The Boston Bruins selected Jack Studnicka back in 2017 the second round of NHL Draft. Studnicka just wrapped up his first official season in the American Hockey League this past season. The season was paused and later cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 60 games played he had 49 points, adding 23 goals, along with 26 assists for the Providence Bruins. Still only 21 years old that is impressive numbers in his first season in the minors.
Boston In for the stretch run
The NHL season has been on hold since mid-March and still nothing set in stone on when the season may resume. As of now Boston leads the NHL with 100 points. The Bruins have the most wins (44), and least losses (14). There is a lot of talent in this organization to succeed and have a strong chance of winning Lord Stanley in the near future. The team will be ready to go and perform once the season resumes.
Head Coach Bruce Cassidy has a big decision to make in the near future if he wants Studnicka on the playoff roster. Boston know’s that he can contribute on the ice, and has a good mindset playing the game well. Jack could be your X-factor, also the spark that Boston could you deep down the stretch. In order for the Bruins to have another shot at the Stanley Cup they will need to rely on top line to perform well and the rest of the lines to contribute also.