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NHL: Boston Bruins at Winnipeg Jets
There were a few stray Bruins fans in the stands last night.
Terrence Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins surrendered two quick goals last night to the Jets, ultimately losing 4-3 in Winnipeg. Tune in tomorrow night for a Blue Jackets rematch in Boston at 7:00PM on NESN.

  • The Bruins now have two new streaks. Yay? HockeyBuzz
  • Paul Carey and Connor Clifton got their chances last night. Bonus- Let’s just say that Brad Marchand will NOT be nominated for the Lady Byng this year. Boston Herald
  • Those three losses are also notable for having happened against teams that are playoff bound. (With game highlight video) Boston Globe
  • Three notes form the game include both Charlie Coyle and Joakim Nordstrom finding the back of the net. Bruins Daily
  • This Bruins road trip is thankfully over. Jake DeBrusk and David Pastrnak are nearing a return to action. WEEI
  • So THERE! Not all Brad Marchand interactions on Twitter are snide, and he CAN take constructive criticism. NHL

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In news of former Bruins: Loui Eriksson has suffered the first healthy scratch of his career, having been surpassed by younger players. And oh, that contract... The Hockey News Serial former Bruin Brian Rolston has a new job developing the next generation of players. MIHockey
  • An NHL linesman from Dover, NH will officiate his 2000th game on Saturday at TD Garden. You have to admire the logic that brought him into the profession. WMUR
  • By the numbers, assess the likely Stanley Cup Playoff first-round matchups, leading off with the Maple Leafs and Bruins. TSN
  • Lend an ear to the Canadiens and Hurricanes game on March 24th, as history will be made in the broadcast. The Globe and Mail
  • Another footnote to the Humbolt Broncos crash was how people’s well-meaning generosity served to complicate the monetary settlements. The Globe and Mail