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Boston Bruin Gets Granted Much Needed Time Away From The Organization

Published January 30, 2024 at 2:39 PM

As the NHL season momentarily pauses for the All-Star weekend, the break signifies more than just a respite for some superstars—it's a chance to unwind amid All-Star festivities. Those not selected get precious time off to recharge and reconnect with family.

One Bruin, Matthew Poitras, welcomes this break at a crucial juncture. His struggles since returning from the World Juniors, following Team Canada's unexpected early exit, are evident. With 0 goals and 2 assists in 6 games and an injury sidelining him for one, Poitras has been out of rhythm. As the Bruins eye the playoff stretch with 32 games remaining, the team's success hinges on players like him being at their best. The looming prospect of playing into June intensifies the need for a healthy and ready roster.

The All-Star break becomes a pivotal moment for Poitras and others to rejuvenate—be it mentally or physically. Despite currently topping the standings, the Bruins face a challenging road ahead, with the Panthers trailing by only 5 points and key matchups on the horizon. The break serves as a crucial interlude before the demanding final stretch of the season. Enjoy the respite, players, for the toughest part of the season lies ahead!

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Boston Bruin Gets Granted Much Needed Time Away From The Organization

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