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After a rough October, the Boston Bruins appear to have turned a corner. With the Bruins having opened November with a five-game points streak, left wing Brad Marchand is hoping for the same. It looked like Marchand was picking up right where he left off from a strong first full season in the NHL last year, with two goals and four points in his first five games. Then the drought hit -- no points in six games. In two matchups against the Montreal Canadiens at the end of October, Marchand was limited to one shot on goal. He finally got on the scoresheet Nov. 1, recording an assist against the Ottawa Senators. He repeated that in the Bruins' next two outings before finally snapping his goal-less streak with a pair against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday and then a goal and two assists in Saturday's 6-2 win over Buffalo for his first three-point regular-season game since Feb. 3 against the Dallas Stars. "I think the big thing was keep it a little more simple and getting ...
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