The Boston Bruins Need Their Stars Back, but at What Cost?

November 15th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins have been a little anemic offensively in the last few games, with the glaring exception a 7-4 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Take that game out of the equation, and the Bruins are behind on goals, with 10 goals for the Bruins and 14 goals for the opposition.  Even if you factor in the Pittsburgh game, Boston is still behind by one goal (17-18).

The Bruins faced some injuries before the season even started, and they were able to handle the opposing teams for the most part.

With Johnny Boychuk out with a broken forearm, his practice looked good and could be back by next weekend.

David Krejci, one of the Bruins centers and one of the top setup men that can also score, is out with a concussion received on a thundering clean check from St. Louis Blues' T.J. Oshie.  Krejci doesn't remember the hit.  Currently there is not return time schedule for Krejci.

Tim Thomas suffered his first loss, but it wasn't due to his poor performance.  The veteran netminder played well, stopping 31 of 33 shots.  Coach Claude Julien told as mu ...

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