Charlie McAvoy Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 209 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/21/1997 (25)
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Boston Bruins defensemen Dmitry Orlov (back) and Charlie McAvoy (undisclosed) won't play Sunday against the Flyers. Hampus Lindholm and Brandon Carlo will form the first defensive pairing in the game, with Matt Grzelcyk and Connor Carrick part of the second pairing. Both players are likely just getting rested, with the playoffs scheduled to start on April 17 and the Bruins having already secured home-ice advantage for the postseason. McAvoy also already had an injury scare earlier in the week, so there's no need to risk players' health in a meaningless game. Forwards Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci and Taylor Hall are also out Sunday.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy (upper body) will be in the lineup Saturday against New Jersey. He left Thursday's battle against Toronto early with an upper-body injury and it was first reported that Boston will keep him out of the lineup over the weekend, but it's now been confirmed that McAvoy is ready to play. The 25-year-old enters Saturday's action on 50 points, having enjoyed a very fruitful spell in recent games with five points posted across his last five appearances. He should take his normal duties on the first defensive pairing and the second power-play unit. Meanwhile, Boston has confirmed that winger Taylor Hall (lower body) will also play Saturday.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy isn't expected to play over the weekend after leaving Thursday's 2-1 overtime win over Toronto with an upper-body injury. He was pulled from the game as a precaution, but the Bruins obviously have no reason whatsoever to play him when he's not completely healthy, with the team comfortably leading the league. McAvoy has posted his second consecutive 50-point campaign with seven goals and 43 assists in 64 games. His absence gave Connor Clifton's minutes a big boost Thursday and it should allow Jakub Zboril back into the lineup for Saturday's game against New Jersey.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy registered an assist on all of the team's goals in Monday's 3-1 victory over the Senators. Jake DeBrusk scored his first goal since returning from injury and David Pastrnak found the net twice. It's McAvoy's second consecutive multi-assist game, and he has amassed nine helpers in total across his past seven appearances. McAvoy didn't make his season debut until Nov. 10, but he's been well worth the wait. The American blue-liner has logged 35 assists and 39 points in 43 games with 68 shots on net, 53 hits and 82 blocks.
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