Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Headlines and highlights from the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Shawn Thornton suspended pending a league hearing.
David Krejci and Zdeno Chara score with time winding down as bad blood boils and Penguin Brooks Orpik leaves on a stretcher.
Shea Weber of Nashville is pleased to have a second chance after taking a puck off his face on Nov. 28.
Host Montreal edges Boston, 2-1.
Milan Lucic scores twice and Boston is near-perfect at home.
Zdeno Chara ignites the Bruins with a fight, then scores the winning goal.
Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron notch third-period goals Friday to lift Boston to the win.
Detroit scores three goals in four minutes and wins, 6-1.
Sidney Crosby creates overtime with a last-second goal, but Torey Krug gets the winner 34.3 seconds later.
David Krejci’s goal improves Boston to 7-2-1 in the last 10 games.
David Krejci breaks the 2-2 tie 1:20 into overtime.
Derek Roy’s shootout goal is the difference.
Tuukka Rask made 43 saves and Daniel Paille added his 10th career short-handed goal to lift Boston.
Boston loses 2-0 lead and then the game.
Boston beats Columbus 3-2.
After Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos breaks his leg, Boston pulls away for a win at home.
Patrice Bergeron’s empty-netter seals the contest.
Power-play goal in the third period helps Boston beat Toronto in their first meeting since the playoffs last spring.
The former Portland Pirates coach had led the Panthers to a 2011 division title.
Brad Marchand finally finds the net after 12 games.
Two former Bruins score in the shootout as Dallas wins in Boston.
The Penguins get some revenge over the Bruins, who swept them in the playoffs last spring.
David Krejci scores with eight-tenths of a second remaining.
Boston has won its first four road games.
Rask posts his first shutout of the season.
A last-minute goal spoils Tim Thomas’ return against former teammates.
Boston fought until the last second on Columbus Day afternoon, but ultimately suffered its second loss of the season.