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Eighteen games later, it is time to begin a new point streak.

NHL: JAN 30 Ducks at Bruins
Happy birthday, Ryan Spooner, and if you’re gonna celebrate with goals, many happy returns!
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A regulation loss to the Ducks pushed the reset button for the Bruins. Next up- the St. Louis Blues tomorrow, another NHL TV FREE game at 7:00 PM.

  • The team sorely missed Brad Marchand in a matchup that would have been right in his wheelhouse. Boston Globe
  • It was a taste of what the Bruins face in teeing off against strong Western opponents. (With video) CBS Boston
  • It was inevitable that the streak would end, but it stung nevertheless. The Bruins have now got targets on their backs. WEEI
  • Here are three quick bullet points from the game. Boston.com
  • It was not a stellar night for Anton Khudobin. Boston Herald
  • The Bruins again allowed a first goal, and it was yet another carom off a Bruin body. They were outshot 15-5 in the first period. Providence Journal
  • Nearly a half-hour had passed befor the Bruins began shooting, and then both David Backes and Anders Bjork were injured. Zdeno Chara lashed out at Ryan Getzlaf. Boston Globe
  • The slow start was problematic. To make matters worse, the injury bug has returned, and Bjork is not likely to return to action for awhile. (With videos) Bruins NHL
  • Austin Czarnik has been a point (or better) per game player lately in Providence, and he’s a left shot, hint, hint. Rinkside Rhode Island
  • Answering the call to kill a penalty against Ottawa alongside Patrice Bergeron was all the sweeter for Tim Schaller when he scored a shorthanded goal. Bonus- Bruins reminisce about quirky Jaromir Jagr. Providence Journal