The Boston Bruins are looking to wrap things up on the west coast before heading to St. Louis on Saturday.
The B’s are currently on an 11 game point streak, going 8-0-3 through that span. Wednesday night’s game against the Vegas Golden Knights will be a good test for Boston .
Will the B’s extend their point streak against Vegas? Or will it come to an end?
Check out the game preview below.
Bruins Projected Lines
Red-Hot Bruins Look to Extend Point Streak
The Bruins are on an 11 game point streak (8-0-3) and have won their past six games.
With wins over the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, and San Jose Sharks the Bruins are looking for a west coast sweep when they face the Golden Knights on Wednesday.
Boston’s secondary scoring has been fantastic as of late. Jake DeBrusk is on a four-game point streak, tallying four goals and five assists for nine points.
Karson Kuhlman tallied his first NHL goal on Monday night against the Sharks and Charlie McAvoy scored the overtime winner for his fourth goal of the season.
Tuukka Rask has won his past six games and has helped propel the Bruins on their current point streak.
With a tough schedule coming up, it would be ideal for Boston to pick up two points against the Golden Knights.
Golden Knights Projected Lines
Vegas Looks To Get Back On Track Against Boston
The Golden Knights dropped their last game against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday 3-0. With Malcolm Subban in net, it was an impressive night for Vegas.
Vegas is 1-4-0 through it’s last five and has struggled in the goal scoring department. Their top goal scorer only has 19 goals.
Players to watch for are Jonathan Marchessault and William Karlsson as these are the Golden Knights top players.
Nate Schmidt of course is having a good season on the Vegas blue line. Schmidt has 21 points through 41 games.
Marc-Andre Fleury had been pretty good in goal. Fleury has a 2.61 GAA and .908 SV%.
With a red-hot Boston team coming into T-Mobile Arena, the Golden Knights need to be prepared for Wednesday nights matchup.
Prediction: Boston wins 4-2.