• Brandon Carlo Reflects On ‘Great Hit' That Sidelined Him During Bruins-Islanders Series

    10 days ago - By NESN

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    Brandon Carlo bears no grudge against Cal Clutterbuck.
    The Boston Bruins defenseman reflected Friday on the season-ending check the New York Islanders' right wing levied on him. Carlo exited Game 3 of the Bruins-Islanders Stanley Cup Playoffs second-round series after Clutterbuck's check sent his head into the glass. Although an upper-body injury sidelined Carlo for Games 4, 5 and 6, he agrees with Clutterbuck's and the vast majority of the NHL community's assessment that it was a “clean” hit.
    “I thought - great hit,” Carlo said in a video press conference. “I had no...
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  • Brandon Carlo Reveals Whether He Would've Played In Bruins-Islanders Game 7

    10 days ago - By NESN

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    Brandon Carlo can't say for sure when he would have returned to his role with the Boston Bruins.
    The B's defenseman is unsure whether he would have played in Game 7 of the Bruins versus New York Islanders had their Stanley Cup Playoffs second-round series gone that far. The upper-body injury Carlo suffered in Game 3 ultimately sidelined him for the remainder of the the series, as the Islanders eliminated the Bruins Wednesday night with a 6-2 victory in Game 6. Nevertheless, Carlo addressed a hypothetical return-for-Game 7 scenario Friday in a video press...
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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller Finally Addresses Ugly Hit From Dmitry Orlov

    Bruins' Kevan Miller Finally Addresses Ugly Hit From Dmitry Orlov

    10 days ago - By NESN

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    Kevan Miller came so close to returning for the Boston Bruins in their second-round Stanley Cup playoff series against the New York Islanders.
    The Bruins defenseman confirmed Friday he “most likely” would have played in Game 7 at TD Garden had Boston defeated New York in Game 6 at Nassau Coliseum to stave off elimination .
    Instead, we're left to wonder what could have been had the B's won one more game. Just like Miller is left to wonder what could have been had Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov not left his feet to deliver a punishing blow to the head in Game 4 of...
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