Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin lead the Bruins charge over seas
As the lockout continues to cancel NHL games and this week the Winter Classic, many Bruins fans are starting to follow the AHL and their Bruins players overseas because optimism continues to dwindle as we head into November with no agreement between the players and owners.
Here is another update on how your Boston Bruins are contributing to their respective teams overseas.
Patrice Bergeron has been nothing short of spectacular in his eight games with HC Lugano. Bergeron has eight goals and eight assists while accumulating a plus-15 while on the ice.
Boston’s Boy Tyler Seguin has 13 goals and 10 assists in 15 games for Biel. Seguin lit the lamp four times in one game last week which made him a hero among the home crowd.
David Krejci has 14 points (7 G 7 A) in 12 games for Pardubice HC. Krejci holds a plus-2 while on the ice.
Rich Peverley has two goals and nine assists in 14 games played for JyP HT Jyvaskyla. His minus-3 while on the ice must improve before he gets back in a Bruins uniform however.
Captain Zdeno Chara has seven points (2G 5 A) in 11 games played for Prague Lev. Chara also holds a minus one while on the ice, but that will change real fast once he is back with the big club.
Andrew Ference has one goal and two assists in seven games played for Ceske Budejovice HC.
Dennis Seidenberg has four assists in 10 games played for the Mannheim Eagles. He also holds a plus-five while on the ice which is all that matters in the eyes of Claude Julien.
Backup goaltender Anton Khudobin holds a 3-9-2 record for the Moscow Oblast Atlant. He holds a .908 save percentage and a 3.02 goals against average.
Bruins net minder Tuukka Rask owns a 6-2 record for Plzen HC. He sports a 1.85 goals against average and a .936 save percentage. Rask is healthy after another groin injury scare.