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    Highlights from Rask and Marchand’s All-Star Weekend

    Tim Rosenthal January 30, 2017
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    As the majority of the Bruins took some much-needed time off this weekend, Brad Marchand and Tuukka Rask left for Los Angeles to take part in the All-Star festivities for the first time in their respective careers.

    It may not have ended the way they would have liked in their 3-on-3 tilt with the Metropolitan Division – especially for Rask – but who are we to judge. At the very least, Rask and Marchand can take solace in their performance in the shootout portion of the skills competition to secure an Atlantic Division win against the Metro, Central and Pacific divisions on Saturday.

    On a weekend of celebrating the league’s best, which also included the full reveal of the NHL’s top 100 players of all-time, here’s a look at the highlights of Marchand and Rask’s moments from their three days in Los Angeles.

    The arrival

    Marchand goes five-hole on Mike Smith in shootout

    Rask stops all five shots in shootout

    Capped off with a glove save on Jeff Carter.

    A Bruin and Hab assist a Maple Leaf

    Shea Weber to Marchand to rookie sensation Auston Matthews puts Atlantic ahead midway through Game 2.

    Rask waves his hands after last goal allowed

    Seven goals allowed in 10 minutes of play capped off by an unlikely Sidney Crosby connection to Alexander Ovechkin.

    Oh, and how can we forget the legend of Bobby Orr tugging Brent Burns’ legendary beard?

    Marchand and Rask will meet the rest of the Bruins in Tampa on Tuesday.

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    Tim Rosenthal

    Tim Rosenthal serves as the Managing Editor of Bruins Daily. He started contributing videos to the site in 2010 before fully coming on board during the Bruins' Stanley Cup run in 2011. His bylines over the last decade have been featured on Boston.com, FoxSports.com, College Hockey News, Patch and Inside Hockey. You can follow Tim on Twitter @_TimRosenthal.

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