McQuaid & Roussel got into a “discussion”. With their fists!
I’m gonna pretend I didn’t like that.
(No I’m not)
Bruins made 16 SOG to Stars’ 8. Scoring chances were there.
A scoring flurry by the Bruins, tied it up, with goals by Brad Marchand (Bringing him to 30 on the season – a personal best!), and Kevan Miller. Then Loui Eriksson had a brief encounter with our old nemesis “No Goal!”.
But on review, the puck went in on a shot that happened “before the whistle” (which I don’t think anyone actually blew). Meanwhile everyone watching was trying to figure out if it went in off a kicking skate or a stick tip.
Very inscrutable, ref, very inscrutable.
Bruins have the lead, 4-3.
Make it happen, Bruins.
Lets go Bruins!
The Bruins are in really, really, really southern Minnesota for their meeting with the Dallas Minnesota North Stars. Of Dallas. Both teams must just be lost. I can’t imagine this “Dallas” thing will last…
There’s a North Stars Alumni game coming up today, and Minnesota hockey fans are really confused.
Be it in Minnesota or Dallas (I get them confused) Tonight we get to see the Bruins’ semi-annual reunion with Bruins Alumnus Tyler Seguin.
Memo to the Bruins Front Office: Pay that man.
Well, that was a hell of a period. I’m not sure I loved it, but I’m happy to see Trotman scoring.
The Davids (you know, Pastrnak and Krejci) need to get in on the scoring action.
OK, Lambic time!
Keep taking all these penalties, Bruins, and Gustavsson’s gonna lay the smack down.
So…the shorty scores the shorty. Let’s see if this inspires Krug to get in on the fun. Overall, a pretty eventful opening period. Let’s hope the good things continue for Period 1B.
Note to myself: Puh-REE-see.