The big train known as the Boston Bruins  keeps on rolling. Following their ONLY regulation loss of the month in 12 tries on Wednesday night in Buffalo, the Bruins came out looking a little sluggish in the first period against the New York Islanders , falling behind 1-0. A true testament to their early season dominance is the following stat… It was just the sixth time in 23 games the Bruins have found themselves behind after 20 minutes. But that was not even a speed bump to the Black and Gold as they responded with five straight goals and put the game away with a five-goal onslaught of the overmatched Gordon’s Fisherman in the third. Scott Gordon , who coached the Baby B’s in Providence, was not shown any hospitality by the Bruins on the ice. Michael Ryder  netted two goals and seven Bruins had at least two points in the win. Next up, the Stanley Cup  Champion Detroit Red Wings  at the Garden on Saturday night. That’s can’t miss hockey for those wondering if the Bruins should be put in the same class as the the defending champs.