Another shuffling of the lineup for Beantown.

Published November 13, 2022 at 1:36 PM

We are back in the place where nightmares live if you're a member of Canuck Nation as 'The Boys' step into TD Garden to take on the white hot Boston Bruins who are out to a 13-2 start.

I don't need to remind you of the struggles that have haunted the Canucks in this building. I don't want to put Roberto Luongo or the Sedins on blast during their Hall of Fame Induction week, so I'll just say this.

We all remember what they did that summer.


After another blown lead last night in Toronto we will see Thatcher Demko back in goal this afternoon, looking to collect only his second win of the year after 9 starts.

Up front we will see Sheldon Dries drawing back in the lineup while J.T. Miller transitions back to the wing, leaving Andrei Kuzmenko as the odd man out. One mystery is answered on the back end asRiley Stillman will sit in favour of Kyle Burroughs who will find his way into a lineup for the first time in November.

Bruce Boudreau met with media this afternoon to discuss his lineup but started with some praise for Jack Studnicka who makes his return to Boston only weeks after being dealt.

Puck Drop is at 3pm today, a rare 3pm start so get yourself couched by 2:45 & get ready for the circus. The Bruins are undefeated at home so will the trend continue or will the law of averages show it's face & let VanCity escape with a pair of points?
November 13   |   89 answers
Another shuffling of the lineup for Beantown.

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