Beers: What's behind the Bruins offensive explosion?

Beers: What's behind the Bruins offensive explosion?
January 29, 2014, 1:45 am
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The Bruins are on fire lately.

In their last four games - all wins - they've scored 21 goals for an average of 5.25 goals per game.

Brad Marchand's line has been getting it done lately, and it was the first line - David Krejci's - that did so Tuesday night.

Bob Beers joined Bob Neumeier to discuss the B's recent stretch of play.

Beers says that it's unreasonable to think the B's will keep this up, but hey, it's good to have it when it's here.

"Take it while you can get it," Beers said. "They're getting production from the top couple of lines right now, but I'd take it a step further than that . . . even Soderberg is playing with more confidence right now. Loui Eriksson is starting come back and show some signs that he's coming out of the two concussions that he had this season, five shots on goal today, an assist, he's been around the net, had a good goal against the Islanders last night.

"And Shawn Thornton scores a beauty here today which was a big goal in the third period for Thornton. So you're getting production all down the line. It's a really balanced attack right now and if it;s not one line on one particular night, that line is going to pick up the slack the next night."