Charlie McAvoy Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 209 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/21/1997 (26)
Charlie McAvoy Last 10 Games
Charlie McAvoy News
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy (upper body) is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday after missing the previous four games with an upper-body injury suffered December 7. McAvoy took morning skate and head coach Jim Montgomery said he is likely in, but they are going to wait and see how he feels at game time. If he does play, McAvoy will return to a top pairing role and will see time on the B's first powerplay unit. The stud d-man has 17 points (three goals, 17 assists) in 21 games this season. Get him back in your lineups as soon as he is confirmed in.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy (shoulder) did not practice on Friday and is considered day-to-day. McAvoy left Thursday's game early with a shoulder injury and could miss Saturday's game, although the team is hopeful he can play. The stud blueliner has 17 points (three goals, 14 assists) in 21 games played this year to go with solid peripherals. If he is forced to miss time, expect Hampus Lindholm to see a bump up to the first powerplay unit, making him a terrific stream.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy has had his four-game suspension upheld on appeal by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. The rear guard was handed a four-game ban for a hit to the head of Florida Panthers defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson during a 3-2 overtime win on Oct. 30. He has missed three games since the incident, leaving him eligible to return to the lineup Saturday on the road against the Montreal Canadiens. It's been a hot start to the season for the American who has tallied two goals and eight points across nine games with 23 penalty minutes, 19 shots, 17 hits, and 20 blocks, as well. The Bruins have managed to thrive without their No. 1 defenseman as they sit second in the NHL with 21 points thanks to a 10-1-1 record on the young campaign.
Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy is appealing his four-game suspension for a hit to the head of Florida Panthers defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson. McAvoy was assessed a five-minute match penalty and a game misconduct for a high hit on Ekman-Larsson midway through the third period of Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Panthers and was slapped with a four-game ban on Tuesday. NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has the final say on whether to uphold or reduce the suspension while he held up a four-game suspension upon appeal for Calgary Flames defenseman Rasmus Andersson in a similar incident last week. The American-born McAvoy has two goals and eight points on 19 shots with 17 hits and 20 blocked shots across nine games on the season.