Period 1B strikes again. Boy that sucked. Nice to see Beleskey actually giving a shit about tonight’s game. Man that Anaheim game somehow doesn’t look so bad huh? How much do I drink to forget this one?
A great Lucic tribute. A goal by top 10 in goals scored Brad Marchand. Three posts for the Bruins. Two goals in under two minutes with less than two minutes to go by the Kings. Some shoddy defense by Kevan Miller. Some quality defense by Joe Morrow. Not to ramble on but Patrice is perfect.
What did you all think of the Looch tribute?
The Boston Bruins kick off this week against old friend Milan Lucic and the Los Angeles Kings tonight at the TD Garden at 7:00pm. Boston sits tied for 2nd in the Atlantic division with Tampa Bay and Detroit with 62 points (28-18-6). The LA Kings lead the Pacific division with 65 points (31-17-3). Despite taking 5 out of 6 points against the bottom of the Atlantic division, the Bruins should be looking for more energy and effort going into tonight’s game.
So I think this picture is the only example I can think of where double-teaming might be fair, if not still pretty damn stupid.
How goes it, kids? The Bruins and Sabres are playing their fourth and final game against each other tonight, with the Bruins winning two of the past three games and I refuse to remember the score from that other one.
Here’s something that phoneymahoney posted earlier that really bears repeating:
That’s some pretty fucking sweet company right there. Let’s see what Spooner does tonight.
Tonight the Bruins take on the Buffalo Hi I’m Chad Johnsons. Bruins are looking to rebound from a OT loss against the Leafs while Buffalo beat the Habs (hahahahahaha!) last night 4-2. Hopefully the Bruins can take advantage of a team that’s playing the second game of a back to back.
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The Boston Bruins return from the All Star break 29-18-5 for 57 points, fourth in the Atlantic and first in the wild card. Tonight they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs (17-22-9 43 points) at TD Garden. The Bruins are 11-13-2 at home; with games against Toronto and Buffalo this week at the Garden, their home record should improve. Toronto is 10-14-2 on the road and 1-7-2 in their last ten.
Tonight’s Lines (from dailyfaceoff.com)
Marchand – Bergeron – Connolly
Eriksson – Krejci – Pastrnak
Beleskey – Spooner – Hayes
Rinaldo – Talbot – Ferraro
Chara – Trotman
Seidenberg – C. Miller
Krug – K. Miller
(as of Feb 1)
Holland – Kadri – Komarov
Grabner – Bozak – Parenteau
Matthias – Spaling – Winnik
Lupul – Froese – Clune
Hunwick – Rielly
Phaneuf – Corrado
Gardiner – Polak
Brad Marchand 4-0-5 in last 5
Patrice Bergeron 2-2-4 in last 5
Ryan Spooner 0-4-4 in last 5
Torey Krug 0-0-0 in last 5
Max Talot 1-0-1 in last 5
Brett Connolly 1-0-1 in last 4 (healthy scratch in 1 game of last 5)
Boston is looking for a full 60 minute effort tonight after the
super entertaining Anaheim game.
What’s on tap?