Tuukka Rask and Ondrej Pavelec will get the starts for the Bruins and Jets respectively in their third meeting of the season, and Rask will attempt to avenge his last loss in Winnipeg while currently riding a five-game winning streak. Rask still leads the NHL with a 1.49 goals against average and .949 save percentage and has allowed just one goal in his last 276:08 of play between the pipes dating back to a Dec. 3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Benoit Pouliot is indeed skating in the left wing spot vacated by the suspended Brad Marchand alongside Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin, and had three assists in place of the Bs agitator while he was sick with the flu vs. the Calgary Flames last week.
Rob Gronkowski's been having more than his share of fun this offseason, based off what we've seen on social media, but he sent out a Tweet Sunday night that makes it sound as if he can't wait for training camp to begin.
Gronkowski played in only eight games in 2016 because of back issues that eventually required surgery, and missed all of the Patriots' run to the Super Bowl championship.
Of course, if you check Gronk's timeline beneath his 'I-can't-wait-to-start-playing-again' Tweet, you'll find a) a couple of hypes for his new show MVP, b) a re-Tweet in which he's helping Mojo Rawley get ready for Wrestlemania, and c) quasi-ads for the various products he endorses.
The guys on The Baseball Show discuss Pablo Sandoval lighting it up in spring training and if he could continue that in the regular season.