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Berkshire Bank Hockey Night in NE: Bruins-Blackhawks projected lines, matchups

Berkshire Bank Hockey Night in NE: Bruins-Blackhawks projected lines, matchups

The Bruins look to extend their winning streak on Saturday night against the Blackhawks.

Boston welcomes Chicago at TD Garden for the first time this 2022-23 NHL season and the Bruins are on a five-game winning streak. The Blackhawks, meanwhile, have lost four of their last five games.

Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery isn’t adjusting the lines too much Thursday’s victory by 4-1 about the Philadelphia Flyers. Jeremy Swayman will make his return in net after being injured Nov. 1 in a collision with Patrice Bergeron during Bruins win against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Anton Stralman, which impressed Montgomery in Thursday’s game, he remains in the lineup, meaning Jakub Zboril will miss his second straight game. The junior defenseman came down with a fever but returned to practice Saturday and is feeling better, but Montgomery said Zboril’s skating Saturday was to make him sweat a little.

You can catch all the action in NESN with the pregame at 6 pm ET before a puck drop at 7 pm

Here are the projected lines and defensive pairings for Saturday’s Bruins-Blackhawks game.

BOSTON BRUINS (15-2-0)
Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Jake DeBrusk
Taylor Hall – David Krejci – David Pastrnak
Trent Frederic-Charlie Coyle-Pavel Zacha
Nick Foligno–Tomas Nosek–AJ Greer





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