A bomb just fell on the Boston Bruins

Published February 8, 2022 at 9:19 PM

Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic dropped a small grenade: the Boston Bruins do not expect Tuukka Rask to continue his attempt to return to play.

The Finnish goalkeeper had hip surgery during the off-season, so it took several months of rehabilitation. He signed a one-year and a million-dollar agreement last January, but after four games, he is back on the sidelines (since January 24).

In his last game, on January 24, the 34-year-old goaltender allowed five goals on 27 shots, and after that game, he was added to the list of cripples.

He could therefore opt for retirement in the next few days and devote all his time to his family. With the statistics he has posted since his return, a save percentage of .844 and an average of 4.28 goals against, we understand that he is no longer where he should be.

It's sad, but health is priceless...
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