Kampfer will be a healthy scratch for Game 6.
Kampfer dressed as a seventh defenseman in Game 5 but will be replaced by Karson Kuhlman for Game 6. The Bruins will go back to 12 forwards and six defenseman, which means that David Backes remains scratched as well.
Kuhlman will play in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Kuhlman has not played since April 30th, which was Game 1 vs. the Blue Jackets, but will dress in a must-win Game 6 on Sunday. Kuhlman will replace Steven Kampfer, as the Bruins go back to the traditional 12 forwards and six defenseman look tonight. Kuhlman, who has one assist in six playoff games, will start on the second line with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk.
Edmundson will be a healthy scratch for Game 5.
Despite winning in Game 4, the Blues will make on minor change in Game 5. Edmundson will come out of the lineup with Robert Bortuzzo drawing back onto the blueline. Edmundson has recorded seven points (1G / 6A) in 21 playoff games.
Source: Lou Korac 06/6/19, 11:05 am EST
Bortuzzo will draw back into the Blues lineup for Game 5.
Bortuzzo was a healthy scratch in Game 4 with Vince Dunn returning from injury but will replace Joel Edmundson in the lineup on Thursday. Bortuzzo has registered two goals in 15 playoff games.
Source: Lou Korac 06/6/19, 11:03 am EST
Sundqvist will draw back into the Blues lineup for Game 4.
Sundqvist was suspended for Game 3 for his hit on Matt Grzelcyk in Game 2. Sundqvist will replace Robby Fabbri in the lineup for Game 4 and comes in with one assist in the series and nine points (4G / 5A) in 21 playoff games. He will centre the Blues’ fourth-line with Ivan Barbashev and Alex Steen on his wings.
Source: Lou Korac 06/3/19, 12:18 pm EST
McAvoy will return to the Bruins lineup for Game 2 vs. Carolina.
McAvoy was suspended for Game 1 but is expected to replace Steven Kampfer in the lineup and return to the top-pair with Zdeno Chara. McAvoy has one goal and five assists (six points) while averaging 24:46 TOI/gm through 13 playoff games.
Kampfer will draw into the Bruins lineup in Game 1 vs. the Hurricanes.
Kampfer has been a healthy scratch since Game 3 of the first round but will replace Charlie McAvoy in Game 1 vs. the Hurricanes. McAvoy is serving a one-game suspension for a hit to the head on Josh Anderson in Game 6 in Columbus. Kampfer had just three goals and three assists in 35 games this season.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/9/19, 10:44 am EST
Nemeth will dress as a seventh defenseman on Monday.
Nemeth has been a healthy scratch since Game 5 of the first-round but is expected to replace Sven Andrighetto in the lineup in Game 6. Nemeth has no points, a plus-4 rating and eight shots in five playoff games this year.
Andrighetto is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 6.
Andrighetto dressed in Matt Calvert’s place in Game 5 but is expected to be a healthy scratch on Monday. Patrik Nemeth is expected to replace Andrighetto and dress as a seventh defenseman for Colorado.
Clendening is expected to be healthy scratch in Game 6.
The Blue Jackets went with 11 forwards and seven defensemen in Game 5 but it looks like they will go back to the traditional 12F, 6D, with Alexandre Texier will replace Adam Clendening in Game 6.
Wennberg is expected to be a healthy scratch in Game 6.
Wennberg has appeared in four games in the second round but has averaged just 10:30 TOI and is expected to be replaced by Markus Hannikainen (undisclosed) on the fourth line in Game 6.
Texier is expected to be back in the Blue Jackets lineup for Game 6.
Texier was a healthy scratch in Game 5 but is expected to replace Adam Clendening in Game 6. The Blue Jackets will go back to 12 forwards and six defensemen with Texier skating on the fourth line with Brandon Dubinsky and Markus Hannikainen. The 19-year-old has two goals on eight shots with one assist in seven games this postseason.
Bortuzzo will be a healthy scratch in Game 5.
Bortuzzo replaced Joel Edmundson in Games 3 and 4 but will come back out of the lineup in an important Game 5 in St. Louis. Carl Gunnarsson will move down to play in Bortuzzo’s spot on the third-pairing.
Edmundson will be back in the Blues lineup for Game 5.
Edmundson was a healthy scratch in Games 3 and 4 but will replace Robert Bortuzzo in Game 5. Edmundson, who will be back on the top-pairing with Alex Pietrangelo, has two assists, four PIMS and 10 shots in eight playoff games.
Kuhlman will be a healthy scratch in Game 4.
Kuhlman played in Game 3 after sitting as a healthy scratch in Games 1 and 2 vs. the Blue Jackets but will come back out of the lineup tonight in Columbus. David Backes will replace Kuhlman on the Bruins second line.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/2/19, 1:49 pm EST
Backes will draw into the Bruins lineup for Game 4.
Backes has been a healthy scratch since Game 5 of the Toronto series but will replace Karson Kuhlman in Game 4. Backes has one assist and nine shots on goal in his four playoff appearances this year. Backes will skate on the second line with David Backes and Jake DeBrusk.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/2/19, 1:50 pm EST
Fedun will be a healthy scratch for Game 4.
Fedun played in just two games in round one and played in the first three games of round two, but will be replaced by Joel Hanley in Game 4. Fedun was a minus-2 in Game 3 and is a minus-5 through five playoff games.
Hanley will draw into the Stars lineup for Game 4.
Hanley spent most of the season in the AHL, where he had eight goals and 20 assists (28 points) in 60 games. Hanley played 16 games with Dallas and has just six assists in 38 career NHL games—tonight will be his first career NHL playoff game.