Another update on how the Bruins are faring overseas
As the Providence Bruins evened their record at 2-2 this past weekend, many Bruins fans are still anxious to see how their beloved B’s players are doing overseas. Here is another update.
Patrice Bergeron is off to a fast start with his HC Lugano team. Bergeron is playing right where he left off last year tallying four goals and four assists in three games. Bergy is an eye-popping plus 10 while on the ice in three games.
Tyler Seguin recently played against his line mate Patrice Bergeron adding one goal and one assist in a loss to Bergeron’s squad. In nine games for Biel, Tyler Seguin has three goals and seven assists. His minus four while on the ice is something he will have to fix before the lockout ends or he will be in Claude Julien’s dog house.
David Krejci is averaging one point per game as he has totaled seven points (4 G 3A) in seven games for the Pardubice HC (Czech). Krejci is at even strength while he is on the ice.
Rich Peverley has yet to score for JyP HT Jyvaskyla (SM-liiga) in eight games, but he has contributed nicely with seven assists.
Zdeno Chara or “Big Z” has played in six games for Prague Lev and statistically has been okay. Chara has one goal and two assists owning an unimpressive minus two while on the ice.
Andrew Ference has played in four games for the Ceske Budejovice-HC. He has contributed with one assist thus far.
Underrated Dennis Seidenberg is skating for the Mannheim Eagles and in his six games played he has two assists to go along with a plus three while on the ice.
Anton Khudobin is playing for the Moscow Oblast Atlant. He holds a 3-7-2 record while sporting a 2.77 goals against average. He holds a .917 save percentage through his first 12 games played.
Tuukka Rask is playing for the HC Plzen (Czech). Rask notched a 4-2 victory on October 19 against HC Ocelari Trinec. Rask led his team to a five game win streak as they are a top their division.