Rask will start Sunday vs. the Capitals.
Kase (undisclosed) is expected to make his round-robin debut on Sunday.
Rask (undisclosed) will make his return to the crease on Wednesday.
Rask (undisclosed) is "unfit to play" Sunday vs. the Flyers.
Halak will start Sunday vs. the Flyers.
The Bruins have signed Anders Bjork to a three-year, $4.8 million ($1.6 million AAV) contract extension.
Kampfer has opted out of the NHL's Return to Play.
Kampfer is one of six players who opted out of the NHL playoffs because of family concerns. Kampfer only played in 10 NHL games this season, so he likely wasn't going to play a lot in the postseason anyway.
The Bruins have signed Victor Berglund to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Bruins have signed Jaroslav Halak to a one-year, $2.25 million contract extension.
Halak was 18-6-6 with a 2.39 GAA and .919 SV% in 31 games before the NHL season was paused. Since joining the Bruins in 2019, Halak has been among the league's best netminders. In his 71 appearances, he's gone 40-17-10 while ranking fifth in the NHL in GAA (2.36) and tied for fifth in SV% (.921). The Bruins aren't young between the pipes but the Halak--Tuukka Rask has ranked second in the league in GAA (2.49) over the last two seasons.
The Bruins have signed Jack Ahcan to a two-year, entry-level contract.
Ahcan was an undrafted free-agent defenseman out of St. Cloud State. The 22-year-old led all team defensemen with 25 points (7G / 18A) in 33 games. Ahcan will likely join the Providence Bruins (AHL) next season.
The Bruins signed Nick Wolff to a one-year, entry-level contract.
Wolff was an undrafted free agent defenseman from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. In his senior season, Wolff failed to record a goal while piling up 10 assists in 33 games.
The Bruins signed Jeremy Swayman to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Boston picked Swayman in the fourth-round (No.111 overall) in 2017 and the 21-year-old netminder just finished his junior season at the University of Maine. The Anchorage, Alaska native was 18-11-5 with a 2.07 GAA and .939 SV%, which ranked second-best in the NCAA.
Clifton (upper-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Tuesday.
Clifton has been out since December 29th but he will play Tuesday in Philadelphia with Torey Krug and Brandon Carlo both out with upper-body injuries. Clifton skated with Matt Grzelcyk in Monday's practice and comes into Tuesday's game with just two goals in 30 games.
Rask will start Saturday vs. the Maple Leafs.
Halak will start Friday in Buffalo.
Rask will start Tuesday in Philadelphia.
Rask allowed four goals on 24 shots in the Bruins loss to the Lightning on Saturday. The loss snapped a brief two-game winning streak for Rask, who comes into Philadelphia at 11-6-0 with a 2.21 GAA, .927 SV% and one shutout on the road this season. For the Flyers, they come in on a nine-game winning streak while averaging 4.33 goals per game.
Carlo (upper-body) will not play in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Carlo will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury, leaving the Bruins without two of their top-4 defensemen with Torey Krug also out. Carlo is day-to-day heading into the Bruins Friday/Saturday back-to-back.
Krug (upper-body) will not play in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Krug was in a few tussles during the Bruins loss to the Lightning on Saturday and is dealing with an upper-body injury heading into Tuesday's game. With Krug out, Connor Clifton will play for the first time since December 29th. Consider Krug as day-to-day heading into Friday's game in Buffalo.
Carlo (upper-body) will not play Saturday vs. the Lightning.
Carlo took an elbow to the head from Evgeni Dadonov on Thursday and did not return to the game. Carlo is likely in concussion protocol and will not be available for Saturday's game vs. Tampa Bay. John Moore will draw into the Bruins lineup and skate with Torey Krug.