The Bruins are back in action tonight against the Flyers at the TD Garden.  The Flyers are at the top of the East Division with a 3-1 record.  The Bruins who started the season with a win and has had two loses since, one in overtime.  Going into tonight’s game are 6th in the division.  Rask will be back in net tonight with an impressive 1.46 goals against average.  Keeping the puck out of the net has not been a problem for the B’s, its scoring goals that have been the problem.  In the three games this season the Bruins scored 3 goals in the first game, 1 in the second, and was held scoreless Monday night against the Islanders.

The B’s will play two games against the Flyers.  Tonight, the puck drops at 7pm and they will play the Flyers again on Saturday night, also at the TD Garden.  Tonight is the first home game this season for the Bruins.  They will play with no fans in the stands.

One of the Bruins biggest offensive weapons will be in street clothes again tonight.  David Pastrnak is still sidelined with a hip injury.  He has been seen on skates at practice although has been wearing a no-contact jersey.  Pastrnak is not expected back for at least a couple of weeks.

You can hear all the Bruins action starting with the 30-minute pre-game show at 6:30 here on AM 1230 WNAW or if you are traveling to the Pittsfield are on AM 1420 WBEC.  Below is the upcoming schedule for both the Bruins and the Celtics.

01/20 (WED) – CELTICS AT 76ERS – 6:30 PM

01/21 (THU) – BRUNS VS. FLYERS – 6:30 PM  

01/22 (FRI) – CELTICS AT 76ERS – 7:00 PM  

01/23 (SAT) – BRUNS VS. FLYERS – 6:30 PM  

01/24 (SUN) – CELTICS VS. CAV’S – 6:30 PM  

01/25 (MON) – CELTICS AT BULLS – 7:30 PM  

01/26 (TUE) – BRUINS VS. PENGUINS – 6:30 PM  

01/27 (WED) – CELTICS AT SPURS – 8:00 PM  

01/28 (THU) – BRUINS VS. PENGUINS – 6:30 PM 

01/30 (SAT) – BRUINS AT CAPITALS – 6:30 PM  

02/01 (MON) – BRUINS AT CAPITALS – 6:30 PM 

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