Thursday is a night to forget for Matt Irwin and the rest of the young Boston Bruins defensemen.
There weren't a ton of positives to come out of the Bruins' 6-2 loss to the Jets, but one of them was watching a healthy David Krejci skate around.
It would appear the Bruins tilted a little too far toward the offensive end of their game in Thursday night’s season opener against the Winnipeg Jets.
4yGoing to the parade? Here's the route.
4yThe B's players have been showing off the Stanley Cup all around Boston . . . and today they took it to New York.
4yWhile it undoubtedly takes a ton of skill, it also takes a ton of health to win the Stanley Cup. The Bruins proved to have both throughout the postseason.
4yThe 43.464 television rating in Boston is the best for a hockey game since records began being kept for the market in 1991, and is higher than any game in the Celtics' last two NBA finals.
4yColin and Gregory Campbell have endured a lot in the last few seasons, but when the Bruins won the Stanley Cup, nothing else mattered.
4yPatrice Bergeron's performance in the Bruins' Stanley Cup-clinching game won't be forgotten any time soon.
4yThe 6-foot-5 guard, who donated a State-of-the-Art computer lab to a school in Dorchester, was among the many in this area pleased with the Bruins' success