By Ty Anderson, 985TheSportsHub.com
The Boston Bruins officially have new dates for their postponed two-game set with the Sabres, as well as two other games, courtesy of the National Hockey League’s Saturday schedule tweaks.
Beginning with the two-game homestead with the Sabres, the game originally scheduled for Feb. 6 has been moved to Mar. 27 at 1 p.m., while the Feb. 8 contest will now take place at 7 p.m. on Apr. 13. Both games will be at TD Garden.
These games were moved amid a slight outbreak within the Buffalo dressing room, with Taylor Hall and Rasmus Ristolainen both added to the league’s COVID list earlier this week.
But the Bruins had games already scheduled for both Mar. 27 and Apr. 13 (both against the Islanders), which will now be moved to other dates. The original Mar. 27 head-to-head with the Islanders has been moved to Mar. 23, while the Apr. 13 contest, meanwhile, will be moved up a day to Apr. 14. Those games will also be played at TD Garden.
The Bruins get back to work Wednesday night in New York against the Rangers.