Charlie McAvoy Cleared to Play in Game 5

As the Bruins gear up for Game five tonight, it was expected they would be without Hampus Lindholm and Charlie McAvoy. As Lindholm is recovering from an injury sustained in Game two thanks to a demolishing hit. McAvoy on the other hand missed Game four due to testing positive for covid. Per NHL protocol McAvoy is to quarantine for five days before rejoining the team for practice or games.

After not traveling with the team to Carolina, which indicated he had not cleared covid protocols, there was a change of events. This afternoon Chalrie McAvoy was spotted walking into PNC Arena after being flown on a private jet by Bruins Ownership.

McAvoy will participate in warm-ups and join the Bruins for Game five as they look to steal one on the road. If the Bruins can secure the win tonight, they will travel back to Boston for Game six where they will have a chance to close the series out.

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