Anton Khudobin is having a good season, much to the delight of the Boston Bruins. They are loving the blunder made by the Carolina Hurricanes in trading him three years ago. He was a good goaltender then, and he has developed into an even better goaltender now. The Details of Kicking Out Khudobin During the
The Boston Bruins have had an interesting situation on their hands over the last few weeks. While they are most certainly not in the middle of a goalie controversy, the fact that both Tuukka Rask and Anton Khudobin are fighting for starts has created an interesting dynamic in the crease. Rask, the Bruins’ $7 million
Cam Ward, who recently moved to “backup” goalie for the Carolina Hurricanes, was in goal on Sunday night against the New York Islanders. As a writer, I cannot find the superlatives to describe his game. To say, “He stood on is head” would seem cliché. To say he was unconscious might be better, but honestly, he
With injuries wiping out key players, the Boston Bruins have been stranded on an island to start the season. In their past two games against the Minnesota Wild and New York Rangers, Boston’s lines looked more like a minor league team on paper. That is where forward Noel Acciari and backup goaltender Anton Khudobin come in.
When the Bruins earned their first victory of the season in their opening game against the Nashville Predators, many had high expectations moving forward. Justifiably so as the team looked quick, skilled and exciting. That emotional high didn’t last long though as the Bruins laid a goose-egg against the lowly Colorado Avalanche in their home