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Bruins Record Update

The Bruins started off their season on October 8th with a very rocky start. The B’s home-opener was a hard 6-2 loss to Winnipeg. The Bruins played an offensive game during the first period, outshooting the Jets 14-6, and scoring the only goal of the period. As they became less offensive and let their defense slip, they slid into the losing position, taking a rough hit from the Jets.

This style of play that Bruins fans continued to see they don’t like to see, continued for the next two games. The boys took a 4-2 deficit from their rival the Habs, and a 6-3 loss from Tampa Bay Lightning. Boston ended its three-home-game streak 0-3-0. As this losing streak was tough for us fans to see, we had a short road trip to look forward to.

The short road trip brought along what seemed to be the light at the end of the tunnel for B’s fans. 6 days after the start to their season, the Bruins tallied their first win, at six goals to two, a win over the Colorado Avalanche. They continued on their road trip to take another W in Arizona, after defeating the Arizona Coyotes 5-3. The boys of Boston fought well and were able to bring home two wins to boost their record a little to 2-3-0.

13 days into their season, the B’s were back home against the Flyers. The game bounced back and forth, until it seemed as though the Bruins had a handle on the game, the score at 4-2. Fans of the Bruins everywhere thought they were finally going to win a home game for the 2015-2016 season, but, they lost their A-game, and Philadelphia tied the game at four. The game pushed to overtime where Claude Giroux scored his second of the night, the game winning goal. This continued the Bruins’ record of losing at home and winning away, but at least gave them the one point they needed. This made their record 3-2-1.


This past Friday, the most recent game, was another away game, and the most recent win of the Boston Bruins. The Bruins played the New York Islanders and brought home a 5-3 win, the second game so far with Jonas Gustavsson as the starting goalie for the B’s. Gustavsson has so far shown his light in the pipes and should be expecting more starts throughout the season. The Bruins now sustain a record of 3-3-1.



The B’s hit the ice once more on Tuesday night, where they will get their shot at their first home win, when playing the Arizona Coyotes once again.

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