After 20 home games, the Bruins are yet to lose in regulation


Last night the Boston Bruins came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Winnipeg Jets. The match was also played at TD Garden, in the fortress of the team.

I chose the word “fortress” because the Bruins are just too strong at home. No one seems to be able to beat them…

The proof? Yesterday’s game turned out to be the team’s 20th at home this season, and they still haven’t been defeated in regulation so far.

That says a lot about the team’s confidence and dominance when playing in their building:

Even if we love to hate this team, we must admit that it is impressive.

And, it’s even more so when you consider that Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy have missed games due to injuries.

David Pastrnak has 45 points in 32 duels and has carried the club on his shoulders since the start of the season. However, the performance of Linus Ullmark in net is also to be considered, he who has an 18-1-1 record this year.

We didn’t really know how the team was going to react following the dismissal of Bruce Cassidy and the hiring of Jim Montgomery as head coach… But let’s say that the guys adapted very well.

Everything is going like clockwork for the “Big Bad Bruins” right now and we have to salute their success.

After all, Boston’s roster is 26-4-2, which puts them comfortably first in the overall NHL standings.

A lot of

– Pancakes for lunch = best meal there is.

– For sports betting enthusiasts:

– The lines of Canada in training this morning:

– Speaking of ECJ: the battle continues in net.

– Michael Conforto takes the direction of San Francisco.



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