PHILADELPHIA – Jeremy Sweyman made 40 appearances in a memorable NHL debut, while the Boston Bruins outlasted the Philadelphia Flyer. R 4-2 on Tuesday night.
Sweyman, 22, was called on Monday and became the fourth goalkeeper to play for the Bruins this season. While Boston may have had high hopes for past four-round picks. But the Bruins may not expect this in a short notice, he needs to exist after Jaroslav Halak detected positive COVID-19 earlier this week.
“What an incredible experience,” Swayman said. “To win here in Philly means everything.”
The Flyers tested Swayman with 25 shots in the second, including Scott Laughton’s break where he calmly stopped, Hobey Baker̵7;s finalist Swayman last season as the best player in college hockey. At the University of Maine, four savings are required during the third period.
“He deserves better support than we have given,” said coach Bruce Cassidy. “And finally he did it in the third period.”
After his junior season with the Black Bears ended prematurely due to the Covid-19 outbreak, he opted to skip his final season and sign a three-year entry-level deal with the Bruins. He was seen by the organization – along with Dan Vladar, who was involved in the Bruins roster as Tuukka Rask remains sidelined with an undisclosed upper-body injury – as the team’s future in the net, Vladar recorded 29 titles for the Bruins. vs. the Flyers on Monday
“It’s a game and one that I love,” Swayman said. “And I enjoy every second of it.”
In his final season with the Black Bears, Swayman went 18-10-5 with a score of 2.07 goals per average and percentage. A 939 save, he led Maine to an 18-11-5 match, fitting for fourth in the East Hockey.
Swayman’s attempt made headlines one or two away from Patrice Bergeron, who saved a hat-trick and scored a career-high 900 points in the win.Brad Marchand added a short-term goal as Bruins won for the second time in three games. Bergeron’s final sum is empty.
Jakub Voracek and Shayne Gostisbehere scored goals for Flyers and their ineffective teammate Carter Hart for over a month had not fallen off his slumping goal, giving Swayman a win on the other side.
“It was a difficult loss,” said Flyers Oskar Lindblom, “but there are still many issues that are still there.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.