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Pity The Fans Who Left In The Third Period. Bruins Fight Back To Force Shootout.

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins scored three goals in the third period to force the New York Rangers into a shootout.

  • Resilience and character are good. Sloppy, unenthused play through two periods is bad. [BostonSportsNews]
  • Tuukka Rask acknowleded two weak goals as the Bruins now prepare to hit the road for a 5 game road trip. [BostonHerald]
  • David Krejci is on a point streak, Patrice Bergeron was solid as always, Brad Marchand was clutch, Dennis Seidenberg sparkled, Andrew Ference had a tough night, and Rask acknowledged that the team "saved his (posterior.)" [HockeyJournal]
  • Pssssssstt- the Bruins aren't even all that good...yet. [BackhandShelf]
  • One point still matters very much early on. [WEEI]
  • Peter Chiarelli cites character, commitment, and compatibility in signing veteran Jay Pandolfo. [BostonHerald]
  • Which NHL teams are the real deal, which should push the panic button? [SportsIllustrated]

And on a less serious note:

  • How about the end of that third period? Andy Brickley remained relatively composed, Jack Edwards... not so much. "He's such a homer!" [NESN]
  • Sooooo... what DO they talk about in players-only meetings anyway? [TheHockeyNews]
  • Got plans? Join D.J. Bean for a Bruins chat session at noon today! [WEEI]