While they've alternated wins and losses over their past six games, the Boston Bruins have been more consistent against their next opponent. However, it's not in the way they would like.
The Bruins will try to bounce back from another loss by recording a rare win over the struggling Minnesota Wild, who look to avoid matching their longest losing streak in franchise history Sunday afternoon.
Inconsistent scoring has played a large part in Boston's inability to get a run going. The Bruins (35-19-2) have tallied a combined three goals during their past five losses and 23 in their last six victories.
"The past is the past. We have to perform in the present, which we're not doing right now, every individual," center Gregory Campbell said. "The success we've gotten in the past and in recent times is because we've worked hard and deserved the benefits. That's something that we have to resort back to, look at ourselves in the mirror and be accou...