Malcolm Subban, Brian Ferlin to make NHL debuts, Daniel Paille to sit amidst Bruins’ lineup shuffle
|02.20.15 at 1:27 pm ET|
Malcolm Subban reportedly was the first goaltender off the ice in Friday’s morning skate, indicating the 2012 first-round pick will make his NHL debut against the Blues. Right wing Brian Ferlin also will make his NHL debut.
Subban, who is in his second recall of the season, spent a four-game stretch with the B’s earlier this month but did not play. He was recalled again this week, with the B’s opting against starting him Wednesday against the Oilers. Despite starting Tuukka Rask in the game, the B’s still lost to Edmonton in a shootout.
Should Subban play the entire game Friday, it will break up a stretch of 15 straight games played for Rask, who has also played in 24 of the Bruins’ last 25 games.
Bruins coach Claude Julien told reporters that both Ferlin and Jordan Caron will play Friday. Both players took line rushes with Gregory Campbell on the fourth line in morning skate, according to the Boston Herald. As such, Daniel Paille and Craig Cunningham will be healthy scratches.
According to Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald, the lines in morning skate were as follows:
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