The Boston Bruins will look to win their fourth straight game Saturday afternoon at TD Garden.
The Bruins will host the Detroit Red Wings, who are looking for their first victory of the 2018-19 season. Boston has won three in a row after dropping its season opener against the Washington Capitals.
Tuukka Rask will get the start in net, his third of the season. Backup netminder Jaroslav Halak, who has looked impressive in the early going, will begin the game on the bench.
As for the lines, struggling second-year winger Danton Heinen is expected to be a healthy scratch. Joakim Nordstrom will start left wing on the second line, while Ryan Donato and Anders Bjork will serve wing duties on the third line.
Here are the projected lines and pairings for both teams:
BOSTON BRUINS (3-1-0)
Brad Marchand — Patrice Bergeron — David Pastrnak
Joakim Nordstrom — David Krejci — Jake DeBrusk
Ryan Donato — David Backes — Anders Bjork
Chris Wagner — Sean Kuraly — Noel Acciari
Zdeno Chara — Charlie McAvoy
John Moore — Brandon Carlo
Matt Grzelcyk — Kevan Miller
Detroit Red Wings (0-2-2)
Gustav Nyquist — Dylan Larkin — Anthony Mantha
Tyler Bertuzzi — Andreas Athanasiou — Thomas Vanek
Justin Abdelkader — Frans Nielsen — Michael Rasmussen
Darren Helm — Christoffer Ehn — Luke Glendening
Danny DeKeyser — Filip Hronek
Niklas Kronwall — Nick Jensen
Joe Hicketts — Libor Sulak
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