2020 Bruins Player Grades
Krug’s creativity on the power play helped make it the league’s best man advantage.
McAvoy finished tenth in the Norris Trophy voting.
Coyle’s physical nature and smarts in the offensive zone benefited the Bruins again.
You ever just think about how for the first time in years, the Boston Bruins have a player on their team who’s being recognized for being good at goalscoring? Like...A LOT of goalscoring?
On defense, "under the radar" is a good thing.
Krejci remained solid in the middle of the Bruins’ ever-changing second line.
Grade the Players: Tasked with assuming starter duties mid-playoffs, Jaroslav Halak did his best to look the part
The series against Tampa exposed many weaknesses for the B’s, but the series loss doesn’t fall at Halak’s feet.
Tuukka Rask is the most successful pariah Boston has ever had.
The Bruins needed a bridge to the younger talent in the pipeline, and JoNo performed his role well.
Like a fine wine, Bergeron just keeps getting better with age
Decent, but scoring was an issue this season for the "Mayor of Walpole"
Playing in 12 more games than 2018-19, Clifton searches for a consistent role on the Bruins blueline
A late-season promotion proved fruitful for Lauzon.
The hometown defenseman inked a new deal this offseason and is line to become Boston’s next cornerstone on the blue line.
A steady increase in dependence didn’t yield a stronger performance from the 24-year-old forward.
The trade-deadline acquisition was unable to establish himself during the disconnected season.
No complaints about the Bruins’ top left wing.
Kuhlman was unable to routinely crack the lineup.
Not horrible, but not exactly inspiring progress.
Not much of an impact.