Nathan Horton set the tone early in a game that the Bruins really didnt wan to let slip through their fingers, and did it with his fists and his hockey skills. Horton saw Theo Peckham take a run at David Krejci in the first period with the Bs already down 1-0, and he knocked Peckham out of the game with one monstrous punch to the fight face. Then he scored Bostons second goal of the first period after a brilliant cross-ice pass from David Krejci, and has amassed 10 points (4 goals, 6 assists) in his last 10 games. When Horton shows up like he did on Sunday night in Edmonton, the Bruins see exactly how good their right wing can be.
You've heard this one, haven't you? The Red Sox pitch well, certainly well enough to win. But they barely hit at all.