BruinsSenators: 5 from the Third

BruinsSenators: 5 from the Third
March 2, 2011, 2:48 am
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By Joe Haggerty
CSNNE.comOTTAWA Here are five thoughts from the third period with the Bruins taking a 1-0 victory over the lowly Senators at Scotiabank Place after the requisite 60 minutes of ho-hum action.1) You really have to like it when the smallest body on the ice Brad Marchand is doing the screening and dirty work in front of the net that set up Nathan Hortons game-winning goal. He was in the trenches banging bodies with Senators defenseman and screening Craig Anderson en route to the victory.2)Craig Anderson is pretty much a one-man show for the Senators at this point. That may end up being a very good trade for Ottawa once they settle on resigning him after the season is over.3)Amazing how much better Dennis Seidenberg looks when Tomas Kaberle is his partner instead of Matt Hunwick, isnt it?4)Anybody disappointed that they only beat Edmonton and Ottawa by a goal apiece at the end of a long road trip doesnt know all that much about the NHL or the game of hockey. Just one mans opinion.5)Theres no way to underscore how important Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley have become to Bostons penalty kill. The NHL advance scouts really did their homework with their acquisitions.