NEWARK, NJ - OCTOBER 16: Gregory Campbell of the Boston Bruins during pre-game warm ups prior to the game against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on October 16, 2010 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images)
The Bruins struggled on the offensive end over the past week, totaling just five goals in their last three games. Those scoring struggles were nonexistent Monday night.
Head coach Claude Julien shook up his forward lines against the Hurricanes, and the result was a season-high six-goal explosion. Center Gregory Campbell, who normally plays on the team’s fourth line, was moved up to the second in Patrice Bergeron‘s absence, and Campbell responded with a pair of assists and plus-2 rating in Boston’s 6-2 win.
Campbell’s new linemates were on top of their games, as well, as Brad Marchand scored twice and Jaromir Jagr added a pair of helpers.
To hear what made the second unit a scoring force on Monday, check out the video above.