Friday, September 30

How to watch Boston Bruins vs. Carolina Hurricanes: live broadcast, TV channel, start time

Tuesday’s NHL slate features a matchup between the Boston Bruins (21-12-2) and the Carolina Hurricanes (25-8-2), beginning at 8:00 pm ET at the TD Garden. The Bruins are eighth in the Eastern Conference with 44 points and the Hurricanes are fourth in the Eastern Conference with 52 points.

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Statistics for Boston and Carolina

  • On average, the Bruins score 3.0 goals in a game (14th in the league) and the Hurricanes allow 2.3 (first).
  • The Hurricanes rank sixth in the NHL in goals scored per game (3.4) and the Bruins rank eighth in goals conceded (2.7).
  • Boston ranks 11th in the league in goal difference, at +13 (+0.4 per game).
  • Carolina’s goal differential is +39 on the season (second in the NHL).
  • On the power play, the Bruins have scored 25 goals (on 23.8% of the chances, eighth in the NHL) and the understaffed Hurricanes have conceded 12 (killing 90.5% of penalties, first in the league).
  • The Bruins have conceded 19 goals from a handicap (killing 83.2% of penalties) and the Hurricanes have scored 26 power-play goals (successful 24.3% of chances).

Boston Impact Players

  • Brad Marchand is one of Boston’s top contributors (42 total points), having racked up 20 goals and 22 assists.
  • David Pastrnak is another of Boston’s offensive options, contributing 31 points (16 goals, 15 assists) to the team.
  • Patrice Bergeron has 11 goals and 19 assists for Boston.
  • Linus Ullmark has a 2.5 goals-against average and a .918 save percentage (12th in the league).

Bruins Injuries:

Mike Reilly: Out (Health Protocols), Trent Frederic: Day to Day (upper body), Jakub Zboril: Out (lower body), Nick Foligno: Day to Day (lower body), John Moore: Day to day (upper body)

Carolina Impact Players

  • Sebastian Aho is one of Carolina’s best offensive options with 38 points (1.2 per game), with 16 goals and 22 assists in 32 games (playing 19:10 per game).
  • Andrei Svechnikov is one of the impact players in Carolina’s offense with 28 total points (0.9 per game), 12 goals and 16 assists in 32 games.
  • Teuvo Teravainen’s 10 goals and 18 assists add up to 28 points this season.
  • Frederik Andersen has allowed 49 goals (2.0 goals against average) and has amassed 634 saves with a .928 save percentage (third-best in the league).
  • Antti Raanta has a .908 save percentage, has recorded 198 saves and has allowed 20 goals (2.0 goals against average).

Hurricane injuries:

Martin Necas: Out (COVID-19), Antti Raanta: Day to Day (Upper Body), Jake Gardiner: Out (Hip/Back)

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