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just tried to keep moving forward.” The addition of Marty Turco served as a good stopgap, but because he doesn’t have playoff eligibility, it was clear from the time Turco was signed that if Rask wasn’t ready for the playoffs, Khudobin would have to be Thomas
is as many as he played in last regular season. He’s made 53 starts this campaign, compared to 55 a year ago. Marty Turco could be between the pipes Saturday against the Islanders, but Thomas was quick to point out that the starting goaltender isn’t up to him. “I haven’t really thought
to find a lineup and stick with it. TURCO 'S LAST START AS A BRUIN? Everyone remembers how Marty Turco ’s first start as a Bruin went: Three goals in the first 4:31, Turco yanked, Turco put back in and a myriad of other ugly
the issue of rest will remain a factor. The Bruins aren’t playing again until Thursday in San Jose, and giving Marty Turco any of the games (two of the three opponents – the Sharks and Kings – are fighting for playoff spots) should be in the Bruins’ plans. Or they could just allow minimal shots and opportunities
s, but their options are limited given the circumstances. Like it or not, this team needs points badly, and if Marty Turco isn’t going to give them a chance to win (which he didn’t in the first five minutes Tuesday), they can’t give him Tuukka Rask ’s starts. That obviously flies
around well, taking shots as one of three goaltenders on the ice. Tim Thomas and Anton Khudobin are the other two, as Marty Turco is now ineligible because he signed after the trade deadline.
Marty Turco did Tuesday night what he’s always done in his long ..... there was no give up in this bunch,” Turco said. “And that’s, I think that’s a huge ..... never mind against a team like that.” Turco has had quite the career, including with
Sidney Crosby had two goals as the Penguins beat Marty Turco and the Bruins by a 5-3 score Tuesday night at TD Garden ..... the season, they were unable to make it any closer. Turco took the loss for the Bruins, stopping 22 of 27 shots and falling to 1-2-0
Northeast Division and the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference for the upcoming playoffs. The Bruins started backup Marty Turco in net and dressed Anton Khudobin as a back-up for the first time. Tim Thomas did not dress for the first time this
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