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Bruins vs. Penguins Preview: Bounce-back.

After a difficult loss to the Habs, let's see how the Bruins turn this one around.

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Just the Facts:

Game Time: 7PM, TD Garden. TV Broadcast: NESN, NHL-N. Radio Broadcast: 98.5 The Sports Hub

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Records: Bruins 18-8-2 vs. Penguins 20-9-1

Penguins Lines:

Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Pascal Dupuis
Jussi Jokinen - Jayson Megna - James Neal
Chris Conner - Brandon Sutter - Harry Zolnierczyk
Craig Adams - Joe Vitale - Chuck Kobasew
Olli Maatta - Kris Letang
Matt Niskanen - Simon Despres
Deryk Engelland - Brooks Orpik
Marc-Andre Fleury

Bruins Lines:

Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Jarome Iginla
Loui Eriksson - Patrice Bergeron - Brad Marchand
Reilly Smith - Chris Kelly - Carl Soderberg
Daniel Paille - Gregory Campbell - Shawn Thornton
Zdeno Chara - Dougie Hamilton
Dennis Seidenberg - Torey Krug
Matt Bartkowski - Kevan Miller
Tuukka Rask
Chad Johnson


Another bounce-back game for the Bruins tonight. Losses to Montreal always leave a nasty taste in one's mouth; what better way to wash it out than with a beatdown of another team we hate?

Johnny Boychuk, as posted previously, won't be out for too long, but his injury means Kevan Miller gets the nod tonight, again. On the Pens' side, Marc-Andre Fleury will be in net; Evgeni Malkin will remain out of the lineup. Andrew Ebbett broke his ankle against the Sharks on Thursday; he will be replaced by Harry Zolniercyzk. Pascal Dupuis, too, is questionable.

The Bruins lineup remains unchanged aside from Boychuk's absence and Miller's call-up.


Man this game was cool.

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