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There was blood in the water, but it was all the Sharks

NHL: San Jose Sharks at Boston Bruins
Shake it off (Joe Thornton interrupts Brad Marchand and Zdeno Chara celebrating)
Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Last night’s game did not disappoint. The Bruins prevailed 4-1 over the San Jose Sharks.

  • How do you like the Bruins now? Charlie Coyle and Marcus Johansson made their debuts at TD Garden. Zdeno Chara graciously sent Weymouth native Coyle out for the ceremonial puck drop for a special reason. Patriot Ledger
  • The blood pooling in the water last night was that of the Sharks. Rawr! Boston Herald
  • Moving past the defensive miscue that yielded the Sharks’ lone goal, the Bruins surged in the second period. (With video) 985 The Sports Hub
  • It was reminiscent of last week’s decidedly eventful meeting in San Jose- last night was a bloody battle, and chiclets went missing. Jaroslav Halak stopped 19, the one that trickled in was odd. Boston Globe
  • The Bruins increased their point streak to 14 games with the win. Three bullet points from the game included Evander Kane repeatedly poking the bear, perhaps frustrated that Kevan Miller was not in the lineup. (With video) Bruins Daily
  • Kane was ultimately ejected from the game. HockeyBuzz
  • Some say Zdeno Chara’s hit on Evander Kane was “arguably high.” Some also make it a point to warn that their video is Jack Edwards’ call of the incident. Case closed. (With video) Deadspin
  • Brad Marchand’s shorthanded tally marked a mileston in Bruins history. (Video, 1:08) NHL
  • Now the jinx is in- with Brandon Carlo playing his best hockey, a quick reminder that he has yet to make an appearance in the playoffs. Causeway Crowd
  • Here’s this week’s news from Providence, and a quick explanation as to why Peter Cehlarik and Karson Kuhlman were sent down. Providence Bruins

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: As excited as we were to see Adam McQuaid debut with the Blue Jackets, some things never change. (Video) @G Off817 Good news- he returned to the game. RobMixer Anton Khudobin and Tyler Seguin photobombed their assistant coach during an interview. BarDown
  • 31 thoughts, 31 trade deadline grades. Sportsnet
  • Sure, they CAN, the question is if they SHOULD- new technology allows NHL oudoor arenas to be cobbled up any old place. Chicago Tribune