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Disturbing announcement concerning goaltender Linus Ullmark in the aftermath of the Bruins' defeat


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Elias Adaime
May 1, 2023  (5:04 PM)
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In the last few minutes, a major piece of information has been revealed by the reputable Kevin Weekes, and it concerns the Boston Bruins' goaltender, Linus Ullmark.

"Like all teams, players strive to play through serious injuries during the playoffs. My sources tell me that goaltender Ullmark was playing with a serious, restrictive, and painful injury that limited his mobility and technique." - Kevin Weekes

Wow!
To be able to play through such a serious injury in just a matter of days, Ullmark had to completely change his technique and playing style. It's crazy when you think about it!
This could certainly explain his underperformance against the Florida Panthers over the past two weeks. He was far from being 100%.
However, this revelation raises many questions:
"Why did the Bruins put a seriously injured and physically limited goalie in front of the net? Especially when their other goaltender, Jeremy Swayman, is excellent (and healthy). It makes no sense!"

"Incredible! They had another available goalie, a goaltender (Swayman) who ranks in the top-5 in save percentage and GAA this season. They should have turned to him."

This is certainly generating a lot of reactions.
Do you think the Bruins would have beaten the Panthers with Jeremy Swayman in goal?
As for Ullmark, he may have worsened his injury, which is concerning in the short term. If he needs surgery, it could jeopardize his availability to start next season.
A situation to follow.
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