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.
4yJoe Haggerty and Mike Giardi recap the Bruins' 2-0 win over the Lightning in Game 3.
4yWith their talented two-way center back in the lineup, the B's once again played to the defensive style that's served them so well . . . and that they'd gotten away from in the first two games of the series.
4yThe Bruins center makes it 11 points in his last seven games with a first-period goal that proves to be the game-winner.
4ySome talking points from the Bruins' big Game 3 win in Tampa.
4yBoston returns to its defensive style and stifles high-powered Tampa Bay, 2-0
4yPatrice Bergeron was on the ice for the warm-ups and will be in the lineup for Game Three against the Tampa Bay Lightning at St. Pete Times Forum.
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