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The Boston Bruins Regroup And Rebound With A Solid Win Against The Maple Leafs.

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Jared Wickerham

Onward and upward, there was a lot to like in the game last night, even as the Bruins prepare to host the Flyers in a Saturday matinee:

  • The Field Trip Line (Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and Tyler Seguin) led the way. [ESPN]
  • The victory looked more like the "full 60" that the Bruins have been seeking recently. [PortlandPressHerald]
  • Anton Khudobin continued to merit the confidence that the Bruins in his goaltending. [ESPN]
  • It was a good bounce back game, but the power play was ineffective and the officiating was odd in spots, as when Colton Orr jumped Adam McQuaid. [CausewayCrowd]
  • Options for the third line are multiple, as Rich Peverley and Chris Kelly continue to try to find their games. Adam McQuaid took on Mark Fraser. [TheBostonGlobe]
  • Jordan Caron has been called up from Providence in the meantime. [@MarkDivver]
  • The Bruins are close to bringing Carl Soderberg in, as third line struggles continue. Chris Bourque has been waived, and Jay Pandolfo inserted. [Boston Herald]
  • Claude Julien still cautions that "we're certainly not perfect right now." [WEEI]
  • "Pound for pound (Patrice Bergeron) is the best player in the NHL." [NECN]

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