The NHL All-Star break came at an opportune time for the Boston Bruins.
The B’s started the new year on a high note, going 6-3-1 in January before embarking on a 10-day hiatus that ran through the All-Star Game in San Jose, Calif. The break allowed for Boston to catch its breath, and for goaltender Tuukka Rask to heal from a concussion suffered against the New York Rangers on Jan. 19.
The Bruins return to the ice Tuesday and face a tough test right out of the gate. Boston will host the Central Division-leading Winnipeg Jets at TD Garden for a 7 p.m. ET puck drop.
For more on the Bruins’ upcoming schedule, see the video above from “NESN Sports Today,” presented by People’s United Bank.