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|Last 10 Games|
Bruins' Chara Back In Form
|(9/1/15) Zdeno Chara, who is bouncing back from the displaced fracture of his left fibula that he dealt with late last season, pronounced himself healthy in advance of the coming season, csnne.com reports.|
Bruins' Chara Recovering From Ankle Issue
|(4/22/15) Zdeno Chara will not play for Slovakia in next month's IIHF World Championships, as he is reportedly recovering from an ankle fracture, csnne.com reports.|
Bruins' Chara Diagnosed With Fibula Fracture
|(4/21/15) Zdeno Chara was diagnosed Tuesday with a non-displaced fracture of his left fibula.|
Bruins' Chara Aims To Return To Form Next Season
|(4/14/15) Zdeno Chara, who suffered a knee injury on Oct. 23 that kept him out until Dec. 11 this past season, expects to return to form in 2015-16, the Boston Herald reports.|
Bruins' Chara To Have Permanent Permanent PCL Tear
|(4/13/15) Zdeno Chara will have a permanent PCL tear in his left knee, but the issue has healed and stabilized, and won't require surgery, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.|
Hedman scores lone shootout goal, Lightning beat Bruins 3-2
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Boston coach Claude Julien postponed any talk about what's next for the Bruins. The end of a disappointing season was just too soon.
Bruins' Chara Remains Busy
Chara took two shots while seeing a team-high 25:39 worth of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Panthers.Unsurprisingly, Chara, who took a puck off his foot/ankle in Saturday's game and then appeared to get hit in a similar area Wednesday, per the Boston Globe, toughed it out in Thursday's key game, but if the B's don't get some help in the next couple of days, the big blueliner's offseason could begin as soon as Sunday.
Bruins' Chara Looks Good To Go
Chara (undisclosed) was on the ice for morning skate and appears set to play Wednesday against the Capitals, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.Chara received a maintenance day Monday after taking a shot off his ankle in Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs, but returned to the ice for Tuesday's practice. His presence at morning skate likely assures his availability for Wednesday's game, which is critical towards the Bruins' hopes of securing a playoff spot.
Bruins' Chara Returns To Practice
Chara (undisclosed injury) was at practice Tuesday.Chara, who was shaken up after blocking a shot (with his left ankle/foot) on Saturday, was given a maintenance day Monday, but his return to the ice Tuesday suggests that the B's captain will be available for Wednesday's game against the Caps. Chara, who has eight goals and 20 points in 60 games overall this season, has not recorded a point over his last six games.
Bruins' Chara Given Maintenance Day
Chara, who is dealing with an undisclosed injury, was given a maintenance day Monday, per coach Claude Julien.Given that Chara was visibly shaken up after blocking a shot (with his left ankle/foot) on Saturday, it's not a huge surprise that he's getting a breather on Monday. While Julien is calling Chara's absence a maintenance day, we'll still consider the blueliner day-to-day in advance of Wednesday's game against Washington.
|Zdeno Chara, whose 2014-15 campaign was slowed by knee woes stemming from an October injury, finished up the season with a subpar 20 points and 42 PIM in 63 games, with the blueliner acknowledging that he wasn't skating at 100 percent when he returned to action in December. During the upcoming season, Chara plans to wear a brace on his left knee while continuing to play on a balky PCL ligament that has at least been stabilized. On the plus side, Chara didn’t require surgery on the knee this offseason, which should allow the fitness-minded veteran to be as close to full strength as possible in advance of the 2015-16 season. At the age of 38, Chara’s best days are likely behind him, but when healthy, the 6-foot-9 rearguard is a towering defensive presence, featuring a massive reach and surprisingly solid puck skills for such a big man. Whether he’s used up front as a giant screen to create havoc for goalies or on the point, where his booming shot is fearsome, Chara is a mainstay on the Bruins’ power play. As long as he remains in such a role, he'll continue to provide fantasy value on some level. (Updated 8/19/15) |