It’s been three games in his new Black-and-Gold sweater and new Swedish import Loui Eriksson still looks like he’s finding his way with the Bruins. Eriksson didn’t get a single shot on net in Boston’s 2-0 shutout loss to the Colorado Avalanche at TD Garden and still looks less than 100 percent comfortable when skating with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron. It’s clearly a work in progress for the 27-year-old who is still looking for his first point in a Bruins uniform and who had an issue with the “embellishment” penalty slapped on him in the third period. That turned out to be a matching penalty with a tripping call on P.A. Parenteau but didn’t give the Bruins the power play they were hoping for it to become. “I don’t know why they called me on that” said Eriksson. “He was holding me and I couldn’t do anything. So I don’t know…it was kind of a stupid call by him.
New Bruin Eriksson still settling in
NBC Sports Boston | Oct 11