It wasn’t that the
They allowed the
But they won, 3-2, ending a grisly two-game stretch in which they surrendered 10 goals to the
Takeaway No. 1: They can adjust.
When Anaheim managed only seven first-period shots on the returning President’s Trophy winners, it responded in the second period by sending more bodies at Bruins goalie
In the final minute, new center
“It’s huge, that’s a really good team. We played a full 60 minutes tonight,” said forward
Takeaway No. 2: Memorable seasons require career years.
Beleskey's in the midst of his. The forward who scored 11 goals in 2009-10 is adding "scorer" to his past play descriptors of "energetic" and "grinder."
His 12th goal came off a faceoff won by first-line mate
"I'm getting lots of good looks, just trying to get shots off," Beleskey said.
Someone asked Ducks Coach
"On our team? There's never a home," Boudreau said. "A couple tents are up, but I don't know if it's a home."
Takeaway No. 3: Stop if you've heard this before, but some defensemen may be banged up.
Boudreau said after the game he’ll get updates Tuesday on Vatanen and
"We blocked a lot of shots  and it was a hard-fought game," Boudreau said. "A lot of guys at the end were sore."
Takeaway No. 4: Enough's enough.
No one felt the sting of the recent barrage of goals like goalie
No relief was coming -- the Bruins would be Andersen's 12th consecutive game – and none was sought.