WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 7: Dennis Seidenberg #4 of the Florida Panthers controls the puck against the Washington Capitals during an NHL hockey game on November 7, 2009 at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. The Capitals won 7-4. (Photo by Ned Dishman/Getty Images)
The Bruins were able to pull out a win over the Senators Thursday night, lifting their road trip record to 2-1. The B’s dropped games to the Jets and Penguins last week to start off their four-game road trip.
Dennis Seidenberg scored the game-winner in the final minutes of Thursday’s matchup, capping off a must-win game in order for the Bruins to change the direction of their momentum heading into the second half of their road trip. That exhaustive second effort is just what Daniel Paille says is one of the team’s biggest focuses, even in a loss.
Though the win may not have come easily, Zdeno Chara recognized his team’s toughness.
“Sometimes … you have to fight and do whatever you can to win games,” he said.
Check out what else Paille and Chara had to say in the video above.