Matt Beleskey is still looking to find the back of the net more, but in the meantime he's playing the physical style of hockey that the Bruins need.
Brad Marchand has a little fun with unflattering comments made about him by Rangers coach Alain Vigneault on Saturday.
Friday's comeback win over the Rangers may show this newly assembled group of Bruins that they can, indeed, beat anyone in the NHL.
4yChris Kelly was wearing a full face cage during morning skate, but said he'll play in Game 4 against the Canadiens after sliding face-first into the post Monday night.
4yMark Recchi and Patrice Bergeron aren't at all deterred by the Bruins' 2-1 series deficit to Montreal.
4yAlso, Nathan Horton has started to relax; the Bruins enjoy their trip to Lake Placid.
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4yChris Kelly traveled back to Boston on Wednesday to undergo tests with Bruins doctors for a possible facial fracture, but Claude Julien indicated he would still play against the Canadiens in Game Four at the Bell Centre.
4yThe Bruins worked on a new-look power play, and have inserted Tyler Seguin for the injured Chris Kelly at Wednesday morning's practice at Lake Placid.
4yDavid Krejci and Nathan Horton emerged in Game 3, but Milan Lucic is still nowhere to be found in this series with the Canadiens.