Bruins Talk

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For a hockey team to be successful, each line needs to bring something to the table. Last year, the B's fourth line was one of the best in the NHL. This year? Not so much. They need to step up the energy and start contributing.
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Bruins end-of-the-bench forward Jordan Caron was sent to Providence for what amounted to be a one-game tune-up. Caron doesn't get much ice time with the B's, so it was meant to get him some solid minutes.
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The Bruins have had no shortage of scoring chances, but they have not been getting the puck in the net often enough.
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The defenseman missed four games, but has been on the ice for practice.
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The Bruins have had a slow start to the season, but there are a few things the Bruins can do to make sure they snap out of their slump.
2y
The Bruins are having some trouble scoring goals, and part of the problem may be that they don't have a legit No. 1 center who can carry them.
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A lot of the Bruins' losses can be credited to the fact they haven't come out of the gates strong. That was again the case Saturday night, and they touch upon that issue.

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