After a disappointing playoff debut, Boston Bruins say Linus Ulmark will not be replaced.

The Boston BruinsThey were defeated in Game 1 against the Carolina HurricanesBruce Cassidy was not going to let that happen. Linus Ullmark.

Cassidy stated Monday night, “I am not faulting the goaltender for that.” “We had opportunities that we needed to complete. They did.

Cassidy didn't name a starting goaltender for Wednesday night's Game 2 at Raleigh, North Carolina. Jeremy SwaymanYou are waiting in the wings.

Ullmark is currently in his seventh NHL season. However, this was his first playoff appearance. On 24 shots, he allowed four goals. This included a puck that landed on his back by Hurricanes centre Vincent TrocheckIt was 4-1 at the end of the third period. This was one of three goals Carolina scored in that period, along with an empty netter.

“You can't score if you don't make the saves at halftime. Cassidy stated, “Let's just call it what is.” “The last goal… He'll tell you that it's not an easy goal to lose, but it's still 4-1. Ullmark will not be beaten.

Cassidy felt that the problem was more serious than the inability of the Bruins to win against Carolina. Antti RaantaFredrik Andersen had been injured so he was replaced by. Boston was 0-for-3 in the power play, and only managed one goal from 36 shots.

This loss is the latest in a long line of disappointing losses for Boston against Carolina. The Bruins lost all three regular season meetings against the Hurricanes and were outscored 16-1.

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