Jim Montgomery says Ullmark coming out and He is going to be fine
Jim Montgomery says Ullmark coming out was “precautionary” and that “he’s going to be fine”.
He doesn’t seem concerned.
According to Jim Montgomery, the head coach of the Boston Bruins, Linus Ullmark’s departure from Tuesday’s game against the Washington Capitals was precautionary, and he expects the goaltender to be ready for the start of the playoffs next week. Ullmark appeared to sustain an injury while making a save and left the game midway through the third period, casting a shadow over the end of the team’s historic regular season.
Linus Ullmark, the starting goaltender for the Boston Bruins, had made 19 saves before leaving the game early due to an injury. With the Bruins having already secured their spot in the playoffs, their primary objective during the final week of the regular season was to avoid any further injuries and ensure that they enter the postseason in good health.
Ullmark’s importance to the team cannot be overstated, as he has been one of the best goaltenders in the NHL this season and is considered a strong contender for the Vezina Trophy, awarded annually to the league’s top goaltender. His stellar play has been a major factor in the Bruins’ success this season, and his absence would be a significant blow to the team’s playoff hopes. Therefore, the Bruins will undoubtedly be closely monitoring his status in the coming days as they prepare for the start of the postseason.
Ty Anderson tweeted: Ullmark is fine.
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