Hockey News A Bruin 11-19-13

Nov 19, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Boston Bruins left wing Daniel Paille (20) scores a goal against New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) during the second period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston Bruins took a double shot of Merlot tonight in their win over the New York Rangers. Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille both put in their third goals of the season in their 2-1 win. It was a sloppy game for the Black and Gold, and the victory can be laid solidly at the feet of the Bruins goaltender, the Finnish Wall Tuukka Rask. Here’s how the Boston Bruins saw the win play out (Boston Bruins).

Here is how the Rangers saw the game from their perspective. (New York Rangers)

The Associated Press covered the return of Rick Nash to the line up in the game against the Bruins. He had missed seventeen games so far this season, and it was hoped he would bring an awful lot of firepower in net against the Bruins. Thankfully, we had Rask in net tonight. (AP)

The folks at Puck Daddy break down the odds for Olympic gold in hockey. At the moment it looks like Team Canada (who could probably field two full teams with the amount of pure talent they have) is the favorite to win it all in Sochi. Team USA is currently poised in fourth (behind Canada, Russia, and Sweden). Check out where all the Olympic teams are in the rankings and what the odds are for them to win gold. (Puck Daddy)

Dennis Seidenberg left the game with an undisclosed injury just 1:01 in last night’s game, forcing the Bruins to play the entire game with five defensemen. It’s not clear what happened, or how or when he injured himself. Comcast has more details and a fuller story here (CSNNE)

Finally, the folks over at Bleacher Report take a look at the rest of the November schedule for the Bruins. They know the Black and Gold have a rough few weeks ahead of them and explain what the B’s will need to do to get through the rest of the month (Bleacher Report)

 

 

 

 

Topics: Boston Bruins, National Hockey League

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