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Dominate Performance Over Montreal, Another Match-Up With Detroit.

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The Boston Bruins (35-11-12) took own the Montreal Canadiens (27-26-7) in regulation. The highlight of that game was David Pastrnak getting the hat-trick. For Pastrnak it was his 4th of the season an his 8th in his career. On top of Pastrnak’s three goals, Patrice Bergeron scored one of his own, Brad Marchand earned two assists, an Sean Kuraly getting an assist.

The last time the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings (14-41-4) faced off it don’t go as planned for the Bruins. The top team in the Atlantic (Boston), lost to the worst team in the NHL (Detroit). As far as sports betting I am almost positive there was some money lost. Let’s hope after some serious studying the Boston Bruins can figure out how to beat them this time.

Jeremy Lauzon looks to remain a Boston Bruins after signing a two-year contract that is worth about $1.7 Million. The young defenseman will be coming off of a two game suspension for a gnarly hit on Derek Stephan. With Lauzon signed, the Bruins have Matthew Grzelcyk, Jake DeBrusk, Karson Kuhlman and Anders Bjork among the remaining RFAs this summer.


Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.11 / SV%.930 (21W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Detroit– Jonathan, Bernier- GAA 2.87 / SV%.908 (12W/ 16L/ 2OTL)

Today’s Game: 1PM-TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

Next Game: New York Rangers- 3:30PM- Madison Square Garden- New York City, New York

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