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Offense was at a bit of a premium for the Bruins on Thursday. Boston put up 30 shots, but only one got by Evgeni Nabokov. The goal, scored by Tyler Seguin on the power play, was set up beautifully by Jaromir Jagr and Gregory Campbell.
Jagr did a phenomenal job of protecting the puck and moving it down to the goal line for Campbell. Soupy then fed it across the slot to Seguin, where the winger ripped the shot past Nabokov.
In just one week with the Bruins, there is no doubt Jagr is making a difference on the once-stagnant Boston power play.
Check out the Amica Coverage Cam breakdown of Seguin’s goal in the video above.
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By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
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