Published: Fri, October 11, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Boston Bruins: 3 takeaways from the win in Vegas

Boston Bruins: 3 takeaways from the win in Vegas

Brad Marchand had two goals and an assist, and David Pastrnak added a goal and two assists as the Boston Bruins scored four unanswered goals en route to a 4-3 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

The Bruins (3-0-0) remained undefeated as they continue their four-game road trip to start the season, all against Western Conference teams. "They played a good game and had good chances, but we didn't manage the puck well". "I think we're feeling comfortable playing together and even though we were down a couple of goals we just trust the system and it worked out today". In its lone loss, they were the obvious downfall. "Early on you're trying to find your legs, your game and sometimes it's not going to be pretty". We're just able to grind out some games. In wins, they've served as the springboard for offense.

Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves but dropped to 12-8-5 against the Bruins with a.915 save percentage.

Mark Stone, Reilly Smith and Max Pacioretty scored for Vegas.

After blocking a shot with his foot in the first period, causing him to miss almost the entire period, Matt Grzelcyk returned in the second and finished the game.

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However, that spurred Boston's own trio of big hitters into action as arguably the best line in all of hockey right now clicked into place following a quiet first two games of the season, where only Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand recorded a point each.

Rask, who stopped 31-of-34 shots thrown his way in the win to improve to 2-0-0 through his first two starts of the year, confirmed that he was just suffering from cramping up in the Vegas heat.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "We battled back". "We'll learn from that and make sure that, especially against an offensive team like that, that we never take our foot off the gas".

But that all changed at 11:21 in the first period as David Pastrnak was the lucky recipient of a filthy dish from Marchand which led to "Pasta's" first goal and point of the year, and he returned the favor not long after when feeding Marchand for a power play goal. They both made their debut in 1997 and are the only active players who played a game in the 1990s. Vegas is scoring an average of 4.00 goals per game while allowing an average of 2.00 per game. Vegas was able to pull to within one late in the third on their second power play goal but Rask shut the door on a late Golden Knights surge in the final minutes.

Bruins: At the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday.

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