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Bruins vs Oilers Preview: Revenge Game For Oilers?



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The Boston Bruins had arguably their best game of the season since Feb. 8 in a 4-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night.

They will need that 60-minute effort again when they host the Edmonton Oilers at TD Garden on Tuesday night. A well-rested Oilers squad comes into this game riding a four-game win streak and will have revenge on their mind for the 6-5 overtime loss to the Bruins on Feb. 21.

Here’s your Boston Hockey Now Bruins Game Day Preview:

Boston Bruins (36-13-14, 86 pts) @ Edmonton Oilers (37-20-2, 76 pts)

Time: 7:38 p.m. ET

How to watch: NESN, SN, TVAS

Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub

Betting Lines:

Money Line: Oilers (-130) Bruins (+110)

Puck Line: Oilers -1.5 (+190) Bruins +1.5 (-230)

Over/Under: Over 6 (-120) Under 6 (+100)


Oilers First Period Money Line (-110)

Connor McDavid Anytime Goalscorer (+115)

Brett Kulak Anytime Goalscorer (+1200)

Brad Marchand Anytime Goalscorer (+200)

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Bost0n Bruins Notes

David Pastrnak leads the Bruins in goals (38), assists (52), and points with 90 in 63 games.

-Linus Ullmark is expected to start for the Bruins. Ullmark is 16-7-6 with a 2.80 GAA and a .910 save percentage.

-Defenseman Hampus Lindholm (knee) is week-to-week. Rookie center Matthew Poitras (shoulder) is out for the season, and veteran winger Milan Lucic is on indefinite leave for the remainder of the season.

Boston Bruins Lineup


Brad Marchand – Charlie Coyle – Jake DeBrusk

Danton Heinen – Pavel Zacha – David Pastrnak

James van Riemsdyk – Morgan Geekie – Trent Frederic

Jakub Lauko – Jesper Boqvist – Justin Brazeau


Matt Grzelcyk – Charlie McAvoy

Mason Lohrei – Brandon Carlo

Parker Wotherspoon – Kevin Shattenkirk


Linus Ullmark

Jeremy Swayman



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