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Bruins Notebook

Goalie Chad Johnson set to make Bruins debut

Backup may face Buffalo

WILMINGTON — Tuukka Rask is one of two goalies in the NHL to log every second of playing time for his club. San Jose’s Antti Niemi is the other.

For the Bruins, Rask’s workload has been a good thing. It reflects that Rask (5-2-0, 1.29 goals-against average, .954 save percentage, one shutout) is the NHL’s sharpest puckstopper. Rask’s made every save the Bruins have asked of him, and even some of the unexpected variety. None of the nine goals scored on Rask has been questionable.

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