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Bruins 2018 Training Camp and China Games Rosters announced

We have an interesting pair of rosters for you this preseason!

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Boston’s preseason schedule and their roster for the china games has been announced, with a good number of the B’s starters staying home for training camp, as per amalie benjamin:

Bergeron is still nursing an injury and expects to be ready by Game 1, and a good portion of these guys are probably keeping their jobs, so while the good people of Shenzhen and Beijing will miss a good portion of what makes the Boston Bruins like they are, they do get some starting talent, like the B’s embassador in all but name David Pastrnak, likely captain on this run with David Backes, and a good portion of the starting defense.

As for the preseason, their roster is considerably more balanced

Bruins 2018 Preseason Roster:

Forwards (as Randomly Generated lines, because you don’t wanna read this as a list that size.):

Joona Koppanen - Patrice Bergeron - Anders Bjork

Danton Heinen - Tanner Pond - Karson Kuhlman

Austin Fyten - Jakub Lauko - Zach Senyshyn

Noel Acciari - Sean Kuraly - Colby Cave

Ryan Fitzgerald - Marcel Noebels - Tanner Pond

Cameron Hughes - Brett McKenzie - Mark McNeill

Marcel Noebels

Cedric Pare


Zdeno Chara - Axel Andersson

Torey Krug - Wiley Sherman

Jeremy Lauzon - Joel Messner

Connor Clifton - Daniel Bukac

Emil Johansson - Olivier Galipeau

Cody Goloubef - Chris Breen

Mark Fayne


Dan Vladar

Zane McIntyre

Kyle Keyser

With that list out of the way, let’s take a look at the China Games Roster!

Bruins 2018 China Games Roster:

Forwards (as Randomly Generated lines):

Brad Marchand - David Backes (C?) - David Pastrnak

Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci (A?) - Peter Cehlarik

Ryan Donato - Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson - Joakim Nordstrom

Trent Frederic - Jack Studnicka - Chris Wagner

Martin Bakos

Jordan Szwarz


Urho Vaakanainen - Charlie McAvoy (A?)

Matt Grzelcyk - Brandon Carlo

John Moore - Kevan Miller

Jakub Zboril - Adam McQuaid


Tuukka Rask

Jaroslav Halak

The Preseason begins at 2:30am (No, I’m not kidding) on the 15th with the China Games, then continues with the domestic group the next day at 16th and 18th, and then Game 2 of the China Games on the 19th. After that, the rest is the domestic crew on and off until the 29th.

So! See you on the 14th for the preview for the China Games first game!