Since Bruce Cassidy took over as the “interim” head coach on February 7th, your Boston Bruins have gone 10-3-0. After struggling to find consistency all season long, the B’s have yet to lose two games in a row since Claude Julien was fired.
Their most recent victory was a thriller. Tied 1-1 with the Flyers in the closing seconds at TD Garden Saturday afternoon, just about everyone in the building was prepared for overtime. Everyone except for newcomer Drew Stafford, who decided to go ahead and create his biggest moment as a Bruin thus far with 5.6 left on the clock:
The goal was only Stafford’s sixth on the season, but already his second in four games with the Bruins.
The B’s will look to continue their hot streak on Monday night as they take on the Canucks in Vancouver at 10 pm ET.
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