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The Bruins, Minus Milan Lucic, Defeat The Jets And Regain Division Lead

Marianne Helm

The Boston Bruins beat the Winnipeg Jets, with a power play goal and a heart attack finish in front of the Bruins' goal, complete with video review:

  • Claude Julien credited the Johnny Boychuk to Daniel Paille goal for turning the tide. [NESN]
  • Chris Bourque and Tyler Seguin were outstanding, at times Tuukka Rask looked shaky. [NewEnglandHockeyJournal]
  • Seguin admits that if he'd known how hard it would be to readjust to the NHL game, he would NOT have opted to play in Europe. [Telegram.com]
  • Parts of the game weren't pretty, and the Bruins were without Milan Lucic, but they got the job done. [BostonHerald]
  • Brad Marchand 's power play goal was sweet justice. [BostonSportsNews]
  • Jay Pandolfo acquitted himself well on the penalty kill in his Bruins debut. [BostonHerald]
  • One quarter of the season is over. Here's an assessment of the Bruins and the NHL. [WEEI]

And in the news outside Winnipeg:

  • Lowly hockey bloggers scooped the press on the Russian meteor story! [NPR]
  • Andrew Ference has achieved nirvana? [@Ferknuckle]
  • Northeastern alumnus Wade MacLeod suffered an on-ice seizure after being boarded in a subsequently suspended AHL game Sunday. [PuckDaddy]
  • Dust off those Max Pacioretty well wishes, he's suffered another freak injury. [HabsEyesOnThePrize]
  • Oldie but goodie, SI dredged up Gordie Howe as the mystery guest on "What's My Line." [SportsIllustrated]
  • Seen at the scene... Sheriff Shane Hnidy for TSN at the Jets game. [@NaokoFunayama]