Turn the page. Score some goals. One of those two things is easier than the other. The Bruins lost 4-2 to the Ottawa Senators in the regular-season finale on Sunday night. Afterward, it was clear. They've moved on. They'll have a day off on Monday, and then they'll get to work on their first-round playoff opponent, the Toronto Maple Leafs. As for the goal-scoring, B's coach Claude Julien seemed to express his frustrations with his team's offense following the loss. "Again, lots of scoring chances," said Julien. "And when you don't bury them, eventually the other team comes in and scores." The Bruins scored two goals on 36 shots against the Senators on Sunday. One of those goals came from Rich Peverley. In 47 games, it was just his sixth goal of the season. It was exactly the type of goal that Julien described after the game. "It's pretty simple," said Julien. "You've got to get your nose a little dirtier. You've got to have the confidence to shoot. Just [Saturday] night, we had five scoring chances [that missed] the net. If you don't hit the net, you don't score. We have to hit the net." The play started with Peverley taking the puck from his own zone -- while on a 5-on-4 power play -- and skating it hard up the middle of the ice, knowing there was only 10 seconds left in the second period as he left his own zone.
Peverley's goal just what Julien wants to see
NBC Sports Boston | Apr 29