Rangers Forward Tossed Around By Coyle In Massive Fight

Published October 5, 2023 at 9:38 PM
BY AUSTIN SABOURIN
Charlie Coyle is on a mission to prove himself as a potential first-line center for the Boston Bruins, stepping into the void left by the retirements of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci. And it seems he's making quite the statement.

During the game against the New York Rangers, Coyle found himself in the spotlight. In a surprising turn of events, the cameras captured Coyle engaging in a spirited tussle with Jimmy Vesey. Coyle came out on top in the scuffle, displaying his grit and determination. While this altercation granted the Rangers a four-minute power play, it was undeniably thrilling to see Coyle's fiery spirit.


But Coyle's impact didn't stop there. Even before the fight, he made his presence felt on the power play. A slick backhand pass from David Pastrnak found Coyle perfectly positioned in the slot for an easy tap-in goal.



Coyle's performance is undoubtedly raising eyebrows and signaling his readiness to take on a more prominent role for the Bruins.
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