Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, after making comments in a Finnish publication  that were interpreted as a complaint about playing time, told ESPN.com  that his comments had been exaggerated. Still, he did not disavow completely the sentiments that had been ascribed to him.
"That Google Translate sucks," Rask told ESPN.com. "I said 'Obviously I don't want to be sitting on the bench my whole career and I like it here, but obviously I want to play and sometimes you play a great game and then next game you can't play and sometimes it gets frustrating but you don't show it for the team.'
"I am happy and I feel good [this season] for the most part. I'm playing more and I played good the first part of the year but lately I've had a couple tough games and let it slip away a bit there. But I think it's been a good year for me and our team for the most part."
Rask is 11-7 with a 2.01 goals against average, and the 24-year-old's .932 save percentage is tied with teammate Tim Thomas for the fourth best mark in the NHL.
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