How are the Bruins players doing overseas?
As the NHL lockout continues, there are many Boston Bruins players that are playing overseas. Let’s take a look and see how the B’s are performing.
Patrice Bergeron made his debut for the HC Lugano (Switzerland) team notching four points adding two goals and two assists in a 7-2 victory. It looks like his oblique injury is far behind him.
Tyler Seguin has appeared in five games for Biel in the Swiss-A league and he has one goal and four assists. Before his game today, Seguin was a minus four while on the ice. Claude Julien cannot be happy with that alarming stat.
David Krejci suits up for the Paradubice (Czech Extraliga) and in two games, Krejci has one goal.
Rich “Pevs” Peverley plays for JYP (SM-liiga) and in three games, Pevs has one assist and four penalty minutes.
Zdeno Chara plays for Prague Lev in the KHL. In one game thus far, Chara has tallied zero points, but that will change once the big fella gets his legs going.
Andrew Ference plays for the HC Mountfield Ceske Budejovice team in the Czech League. Ference’s statistics are unavailable at this time.
Bruins Defenseman Dennis Seidenberg suits up for the Adler Mannheim (DEL) team. Seidenberg has played in two games and has yet to notch a point, but the intangibles Seidenberg brings to the ice do not show up in the stat sheet.
Anton Khudobin net minds for the HC Atlant Moscow Oblast in the KHL. Khudobin has appeared in eight games allowing 22 goals. He posts a 2.77 goals against average and a 3-3-2 record. He has 246 saves in those eight games with a save percentage of 0.918.
Tuukka Rask is between the pipes for the HC Plzen (Czech). Rask stopped 22 of 23 shots in a 2-1 overtime win over Pirati Chomutov yesterday.