Charlie Coyle

NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Tallies opening goal

Coyle scored a goal on four shots and added two hits in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Islanders in Game 2. Coyle struck just 2:38 into the first period. The 29-year-old center has picked up two goals and an assist in seven playoff contests. He's filled a third-line center role with 12 shots on net, 20 hits and a minus-2 rating. Coyle will see some power-play time, but he's not likely to add much more than depth scoring and some physicality.
NHLchatsports.com

Charlie Coyle is the Bruins' nominee for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy

The NHL announced the 31 finalists for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy today, and Charlie Coyle got the nod for the Bruins. The award is given annually to the player who "best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community."
Picture for Charlie Coyle is the Bruins' nominee for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy
RELATED CHANNELS
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: In Game 1 lineup

Coyle (upper body) is in the lineup for Saturday's Game 1 against Washington, Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com reports. Coyle hasn't played since May 4 but will make his return for Saturday's postseason opener. He's expected to skate on the third line with Nick Ritchie and Sean Kuraly.
NHLstanleycupofchowder.com

Charlie Coyle is the Bruins’ x-factor going into the 2021 playoffs

Last year, yours truly wrote that Charlie Coyle was going to be the Bruins’ x-factor going into the 2020 playoffs; I mostly based this on his excellent play during last season and during the previous year’s playoffs. This year, I’m picking...surprise, surprise, Charlie Coyle as the Bruins’ x-factor going into...
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Rejoins third line

Coyle (upper body) practiced Thursday, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports. Coyle, who last suited up May 4, is thus on track to be ready to play in Saturday's first-round opener against the Capitals. He's slated to man right wing on the Bruins' third line, which also features Sean Kuraly and Nick Ritchie. It's a trio with size and grit capable of chipping in some secondary scoring. Coyle finished the regular season with six goals and 16 points in 51 games, but he'll look to pick up the pace in the playoffs, where he's logged a 19/17/36 stat line through 81 career postseason contests.
RELATED PEOPLE
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Not far from return

Coyle (upper body) "should be back before long," according to coach Bruce Cassidy. The Bruins have three more regular-season games and it's unclear if Coyle will be available for any of them. Getting the versatile forward back in time for the playoffs is likely the team's priority. To date, Coyle has notched six goals and 16 points in 51 games, but the 29-year-old is certainly capable of picking up the pace in the postseason.
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Out Thursday

Coyle (upper body) won't play Thursday night against the Rangers. Coyle, who left Tuesday's game versus the Devils in the third period, is viewed as day-to-day in advance of Saturday's rematch against the Rangers. In his absence Thursday, look for Jake DeBrusk to move up to the Bruins' third line, while Karson Kuhlman works on the team's fourth line. Coyle's been held to six goals and 16 points in 51 games to date, but beyond his modest numbers, he's managed to contribute in other ways and with the benefit of a little puck luck, he could pick up the pace in the playoffs.
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Injured in Tuesday's contest

Coyle (undisclosed) left Tuesday's game versus the Devils in the third period, and head coach Bruce Cassidy didn't have an update on his status after the game, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. It's unclear how exactly Coyle was hurt, but it was enough to keep him out for most of...
RELATED PUBLISHERS
NHLchatsports.com

What we learned: Charlie Coyle ends drought as Bruins stay hot

As Bill Belichick pondered over his draft-day decisions, the Boston Bruins made sure to score in all three phases — power play, even strength and on the penalty kill — before the legendary Patriots coach made his selection. The Bruins notched one tally on both ends of the special teams’...
NHLPosted by
FanSided

Boston Bruins: Charlie Coyle needs to step up

Charlie Coyle was great for the Boston Bruins in the 2019-20 season. Sadly the same can’t be said for 2021. Last season we saw Coyle tally 16 goals and 21 assists. For a third liner that is rather impressive. This is especially the case when you have seen that the...
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Three helpers in last four games

Coyle recorded an assist and two PIM in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Capitals. Coyle is stuck in a 17-game goal drought, but he's shown signs of warming up lately. He has three assists in his last four outings. The 29-year-old forward is up to 12 points, 54 shots on net, 44 hits and 16 PIM through 36 contests overall, mainly in a middle-six role.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
NHLchatsports.com

The Boston Bruins need more from Charlie Coyle and Craig Smith

Jan 14, 2021; Newark, New Jersey, USA; Boston Bruins center Charlie Coyle (13) and New Jersey Devils center Jesper Boqvist (90) battle for the puck during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports. After a hot start to the season, the Boston Bruins have struggled...
NHLESPN

Charlie Coyle of Boston Bruins enters COVID-19 protocol

Boston Bruins forward Charlie Coyle has entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocol, upping the number of players on the list to four, pending test results from Anaheim and the Los Angeles Kings. Coyle becomes just the second Bruins player added to the protocol, and first since Karson Kuhlman spent the first...
NHLFOX Sports

The Latest: Boston's Charlie Coyle enters NHL COVID protocol

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:. Boston Bruins forward Charlie Coyle has entered the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol, upping the number of players on the list to four, pending test results from Anaheim and the Los Angeles Kings. Coyle becomes just the second...
NHLmsn.com

Bruins' Charlie Coyle added to COVID protocol, out vs. Capitals

After the list had already come out for Wednesday, Charlie Coyle of the Boston Bruins was added to the COVID Protocol. The veteran forward will not play Wednesday night for the Bruins. To be clear, inclusion on the CPRA list does not mean that a player has tested positive for...
NHLCBS Sports

Bruins' Charlie Coyle: Back in action

Coyle has been activated off the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list and will return to the lineup for Friday's game versus Washington, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Coyle missed Wednesday's game versus the Capitals due to the league's virus protocols, but he'll return to a middle-six role Friday. He's picked up five goals and eight points through 19 games this campaign.