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Donato Pots Two Goals in Team USA Victory

Both tallies came on the power play during 2-1 win over Slovakia

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / - Bruins prospect Ryan Donato helped carry Team USA to victory on Friday with two power-play goals during a 2-1 triumph over Slovakia in a preliminary round game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Donato, a Scituate, Mass., native and Harvard University junior, is one of four collegiate players suiting up for the Red, White, and Blue during the Games.

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Ryan Donato Turns Attention to Olympics

Bruins prospect departs for South Korea on Feb. 7

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - On Monday night, Bruins prospect Ryan Donato represented Harvard in the first round of the Beanpot.

On Wednesday, Donato will board a 14-hour marathon flight to South Korea to represent the USA in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

"I've been thinking about that a lot," Donato said of the long travel. "Fourteen hours is a pretty long time for a flight."

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Prospects Donato, Sherman Impressing at Harvard

Donato notches assist in double-overtime loss in Beanpot

by Mark Garbino @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - One of the most exciting traditions in college hockey kicked off on Monday night at TD Garden: The Beanpot, a four-team tournament featuring Boston College, Northeastern University, Harvard University and Boston University, which grants bragging rights to one of these local schools. Among the tournament's participants, are two names that likely stand out to Bruins fans: Ryan Donato and Wiley Sherman.

Donato (2nd round in 2014) and Sherman (5th round in 2013) were both drafted by the Bruins and play for the Harvard Crimson. Harvard (10-9-4) faced the BU Terriers (15-11-2) in the second game of Monday's doubleheader, falling, 3-2, in a thrilling double-overtime showdown.

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Bruins Recall Peter Cehlarik On Emergency Basis

The 22-year-old forward has 1 goal and 1 assist in 5 games with Boston

by Boston Bruins @NHLBruins / Boston Bruins

BOSTON - Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, January 31, that the team has recalled forward Peter Cehlarik from Providence on an emergency basis. Cehlarik will join the team for Wednesday's practice at Warrior Ice Arena.

Cehlarik, 22, has one goal and one assists for two points in five games with Boston this season. He also has six goals and seven assists for 13 points with a plus-four rating in 17 games with Providence in 2017-18.

The 6-foot-2, 202-pound Zilina, Slovakia native was originally selected by Boston in the third round (90th overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

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Swayman Thriving During Freshman Season

First-year goalie won a bronze medal at World Juniors; is 5-0-1 in his last six starts at Maine

by Mark Garbino @NHLBruins / - Bruins goaltending prospect Jeremy Swayman is making the most of his first season at the University of Maine. With just 12 starts under his belt, the Bruins 2017 fourth-round pick is already turning heads in the NCAA by posting an 8-3-1 record with a 2.37 goals against average and .932 save percentage.

He ranks fifth in the nation in save percentage, solidified on January 6 when he recorded his first-career shutout in a 3-0 win over Boston University. Swayman described his accomplishment as a "really humbling feeling," but credited the team in front of him for the performance.

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Blend of Youth, Experience Has Propelled Providence

P-Bruins following Boston's lead on road to success

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

PROVIDENCE - Jay Leach knows the deal.

As a head coach in the American Hockey League, he gets paid to deal with a lineup in flux. This year, however, the first-year bench boss has had to balance a lineup with an unseemly amount of turmoil.

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P-Bruins Notebook: JFK Adjusting to Pro Life

Former BU standout in the midst of first season with Providence

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

PROVIDENCE - Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson has had to make plenty of adjustments in his first full professional season, but perhaps the biggest has been getting used to some newfound downtime.

When he's not at the rink, the former Boston University standout no longer has to worry about heading to class or studying for his next exam.

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Bjork Gets Off to Fast Start in Providence

First-year pro has recorded point in each game with P-Bruins

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins / - Anders Bjork's tantalizing speed enabled him to fly past the AHL and earn a spot on the Bruins Opening Night roster straight out of training camp this fall. Through his first 16 games, the Wisconsin native showed his potential, tallying 3 goals and 6 assists.

But during a Nov. 11 tilt against Toronto, Bjork took a heavy open-ice hit that sidelined him for the following seven games. After returning to the lineup on Dec. 2, the 21-year-old was struggled to find a groove, recording three points in the next 12 contests.

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Frederic Pots Four Goals En Route to Bronze

Steen picks up silver with Sweden

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / - Trent Frederic potted four goals to propel Team USA to a 9-3 thrashing of the Czech Republic en route to the bronze medal at the IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo on Friday night.

The 29th overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, Frederic opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal late in the first period. He followed up with two second-period tallies to complete his hat trick, before collecting his fourth during a third-period power play to make it 8-2. He was named the team's Player of the Game for his efforts.

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Czarnik Named AHL All-Star

Steen Scores Game-Winner in WJC Semi Final

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins / - Between a bevy of injuries to the Bruins, players called-up and others sent down, consistency has been difficult to find for Jay Leach and his Atlantic Division-leading Providence Bruins. Despite the circumstances, forward Austin Czarnik has been able to make the most of his time in Providence and was named an AHL All-Star on Thursday. The fourth-year pro leads the P-Bruins in assists (19) and points (28).

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