The Bruins have re-signed Charlie McAvoy to a three-year deal worth $14.7M ($4.9M AAV).
Through two seasons, McAvoy’s production has been solid, averaging 10 goals and 32 assists per 82-games—the issue is that he’s played in just 71.3 percent of the games. McAvoy is somewhat limited because of Torey Krug’s role on the top PP-unit, but he has 40-point upside if he can stay healthy in 2020.
McAvoy is “fine” after blocking a shot in Game 3; will play in Game 4.
McAvoy was visibly in pain after blocking a shot with a few minutes left in Game 3 but head coach Bruce Cassidy said his top-pairing defenseman is “fine” and will be in the lineup for Game 4. The 21-year-old has one goal on four shots in the series and has tallied eight points (2G / 6A) in 19 postseason games.
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.
McAvoy was suspended for Game 1 vs. the Hurricanes.
McAvoy was handed a one-game suspension for his hit to the head of Josh Anderson in Game 6 vs. the Blue Jackets. McAvoy will be replaced by Steven Kampfer in Game 1 and is eligible to return to the lineup in Game 2 vs. the Hurricanes.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/9/19, 10:42 am EST
McAvoy will be rested Thursday in Minnesota.
The Bruins have clinched home-ice advantage in the first-round of the playoffs so they will sit four key players to give them some rest. McAvoy will be joined by David Krejci, Brad Marchand and Zdeno Chara.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/4/19, 1:07 pm EST
The Bruins have placed Charlie McAvoy (lower-body) on IR.
McAvoy was banged up before the Christmas break, missed Thursday’s game vs. New Jersey and was moved to IR on Friday. His move to IR simply means that he won’t play on Saturday but is eligible to play in the Winter Classic.
McAvoy (lower-body) will not play Thursday.
McAvoy is hurting after blocking a shot in Carolina on Sunday, so he’ll come out of the lineup on Thursday. Luckily for the Bruins, they will get both Zdeno Chara and Kevan Miller back on the blueline to replace McAvoy.
McAvoy (undisclosed) will play Sunday in Ottawa.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/9/18, 4:22 pm EST
McAvoy (concussion) is on the ice for warmups; expected to return to the Bruins lineup.
The Bruins have activated Charlie McAvoy (concussion) off of IR; could return to the lineup on Thursday.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/6/18, 4:18 pm EST
McAvoy (concussion) will travel to Detroit but is questionable to play this weekend.
McAvoy has missed the last 11 games because of a concussion but could return during the Bruins back-to-back on Friday/Saturday. Monitor his status as the week progresses.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/19/18, 1:32 pm EST
McAvoy (concussion) will not travel on the Bruins upcoming road-trip.
McAvoy has missed the last eight games with a concussion and isn’t expected to return any time soon. McAvoy will not travel at the start of the Bruins road-trip, so he’ll miss at least Wednesday’s game in Colorado and likely their back-to-back on Friday and Saturday.
The Bruins have placed Charlie McAvoy (upper-body) on IR.
McAvoy’s move to IR is retroactive to October 18th, so he’s eligible to return whenever he is 100 percent. McAvoy did not skate on Monday after retuning to the ice on Saturday, so his move to IR suggests that he may have suffered a setback. McAvoy won’t play Tuesday, but monitor his status as the week progresses.
McAvoy has no timetable for his return from an upper-body injury.
McAvoy will miss his second straight game on Thursday and the Bruins are unsure how long their young defenseman will be sidelined. With McAvoy, Torey Krug, Kevan Miller and Urho Vaakanainen all out, Jeremy Lauzon has been called up and will make his NHL debut tonight.
McAvoy “has not been feeling right” and was returned to Boston for testing.
McAvoy took a hit against Edmonton last week and has not been feeling right according to head coach Bruce Cassidy. McAvoy will undergo testing in Boston, so he won’t be available for Saturday’s game in Vancouver. Kevan Miller is also out, so Urho Vaakaninen has been recalled and will play.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/20/18, 3:41 pm EST
McAvoy (knee) will be back in the Bruins lineup on Tuesday.
McAvoy has been sidelined since March 3rd, but will play tonight in Tampa Bay. McAvoy has had an outstanding season on the Bruins’ blueline, picking up seven goals and 25 assists (32 points) in 59 games.
McAvoy will miss at least four weeks with a left MCL sprain.
McAvoy got tangled up in the corner during his first shift against the Red Wings over the weekend. The injury ended up being a sprained MCL and will cost him at least one month. The good news is that his season isn’t over and McAvoy should be ready to go for the playoffs.
McAvoy (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
McAvoy played just one shift on Saturday and will miss Tuesday’s game vs. the Red Wings. McAvoy will be re-evaluated later on Monday and his status beyond Tuesday’s game could be updated in the next 24 hours. With McAvoy out, Adam McQuaid will re-enter the lineup.
McAvoy (heart) will be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
McAvoy (heart) has been cleared for full practice; won’t play Thursday but could be back on Saturday.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/1/18, 12:09 pm EST