The Boston Bruins will be a little light on blue-line manpower Thursday night against the Carolina Hurricanes. Bruce Cassidy announced Thursday at a press conference Matt Grzelcyk will be out of the lineup when the B’s face off against the ‘Canes in Game 6 of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoffs series. Cassidy indicated Grzelcyk is battling an injury, but he didn’t disclose the ailment.
Grzelcyk (undisclosed) will miss Saturday's Game 7 against Carolina, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Grzelcyk played the first five games of the series -- going scoreless while averaging 18:09 of ice time -- but sat out Game 6 with his undisclosed injury. If the Bruins advance past Carolina to Round 2, it's unclear when the 28-year-old blueliner might be able to return.
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(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour by continuing their conversation about the Celtics loss last night and Jayson Tatum needing to be better. (12:49) We react to the Bruins making Matt Grzelcyk a healthy scratch and shaking up things once again. (12:49) The crew previews Game 6 between...
Grzelcyk (undisclosed) won't play in Thursday's Game 6 against the Hurricanes, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports. Grzelcyk has evidently been "playing through stuff," so he'll sit Thursday's potential elimination game out. If the Bruins aren't able to force a Game 7, Grzelcyk will finish the year having collected 24 points through 73 regular-season contests and zero points through five postseason appearances.
Grzelcyk (rest) will not play Friday in Toronto, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Grzelcyk will be joined by seven other Bruins resting in advance of the postseason, which starts Monday. He finishes his age-28 season having recorded 24 points, a plus-22 rating and 118 shots on goal -- all of which are new career highs.
Brandon Carlo will return to the Boston Bruins lineup. Boston welcomes the Pittsburgh Penguins to TD Garden on Saturday afternoon, aiming to end its three-game losing streak. Carlo missed Thursday’s game against the Ottawa Senators, leaving the Bruins shorthanded on the defensive end. The defenseman’s return will give the Bruins a spark on the back end.
Matt Grzelcyk will return for the Boston Bruins’ game against the Ottawa Senators on Thursday, while Trent Frederic will be a healthy scratch.
Matt Grzelcyk returns to the Boston Bruins on Thursday night. The Bruins will welcome the Ottawa Senators to TD Garden as they try to clinch a playoff spot with just over two weeks to go in the regular season. Grzelcyk’s return is a major boost for the Black and Gold...
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Grzelcyk (upper body) will be back in the lineup versus the Senators on Thursday, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Grzelcyk wrote his name on the scoresheet in just one of the team's last 12 contests while chipping in just 16 shots over the stretch. As such, the 28-year-old defender is unlikely to offer more than mid-range fantasy value, even if he returns to the second power-play unit.
Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy provided injury updates on David Pastrnak, Hampus Lindholm and Matt Grzelcyk prior to Tuesday night’s game against the St. Louis Blues.
Grzelcyk (upper body) will not play Tuesday's game against the visiting Blues, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Grzelcyk will miss at least one game with the injury he suffered Sunday against Washington. He'll look to return Thursday at home against Ottawa.
The shorthanded Bruins became even more hobbled in the first period of Boston’s game against the Washington Capitals on Sunday afternoon at Capital One Arena. Matt Grzelcyk went down the tunnel in the opening 20 minutes and the Bruins announced in the second period that he would not return due to an upper-body injury.
The Bruins can ill afford to be shorthanded with David Pastrnak and Hampus Lindholm sidelined for an undisclosed amount of time, and may be without Matt Grzelcyk beyond Sunday. The defenseman was injured in the first period of Boston’s 4-2 loss to the Washington Capitals on Sunday afternoon at Capital...
Grzelyck (upper body) will not return to Sunday's contest against Washington. Grzelyck logged just 3:11 of ice time before leaving the game. Since missing two games in March with an illness, the 28-year-old has three points while averaging 18:39 of ice time. An update on his status should be available before Tuesday's matchup with the Blues.
Matt Grzelcyk scored when the Boston Bruins needed it most Tuesday night. The Boston Bruins were able to get a massive victory in overtime against the Chicago Blackhawks, giving them the extra point they needed to keep up their impressive play. Grzelcyk notched his third goal of the season off...
In this episode of Morning Bru, Billy Jaffe and Andrew Raycroft break down a game in which the Boston Bruins controlled play but nearly were outdueled by Chicago Blackhawks netminder Marc-Andre Fleury. The duo discuss the game-winning goal from Matt Grzelcyk, a strong night from Taylor Hall, the overturned Charlie...