Friday, March 7, 2014
Headlines and highlights from the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
The win comes five days after the Capitals defeated Boston.
David Krejci scores Boston’s first hat trick in more than two years.
Boston wins 6-3 as Tukka Rask withstands a first-period flurry at New York.
Alexander Ovechkin scores twice on the power play in a 4-2 win.
Buffalo scores late in regulation, then early in overtime for a 5-4 victory.
Zdeno Chara’s absence isn’t felt as Boston crushes Ottawa.
St. Louis wins despite blowing a 2-0 lead in the third period, when the Bruins tied the game in just over 2 minutes.
Tuukka Rask is again strong in the net.
Chad Johnson makes 22 saves for the shutout.
Peter Budaj stopped 34 shots and the Montreal Canadiens ended Boston’s recent scoring binge with a 4-1 win.
Boston routs Florida, 6-2.
Brad Marchand nets one goal and three assists, as Boston pulls away in the third period.
Boston spreads the offense in a romp at Philadelphia.
Zdeno Chara and Jarome Iginla each score twice.
Brad Marchand has six goals in the last four games and 11 in the last 15.
Brad Marchand scores two goals, Patrice Bergeron nets two assists, and Boston wins an afternoon affair on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Chicago beats Boston 3-2 in a shootout in a rematch of last year’s victorious showdown with Boston in the Stanley Cup finals.
Milan Lucic breaks out of slump as Boston wins in Dallas.
Phil Kessel collects three assists against his former team.
The Bruins were outplayed convincingly in Anaheim and Los Angeles.
Justin Florek scores first career goal for Boston, which lost for the fifth time in six road games.
Mathieu Perreault scored two goals and Jonas Hiller made 30 saves as the Anaheim Ducks got their 14th win in 15 games.
Defenseman Torey Krug scores two goals and sets up another to fuel Boston’s win over Winnipeg.
Boston beats Winnipeg for its second straight win.
Jarome Iginla and Johnny Boychuk also score for Boston, which snaps a two-game losing streak.
Boston’s much efficient penalty killing falters in a loss.
Ottawa avenges Friday’s shutout.
Dennis Seidenberg was injured in the third period Friday night against Ottawa.
Boston overcomes a slow start to blank its division rival.
The last forward to survive training-camp cuts is on a scoring tear.