Boston Bruins D Charlie McAvoy is absent from Game 4 against the Carolina Hurricanes, while on COVID-19 protocol

Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoyGame 4 of the series against the team was cancelled Carolina HurricanesAfter being placed in NHL COVID-19 protocol, I was able to return home on Sunday

McAvoy, who is 24 years old, is the team's best defenseman. McAvoy has two assists in the last three games, and Boston is leading in playoff ice-time with an average of 25:15. He was used by the Bruins to take on Hurricanes' topline. Sebastian AhoBoston won Game 3 with a 4-2 victory. The line was not scored.

He'll be replaced with someone else in the Boston lineup Josh BrownThe Bruins purchased a 28-year old defenseman from the Ottawa SenatorsAt the trade deadline. His last postseason appearance was at the Florida Panthers2020

According to NHL protocols, McAvoy must be isolated for five days after he has tested positive for COVID. After that, he must test negative before returning to action.

Bruce Cassidy stated that the injured defenseman has been released. Hampus LindholmRaleigh could host Game 5 again.

The Hurricanes got good news, however, with word that Antti RaantaHe is now back in goal. He was injured in a collision against the Bruins forward during Game 2. David Pastrnak. Rookie rookie goalie Pyotr KochetkovHe took over as goalkeeper and won the win. However, he lost Game 3.

Kochetkov is actually third-string goalie while Raanta serves as the backup Frederik AndersenHe has been rehabilitating a lower-body accident.

Carolina is leading their first round series, 2-1.

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