Boston Bruins Weekly Predictions: Nov 9th to 15th


No one said that last week was going to be easy, but thankfully the Boston Bruins were able to end their three game road trip on a positive note. Now, the Bruins head home for a few days off before hosting the Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings. The standings are pretty close right now and the Bruins could use these next four points to distance themselves from a few teams.

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Bruins v Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche haven’t gotten any better since their last meeting with the Boston Bruins. With a healthy rest and fresh legs, the Bruins should be able to add a win to the home column with ease. The big question will be whether or not David Pastrnak will be back in the lineup and if Frank Vatrano will stay up with the big club. Regardless of who enters the lineup on Thursday night, I see Tuukka Rask coming close to another shutout with the Bruins coming out on top, 4 to 1.

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  • Bruins v Red Wings

    Although it is still early in the season, this will be a big game for both teams. It is my opinion that the Bruins and Red Wings will be in a season long fight for the third seed in the Atlantic Division, or a wild card spot. How these teams do against each other could be the difference in points by the end of the season. The Bruins need to push hard and win every puck battle against a Detroit team that has always enjoyed playing a possession game. I expect to see a game similar to the one on Sunday against the Islanders, with just a few more goals. This game will conclude with Boston getting their first overtime victory of the season, winning the game 3 to 2.

    The Boston Bruins will be well rested and ready for these games. Losing three out of four games last week to four great teams was highly likely. However, winning both of these games is highly likely as well. If the Bruins are going to be a team that is to be taken seriously this year, they need to win the games that they are favored to win, every time.

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