After scoring just three goals in his first twenty seven games in the 2014-15 season, Loui Eriksson was beginning to feel the heat in Boston. Fans and media alike were clamoring for more production from the centerpiece of the Tyler Seguin trade all while comparing the two-way Swedish forward to the sharpshooting second overall pick. There have been rumors abound about Eriksson’s trade value both to Edmonton and St. Louis, with many feeling the “bust” needed a fresh start. A former 30 goal scorer in Dallas, Eriksson’s lack of production in Boston, especially this season, was mind boggling.
Eriksson has done his best to answer those questions over the past two weeks, scoring six goals in his last eight games including two goals against Nashville on Tuesday night. His defensive play has been solid all season and he is finally beginning to look like the offensive piece the Bruins thought they were getting from Dallas. Continue reading Loui Eriksson Finally Beginning to Score for Bruins »