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Bruins Lose a Wild One

After trailing 4-0, the B’s worked hard to get back in the game and successfully grabbed one point by losing in OT.

This game was a wild one and the goal-tending (Thomas, Coklin) was horrible from both sides. Crosby and Malkin had a good game (as expected) while Marco Sturm finally woke up from his hibernation. Marc Savard and Glen Murray had an awful game with a differential of -3 for the night. On a positive note, the Bruins worked hard to get back in this game and they never quit. Talk about character!!!

The Bruins will play Saturday against the St-Louis Blues, and it will be a very interesting game to watch since Brad Boyes and Hannu Toivonen could make their debut at the garden with their new team…

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