Bruins shooting for success after 1
|10.10.10 at 10:46 am ET|
PRAGUE — Though the game is scoreless after one, it appears the Bruins have taken note of what they should have been throghout the first two periods on Satruday: shooting.
The team jumped out to a 10-1 lead in shots on goal in the first seven and a half minutes of the game, with the totals reading 15-8 at the end of the period.
A night after the defense struggled with puck control and consistency, the Bruins once again moved pairings around throughout the first period. Dennis Seidenberg and Johnny Boychuk started the game as a pairing, but Boychuk was moved to a pairing with Zdeno Chara almost immediately. Seidenberg skated with Mark Stuart, with Andrew Ference and Matt Hunwick pairing up.
Tim Thomas has looked solid thus far, stopping all eight shots he’s seen from a Coyotes offense that put up four goals on Tuukka Rask a night earlier.
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