The Best Highlight for the Boston Bruins’ Stars in 2014-15

January 5th, 2015 by Al Daniel Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins are one game away from reaching the midway point of the 2014-15 regular season. Beyond belief, despite a substandard 19-15-6 start, they have sprinkled a smattering of bright moments on the first three months of their itinerary.

This season will not likely yield any of the same hardware (Presidents' Trophy, Selke, Vezina) for Boston as 2013-14 did. But the team’s top specimens of talent have each issued a few reminders that no lengthy campaign is an all-or-nothing journey.

Amidst the Bruins’ collective underachievement, their top two setup men at center have each flexed their playmaking prowess at times. Their leading goal scorer, such as he is, has polished off some sequences in a momentous manner.

At the other end, their top goaltender has made just enough head-turning moves to make everyone wonder why he is not doing so more often. Meanwhile, his most well-rounded praetorian guards have offered a few promising glimpses of the past and present bridging the future.

Based on a combination of implications and visual appeal, here are the top plays of this season’s first half from Boston’s six mo ...

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