WILMINGTON — Through the first 17 games of the season, Tuukka Rask has rewarded the faith of those people who believed he was ready to become a top No. 1 goalie in the NHL.
Now over the next two months, the Bruins should get a better idea of what they have in backup Anton Khudobin.
Thanks to an unusually light schedule so far, the Bruins have had the luxury of starting Rask in 14 games, but with the heavy upcoming schedule (31 games in 57 days), the B’s will have no choice but to throw more work Khudobin’s way.