With Tuukka Rask and Jaroslav Halak, do the Bruins have the goaltending to win the Stanley Cup? - The Boston Globe Defensive schemes come and go in the NHL. Fighting in today’s game is somewhere between an afterthought and tattered film in a hockey museum. Dump and chase has gone the way of leather skates and wooden sticks. Speed, speed, and a little more speed now make up the holy trinity of the NHL here in the late-teens of the millennium. But one thing doesn’t change in the ever-evolving league: the need for quality, consistent, win-on-a-nightly-basis goaltending. Among the league’s haves and have-nots, teams with the net covered figure they have a shot at winning the Stanley Cup. But as for teams that are goaltending have-nots . . . “You’re screwed, you’re screwed,” mused Boston general manager Don Sweeney, who feels his Bruins are comfortably shouldered in among the “haves.” “You can’t outscore your troubles. Just can’t do it.” The Bruins, with their somewhat surprising acquisition of veteran free agent Jaroslav Halak on July 1, have their most established goalie tandem since Sweeney took over as GM in 2015, and the most reliable since the day when resident No. 1 Tuukka Rask was parked on the bench while Tim Thomas spun his Cup magic (16-9, .940 save percentage, 1.98 goals against average) in the glorious spring of 2011. The acquisition of Halak, who at 33 is two years older than Rask, delivers the Bruins to a new season with the Finnish stalwart for the first time supported — and perhaps pushed? — by a partner who at times has been a No. 1.