The rich got richer when the Bruins shifted Carl Soderberg to center.
During their 4-2 win in Game 5, the Bruins proved that there’s nothing the same about their power play compared to past years.
Carl Soderberg’s and Loui Eriksson’s exceptional play is nothing new. All that’s changed is that they’re finally getting rewarded.
Can’t wait for the Bruins and Canadiens to drop the puck? This preview should hold you over for a while.
The 2013-14 Bruins seem to be finding an extra gear that last year’s squad couldn’t.
Carl Soderberg has taken on the role of Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak’s favorite Bruin, replacing Kaspars “The Dog Man” Daugavins from last year, and his physical presence is a big reason why.
Not since P. J. Axelsson became a salary cap casualty and deserted the NHL for his homeland after the 2008-09 season had a Swede pulled on a Bruins sweater before Carl Soderberg put an end to everyone’s anticipation and joined the Bruins late last season.
The Bruins lost their cool a bit against the Canadiens on Monday night, but Matt Kalman knows they’ll keep their cool should they meet up again.
Dave Goucher disagrees with those downplaying Boston’s 10-game win streak, saying many of the games were much more important to the Bruins’ opposition.