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.
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
Kuhlman will be back in the Bruins lineup for Game 3.
This will be Kuhlman’s first game in the second-round after being a healthy scratch following the Bruins Game 7 win. Kuhlman has one assist and seven shots while averaging 10:21 TOI/gm in five games in the postseason. Kuhlman, who will skate with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk, will replace Chris Wagner in the lineup.
Kuhlman will be a healthy scratch in Game 1 vs. Columbus.
Kuhlman shuffled in and out of the Bruins lineup vs. Toronto and was held to one assist and seven shots in five appearances in the series. Kuhlman will be replaced by Chris Wagner in Game 1 vs. the Blue Jackets.
Kuhlman has been recalled from Providence (AHL) and will play on Thursday.
Kuhlman, who has 12 goals and 14 assists (26 points) in 53 games with Providence this season, will replace Jake DeBrusk (lower-body) in the lineup on Thursday. Kuhlman has added one goal and one assist in his first four career NHL games with Boston.
DeBrusk (lower-body) is not expected to play Thursday.
DeBrusk is battling a bit of a lower-body injury so he will be scratched vs. the Panthers. Karson Kuhlman was been recalled and is expected to replace him on the second line.
Kuhlman will draw into the Bruins lineup Saturday.
Source: Conor Ryan 02/16/19, 5:25 pm EST
The Bruins have recalled Karson Kuhlman from Providence (AHL).
With David Pastrnak out for a few weeks, Kuhlman gets his first career NHL call-up. The undrafted free-agent has 12 goals and 13 assists (25 points) in 50 games in his first full AHL season.