Luck of the Irish! Boston Bruins Snap 4-Game Losing Streak

March 17th, 2012 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins have seen better days.

They have lost seven of their last seven games and have not earned a point in the last four games.

Boston lost their top of the Northeast Division standing when they lost and the Ottawa Senators defeated the Montreal Canadiens. The resulting win sent the Bruins from second to seventh in the Eastern Conference.

The Bruins looked to regain some ground as they came back home on St Patrick's Day. One of the happiest days in Boston as it is arguably the most Irish city in the United States.

Bruins got scored on, and they were scored on in bunches. The Bruins were outscored 40-24 in the month of March this far. For a team that is losing is one thing, but to be outscoring opponents 226-174 with a plus-52 goal differential (tops in the league), their offence was hemorrhaging.

With their offense suffering, the talents of Nathan Horton and Rich Peverley were sorely missed. Without the members of the top and third line, the Bruins were having a hard time getting their lines to click as when they were in the lineup. This was a team that was hard to play against when the offense is pressuri ...

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