Zdeno Chara proved yet again why he is one of the greats.
No one has to remind the Bruins how important depth along the blue line is.
The Bruins’ new line is running on all cylinders.
After the Bruins held two training camp practice sessions at TD Garden Saturday, Matt Bartkowski said he hadn’t yet heard the encouraging words coach Claude Julien uttered during a press conference earlier in the week.
His stint as Bruins general manager started with the sluggishness of a sedan with a banana in the tailpipe. And over the course of his seven seasons leading the Black and Gold, Peter Chiarelli has made his share of moves that didn’t pay off.
Milan Lucic showed on Saturday why teams don’t want to face him when he is fired up.
Boston’s “improved” play on Sunday wasn’t enough and it has head coach Claude Julien scrambling a bit.
The question has been brought up numerous times during the Bruins’ recent stretch of dominance, which now stands at 23-4-1 since November 1 after their 4-3 loss to Vancouver at the TD Garden. “What can stop these Bruins?”