As we dip into December, we should be breaking down Bruins games and talking about Jack Edward’s jokes from the night before, but instead we are updating you on the big club’s players overseas not at the TD Garden.
So, here is another update on how your Boston Bruins are contributing to their respective teams overseas.
In 13 games, Patrice Bergeron has scored nine goals and assisted on 10 others. He is a plus eight while on the ice. Bruins fans wish he was doing this for the black and gold instead of HC Lugano.
Tyler Seguin is putting on an absolute show for Biel. In 21 games, Seguin has scored 20 goals and 12 assists. This is the guy the B’s hope to see once the lockout ends, just a dominant goal scorer and play-maker.
David Krejci is averaging one point per game for Paradubice HC in the Czech league. He has eight goals and nine assists while sporting a plus two while on the ice.
Rich Peverley has 15 points in 18 goals for JyP HT Jyvaskyla and he is a minus two while on the ice. He has 16 penalty minutes as well.
Zdeno Chara has three goals and five assists in 15 games for Prague Lev. Although he is minus one on the ice, Chara’s abilities sometimes do not show up in the stat sheet. He is one of the men that is irreplaceable for the Bruins.
Andrew Ference has four points in 13 games for Ceske Budejovice HC.
Dennis Seidenberg has nine points in 15 games while possessing a plus seven while on the ice. Seidenberg is very underappreciated and has developed into a top defenseman in the National Hockey League.
Backup goaltender Anton Khudobin has a 4-11-2 record with a 3.02 GAA for the Moscow Oblast Atlant. He will play behind Tuukka Rask.
Tuukka Rask is 6-2 with a 1.85 GAA. He has a .936 save percentage. He will serve as the Bruins top goaltender with Tim Thomas hiding out in his bunker.