Boston Bruins: On to Buffalo.


Oct 9, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Red Wings right wing

Luke Glendening

(41) stops short on Boston Bruins defenseman

Torey Krug

(47) in the third period at Joe Louis Arena. Detroit won 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston Bruins dropped a tough one against the Montreal Canadiens last night. The 6-4 loss now gives the Black and Gold a 2-4-0 season record. That currently puts the Bruins tied for fourth in the Conference.

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The Bruins could have won that game. They got sloppy late in the second and allowed the Canadiens to retake the lead.  They took a few unnecessary penalties and those mistakes cost them dearly. Now, the Bruins have to pick themselves back up and get back on with the business of playing hockey.

“That’s not us,” said Bruins defenseman Torey Krug after the game. “We’re a team that prides ourselves on our defense and when we’re spaced out in our defensive zone, bad things are going to happen. We didn’t collapse in front of the net like we normally do and shame on us for that, so we’re going to get back to our defensive ways next game.”

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  • The Bruins will need a fresh shot of confidence and a solid performance to get themselves back on track. The Bruins catch a lucky break with that opportunity(thanks to the schedule). The Bruins are in Buffalo now practicing and getting ready to take on the Sabres tomorrow night. The Sabres (1-3-0) are in pretty rough shape, and they’ll be coming off a back-to-back with the Florida Panthers. The Bruins need the two points, and they’ll have to be as hungry and as desperate as the Sabres will be.

    We know the Bruins got an earful from Coach Claude Julien over their recent lapses on defense. Now it’s time for them to get back into the game with a solid performance tomorrow night.