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The Bruins’ point streak ended at 19 games, but Charlie Coyle earned a point, which is nice

NHL: Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins
Charlie Coyle chugs up ice as Danton Heinen looks on.
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins lost in regulation for the first time since January 19th to the Penguins 4-2.

  • Three bullet points from the loss include a reminder that the sky is indeed still above us. Bruins Daily
  • John Moore scored that last-minute goal that we’ve come to expect, it just wasn’t quite enough in the end. Jaroslav Halak stopped 33 shots. CBS Boston
  • It appears that Matt Grzelcyk didn’t break any bones, but don’t get cocky. Expect a Steven Kampfer callup. Bonus- notes from the game and update on the Bruins position in league standings. NESN
  • The line blender notably rewarded Chris Wagner. Bonus- update on the Bruins’ walking wounded, and for extra credit, guess the significance of the number 198 to this year’s Bruins. Boston Herald
  • Sticktaps to David Krejci, whose season thus far is notable for near career-high numbers AND an ironman stretch. WEEI
  • David Pastrnak will not travel with his team, signalling that we will be without his services for another week. Boston Globe
  • Cheer up with video of Brad Marchand greeting his daughter through the Plexiglas pregame. NBC Sports
  • Another fine moment occurred during the first period, after a puck flew into the stands. (With video) Holdout Sports

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Johnny Boychuk was on the receiving end of a Jakub Voracek hit NY Post that earned the ire of NHL DoPS. (Video, 2:25) NHL There’s a theme here- Jack Eichel will also sit a pair for a predatory headshot on the One-Eyed Yeti, Carl Soderberg. (With video) Sporting News
  • Shhhh! Here is the playbook to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning, keep your eyes on Round #2. ESPN
  • IT’S LAST CALL FOR THE ALL HOCKEY HAIR TEAM! That deadpan delivery, those sick flows- relish the salad for one glorious, final time. Thank you, John King (of Game ON MN) for a great run. (Video, 10:17) YouTube