Count your Lucky Charms Boys and Girls, They Won!
Maybe it was those Bright Green Warm Up Jerseys, or maybe that alarm clock finally woke ‘em up, it took a full 60 minutes and three rounds of shoot outs but the Black and Gold broke that losing streak.
Things started out great with a 2-0 lead. And then the B’s gave that away like a free lunch. After giving up 21 goals in last four games they’ve lost and the first goal in past seven games. Tim Thomas gave them that. The losing streak has been broken.
The Head Bench Boss seamed satisfied.
“I think we know that time is running out. With 10 games left, we know that it’s important to bring that kind of effort,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said. “You want to make sure you’re playing your best hockey when the playoffs start. We want to build to that, and we’ve got a lot of building to do.”
The Bruins passed Ottawa and took over first place in the Northeast Division and the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference heading into the Senators’ game against Toronto on Saturday night.