Charlie Coyle Won’t Play In Bruins-Capitals Due To COVID-19 Protocols

Coyle has played in 19 games this season

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March 3, 2021

The Boston Bruins will be even more shorthanded than originally planned Wednesday night.

Boston announced center Charlie Coyle will not play in the Bruins’ game against the Washington Capitals at TD Garden due to COVID-19 protocols.

Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean Coyle has contracted the virus.

Coyle has been a bright spot for the Bruins this season with five goals, three assists and eight points in 19 games.

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