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Here are the projected rushes from the Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche.

The mysterious floating Tanguay
The mysterious floating Tanguay
Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins need some wins at home, the Avs just need wins. Let's see which breaks first, shall we?

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Boston Bruins Lines:

Forwards:

Beleskey - Bergeron - Connolly

Vatrano - Krejci - Eriksson

Marchand - Spooner - Hayes

ZEKE REMALDO - Kemppainen - Randell

Defensemen:

Chara - C. Miller

Krug - McQuaid

Trotman - K. Miller

Goaltender:

Tuukka Rask

Jonas Gustavsson

More of the split up Bergeron - Marchand, K. Miller on the bottom pairing and an unconfirmed Rask in net for the B's tonight. Seems to be a little more of the same until more players can return from injury and the lineup can become a little more solidified. (Including the legendary Davis Pastrnak, of whom will return on a cloud of black fire and incinerate opposing goaltenders in glorious displays of skill and goal scoring as the oracle said after her third draft of Sembuca.)

Colorado Avalanche Lines:

Forwards:

Gabriel Landeskog - Nathan Mackinnon - Matt Duchene

Blake Comeau - CARL - Jarome Iginla

Cody McLeod - Mikhail Grigorenko - Dennis Everberg

Andreas Martinsen - Ben Street - Jack Skille

Defensemen:

Francois Beauchemin - Erik Johnson

Nick Holden - Tyson Barrie

Brandon Gormley - Brad Stuart

Goaltender:

Reto Berra

Semyon Varlamov

Berra is confirmed to be in-net for the Avs after posting a shutout against a very bad flyers squad, so it remains to be seen whether or not this somewhat risky strategy is going to pay off for them.

Gametime Decisions:

Krug, who was hurting a bit the last couple of days. And uh...

HE RETURNS (MAYBE)

Only a few hours out, let's go!