Matt Beleskey didn't register a point on Friday, but his effect on the game was obvious. Check out Joe Haggerty's Talking Points.
The Bruins score two goals in the final minutes of the third period to come back and beat the Rangers at the TD Garden, 4-3.
With Thanksgiving upon us and the entire NHL world enjoying a day off, it seems like a good time to take stock of the Black and Gold.
3yShortly after the Bruins fall to the Canucks, the NHL wipes away Milan Lucic's misconduct for leaving the bench during an altercation.
3yLocal product and Vancouver goalie, Cory Schneider shuts down the hometown team in his return to Boston.
3yThe B's lose an action packed Stanley Cup Final rematch as the Canucks' powerplay proved too much for them.
3yRather than face the team that embarrassed him in last year's Stanley Cup Finals, Roberto Luongo is choosing to step aside, allowing the backup to take his place.
3yThe Bruins know Saturday's game against the Canucks will be intense, but there's no Stanley Cup at the end of this one, so it's still just game number 38.
3ySix goals one night, nine the next. That's pretty much been the story with the 2011-12 Boston Bruins, and it doesn't look to be stopping anytime soon. At this rate, they'll go down as one of the best Bruins teams to date.
3yOne thing is clear this season: The Bruins take no prisoners. After a 9-0 win over Calgary, it's clear that the Bruins -- not the Flames -- are on fire. Check out Talking Points.