The Bruins picked up a shootout victory in Ottawa last night, coming back from an early 2-0 deficit to tie the game and then win on a David Krejci goal in the shootout to win 3-2. The Bruins now sit at 17-3-3 on the season.
The Krejci goal came after Ottawa’s Kaspars Daugavins unsuccessfully attempted a spin-around shot with the puck pinned to the point of the blade of his stick. This move has generated plenty of talk about the shootout, and whether an NHL game should be decided on a such a play.
Bruins complete comeback over Sens in shootout, 3-2 – Joe Haggerty has the particulars from last night.
B’s will take the two – Shootout or no, Steve Conroy says the Bruins will take the two points from the win.
NFL free agency begins in earnest this afternoon at 4:00pm, when teams can officially sign players. This whole “legal tampering” period the few days has seemed silly, especially given the memo Sheriff Goodell sent out last Friday.
The “legal tampering” period almost seemed like a co...