The Bruins finally got to unveil their new scoring line of Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Loui Eriksson on Tuesday at TD Garden.
Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson is looking to bounce back after a tough season.
Although no one would draw a resemblance between the Bruins’ roster and Swiss cheese, there are holes that need to be filled after the team reports for the start of training camp Thursday.
It’s not crazy to think that Bruins center David Krejci could score 30 goals in 2014-15.
The Bruins forward said it took some time to adjust to the new system.
Can Loui Eriksson replace the departed Jarome Iginla on Boston’s top line. Bob Beers stopped by WBZ-TV’s Sports Final on Sunday to discuss.
The Bruins will likely move Loui Eriksson to the first line with Jarome Iginla taking a better deal out West.
It’s not quite as exciting when the B’s sit on the sidelines while every other team gets to have all the fun. However, that doesn’t mean the Bruins were losers on the opening day of free agency.
The Bruins have gotten themselves into NHL salary cap jail, and Mike Halford of Pro Hockey Talk thinks the only way to remedy Iginla’s absence is to promote from within the ranks.
Carl Soderberg’s and Loui Eriksson’s exceptional play is nothing new. All that’s changed is that they’re finally getting rewarded.