Resilient Bruins Score 4 In The 3rd To Demolish Devils

The Boston Bruins showed the heart that won them a Stanley Cup last year during Thursday night’s comeback win against the New Jersey Devils. After being stoned by Marty Brodeur all evening, the B’s came out firing in the 3rd period. Andrew Ference fired a rocket off the post and in to tie the game, then Nathan Horton & Gregory Campbell scored 35 seconds apart to take an widen the lead. Chris Kelly dumped in an empty netter to add insult to injury as your Boston Bruins showed exactly what they are made of in another signature win. Never giving up, the B’s were able to turn it on when it mattered most. Maybe the return of Brad Marchand (who was relatively quiet in this one) gave the Black & Gold their swagger back after a mini slump in which they lost 3 of 6 games following the controversial loss to Vancouver. But more so, it seemed like the resilient attitude that this Bruins team has become known for manifested itself on the ice in New Jersey. Games like this keep Stanley Cup repeat chatter alive in Beantown.

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