Well, I'm convinced. The Bruins barely held on to beat Pittsburgh and then Svedberg got a 14-save shutout. That's the lowest in a shutout since March 2012, where Tim Thomas stopped all 13 shots from Toronto. It was a historic night all around, I guess.
Is Jagr the oldest player in the league this year? I know he set the record of the oldest player to score a hat trick earlier this year. Is Pastrnak the youngest? He looks it, anyways. Plus, when's the last time there have been 3 guys playing in their 700th game in the same game?
Good times, y'all. Anyways, good morning. What's on tap?