The Bruins apparently have decided they won’t be losing any more games. The Bruins matched their longest winning streak in three years by notching their 10th win in a row in a 4-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils in which they never trailed. In fact it’s been 17 periods since the Bruins trailed in a game back on March 9 against the Florida Panthers, and the Bruins have now matched the NHL’s longest winning streak of the 2013-14 season authored by the Anaheim Ducks. The Bruins jumped up early with a nice piece of passing between Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith, but you know things are going Boston’s way when Bergeron fans on a backhanded shot that slips through the five hole of Martin Brodeur. The Devils tied things up at the start of the second period on a Patrik Elias power play goal, but that was as close as the Jersey boys could get.
Bruins make it ten straight in 4-2 win over Devils
NBC Sports Boston | Mar 19