The Bruins were able to pick up a point in the standings, but were once again stifled in the shootout on the road against Minnesota in a 4-3 loss to the Wild.
Mikko Koivu scored for Minnesota and Ilya Bryzgalov denied all three Boston shots in the shootout, lifting the Wild to a 4-3 victory over the Bruins.
Despite losing some of the top goal-scorers in the NHL over the last few seasons, the Bruins still continue to win and remain one of the best teams in hockey — how do they do it? Chiarelli and Julien, that’s how.
Matt Kalman of CBSBostonSports.com and NHL.com joined Adam Jones to discuss what’s expected of the Bruins over the final stretch of regular-season games, who their first-round playoff opponent will be, and more.
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Krug watched the game winner from the penalty box, as he was whistled for what appeared to be a marginal holding call.
Two losses in a row? No big deal. Johnny Boychuk wants everyone to know that fatigue is not a factor.
The story of the game was the sloppy play of the Bruins’ young defensemen, who on some level all contributed to each of the Leafs’ four goals.
The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Thursday night.
The league-leading Boston Bruins are without question the hottest team in hockey with a 8-1-1- record in their last 10 games, but perhaps no team has given them as much trouble this season than the Detroit Red Wings.