Tuukka Rask says he's okay after being helped off ice at end of Bruins' win

Patrick Dunne
NBC Sports Boston

As the Bruins rushed the net to congratulate Tuukka Rask on his 31-save effort in a hard-fought, 4-3 victory over the Golden Knights in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, something seemed wrong. 

The goaltender briefly stayed down on the ice, was slow getting up and had to be helped off the ice.

What looked ominous doesn't appear to be major. Rask told reporters he'll be fine and it was just cramping from the heat in the T-Mobile Arena

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"He either had a little bit of a muscle pull or some dehydration, or both," B's coach Cassidy told NESN in a postgame interview. "I don't think there's anything structurally wrong."

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