclosed) is set to miss out versus Ottawa on Thursday, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Carlo has just one goal in his last 19 contests while chipping in four assists, so fantasy players shouldn't be banking on him suddenly producing in the offensive end. Still, the blueliner's absence will stretch the Bruins' defense considering Hampus Lindholm (lower body) is also sidelined.
The Boston Bruins’ injury list continues to grow, with defenseman Brandon Carlo the latest to go down. Carlo left in the first period of Tuesday night’s loss to the St. Louis Blues with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
With Hampus Lindholm and Matt Grzelcyk sidelined the Bruins were already playing defense combinations they’d rather avoid and some players more minutes than they wanted to. So when Brandon Carlo left Tuesday’s 4-2 loss to the Blues with an undisclosed injury, Boston was forced to scramble even more.
It was a tough night for the Boston Bruins. Boston was defeated by the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night as former Bruins defenseman Torey Krug scored one of the four Blues goals on the night. Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy talked with the media to discuss the loss and...
Carlo (undisclosed) is unlikely to return to Tuesday's game versus the Blues. Carlo was hurt midway through the first period of the contest. The defenseman didn't return during the second and probably won't be back for the rest of the game. He's logged a goal and two assists in his last nine outings as a mostly defensive presence in the top four. His status should be updated before Thursday's game versus the Senators.
When the Boston Bruins drafted defenseman Brandon Carlo out of the Western Hockey League in 2015 (2nd round, 37th overall), it proved to be one of the few, if not only, bright spots that day in the now-infamous draft for the franchise in the Don Sweeney-era. And rightly so, as...
Where Hampus Lindholm begins his Boston Bruins career isn’t necessarily where he’ll finish it. Bruce Cassidy revealed Wednesday he’ll slot the newly acquired defenseman alongside Charlie McAvoy on Boston’s top defensive pairing Thursday at TD Garden when the Bruins host the Tampa Bay Lightning. However, that doesn’t mean the Lindholm-McAvoy axis will be permanent. Although the Bruins intend to use Lindholm in a top-four role, Cassidy plans to experiment in order to discover whether the 28-year-old fits better with McAvoy or Brandon Carlo.
Carlo produced an assist, four blocked shots, two hits and two shots on net in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Golden Knights. Carlo helped out on Craig Smith's hat-trick tally in the third period. In his last two games, Carlo's picked up a goal and two helpers with a plus-3 rating. The defenseman typically doesn't get that involved on offense, as he's picked up 11 points, 96 shots on net, 94 hits, 77 blocked shots and a plus-4 rating through 53 outings overall.
Carlo scored a goal on five shots, dished an assist and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Ducks. Carlo had a shot tipped in by Nick Foligno in the first period before scoring a goal of his own in the second. With four points in his last six outings, Carlo's stepped up his game on offense. The 25-year-old blueliner remains more of a defensive presence with 10 points, 94 shots on net, 92 hits, 73 blocked shots and a plus-3 rating through 52 contests overall.
Brandon Carlo knows how the Boston Bruins can make the most of their time away from home. The Bruins defenseman explained to reporters Wednesday the mindset he’s adopting in order to thrive amid a long stretch of road games. Having already played four of their last five games away from TD Garden, the Bruins begin a season-long six-game road trip Thursday night in Seattle, where they’ll face the Kraken.
It turns out Brandon Carlo is OK. The Boston Bruins defenseman was questionable to play in Saturday’s tilt against the Ottawa Senators after he was cut by a skate at practice. He cracked the lineup, but if that wasn’t convincing enough, he also scored at 18:54 of the second period to put the Bruins up 2-1.
The Bruins might be down another key player for Saturday’s game against the Senators. Defenseman Brandon Carlo received stitches after getting cut by goalie Linus Ullmark’s skate during Saturday’s morning skate. He’ll be a game-time decision for Saturday evening’s game, Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters following practice.
Carlo was deemed a game-time call after exiting Saturday's pre-game skate with a cut on his wrist, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Carlo has averaged 20:13 of ice time and lit the lamp once over the last 20 games. The 25-year-old received the cut from Linus Ullmark's skate and it required stitches, Shinzawa adds.
Carlo (wrist) took line rushes during warmups, indicating he'll play Saturday versus the Senators, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Carlo was cut on the wrist in the morning skate Saturday, but it appears he'll be able to play through it. The 25-year-old will play on the second pairing with Matt Grzelcyk. Carlo has contributed six points, 84 hits, 63 blocked shots and a minus-3 rating in 46 contests this season.
BOSTON - The Boston Bruins and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners are teaming up with Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo , Cradles to Crayons and Wonderfund Massachusetts to present the 15th annual Boston Bruins PJ Drive, which will run from February 1 until March 31. The PJ Drive benefits Massachusetts...
BOSTON — Things were getting chippy early at TD Garden on Saturday as the Boston Bruins hosted the Winnipeg Jets in an afternoon tilt, and defensemen Connor Clifton and Brandon Carlo each walked away with wins in their respective bouts. Clifton dropped the gloves and threw hands with Jets...