2021 Bruins Player Ratings
Ratings for the performances by the Bruins in 2021, with votes taken both internally and from readers.
In more ways than one.
Mirrored the fourth line’s struggles.
A bit role, but a role filled.
The other guy in the Hall trade!
It was a tough year for the Ohio kid.
He wasn’t terrible, but wasn’t quite great either.
He didn’t have much of a chance to make an impact, to be fair.
Vladar was the intial rookie sensation, but faded.
As a depth defenseman with grit, the addition was meant to support Boston’s defense, not to elevate it to new heights.
I think this one’s gonna be a tough pill to swallow
Smith showed his value on the second line as the season progressed.
It wasn’t terrible, but it was a step back.
He won over plenty of fans, but couldn’t nail down a consistent spot.
What did you expect?
With all the challenges the Bruins faced throughout the condensed season, Marchand’s game was the most consistent for the team.
They played, but not quite enough to REALLY rate them.
Injuries plagued what could have been Grzelcyk’s breakout year.
A change in scenery was exactly what Hall needed.
The bad outweighed the good for Ritchie this season.
Things certainly changed for #46 when Taylor Hall arrived.
Things haven’t quite crystallized for the B’s top prospect...yet.