Boston Bruins: Charlie McAvoy likely to miss Game 5 due to Covid Protocol

Just prior to Game 4 at TD Garden, the Boston Bruins announced that Charlie McAvoy would miss the game and be placed into Covid protocol. One of the Covid protocol rules is that the player must sit out for five days since the start of symptoms. This will cause McAvoy to potentially miss Game 5 in Raleigh.

Boston skated without Charlie McAvoy and Hampus Lindholm in Game 4 and Bruce Cassidy alluded to a possible Lindholm return for Game 5 on Tuesday evening. With the series tied 2-2, Tuesday night will be an important game that will likely determine who wins the series.

Hopefully, the Bruins will get healthy before Game 6 back in Boston on Thursday night.

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