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Author: Scott Slingsby

Shots on Goal: Panthers upend Bruins, 4-1

The Florida Panthers handed the Boston Bruins their fifth straight loss Thursday night at the TD Garden in Boston, 4-1. Florida’s win puts them back on top of the Atlantic Division. Boston’s scoring woes continue to haunt them as of late with Ryan Spooner being the lone goal scorer for the Bruins. Although, they did have plenty of opportunities, especially in the first frame, outshooting Florida 15-5. Roberto Luongo (34 saves) had to get into the groove early. In addition to Boston’s shot onslaught, he also had to deal with the Bruins being on the man-advantage twice. The PK was...

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Shots on Goal: Canes edge Bruins, 3-2 in OT

The Boston Bruins may have lost the game in overtime but gained one point, enough to put them on top of the Atlantic Division. Miscommunication on the Bruins part during a line change in overtime allowed Jeff Skinner to skate in on a breakaway and get a shot off on Tukka Rask. The Bruin’s netminder was able to make the initial stop but Phillip Di Giuseppe followed up grabbing the rebound, spinning around, and sending the puck under Rask’s blocker and passed Bruin’s center Patrice Bergeron who was on the goal line behind Rask. Carolina took the early lead with...

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Shots on Goal: Bruins Roll Penguins

David Pastrnak had two goals Wednesday night to help the Boston Bruins to a 5-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday night at the TD Garden The 19-year-old Czech was the spark the Bruins needed to rebound from the previous loss two days earlier to Columbus. Pastrnak’s first goal came via the penalty shot after he got taken out on a partial breakaway by Derrick Pouliot. A little stutter step was all it took to get Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury to commit and Pastrnak went five-hole making him the youngest Bruin in history to score on a penalty shot....

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Shots on Goal: Ducks Sink Bruins, 6-2

The Boston Bruins enter the All Star break on a losing note, dropping Tuesday night’s game against the Anaheim Ducks, 6-2. Looking to carry the momentum from the previous night’s victory over Philadelphia, Boston struck within the first minute of the opening period with a Zach Trotman blast from the right point that beat Duck’s goaltender Frederik Andersen glove side to give the Bruins an early 1-0 lead. After that, it was all Anaheim until the third period. Corey Perry and Shea Theodore each scored and had the Ducks up 2-1 after one. David Perron intercepted an errant pass...

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