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Game 42 Preview: Bruins vs. Panthers — Bs look to bounce back

The Boston Bruins are 7-3 in their last 10 games. “Bwah?! Three losses you say!”

We do. Bruins have five regulartion losses since November, three of those coming in the last 10 games. Bruins have hit a rough patch — relatively speaking. Most teams would kill for a 7-3 record in their last 10. Even in their wins lately the Bruins haven’t looked as sharp as they should. It’s just that time of year for the Bs. Bruins were pissed at how they played on Saturday so we expect them to come out flying and punish the Panthers.

The Florida Panthers just recently lost control of the Southeast Division to the Washington Capitals. Both teams have 50 points but the Caps have a few more wins. Panthers fell from 3rd in the conference to seventh. Toronto is knocking on their door, looking for a playoff spot. 

Speaking of knocking on the door, the Ottawa Senators (yes those Senators) are only one point behind the Bruins in the Northeast. Bruins have five games in hand, though, so take that into consideration. Still, it’d suck to see the Sens on top of the division for any reason. 

Panthers are 3-5-2 in their last 10. Bruins smoked the Panthers 8-0 last time they faced. Brado got his first hat trick of his NHL career. Don’t remember? Video after the jump.

Bruins are in the middle of a four game road trip. 

More after the jump…

Projected Lines

Milan Lucic – David Krejci – Nathan Horton
Beniot Pouliot – Patrice Bergeron – Tyler Seguin
Jordan Caron – Chris Kelly – Zach Hamill
Danny Paille – Greg Campbell – Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara – Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg – Andrew Ference
Adam McQuaid – Joe Corvo

Tuukka Rask
Tim Thomas


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