Bruce Cassidy Explains Why He Shook Up Lines In Bruins-Hurricanes

The Top 10 pleasant surprises of the 2019-20 season so far

The Top 10 pleasant surprises of the 2019-20 season so far

If you'll recall, the Bruins were really satisfied with Anton Khudobin - the lovable backup thrived in Boston upon Cassidy's promotion and Claude Julien's firing, with a 22-7-7 record and.915 save percentage, which was good 23rd-best in the National Hockey League, from February 2017 through April 2018 - and wanted to keep him around. David Krejci also scored for Boston, only 1: 08 after Coyle put the Bruins on the scoreboard. It was more than enough offense for Halak, who faced only six shots in the third period as Boston controlled much of the final 20 minutes. Daniel Heinen had an assist in Coyle's goal.

James Reimer finished with 32 saves for the Hurricanes, who lost for the third time in four games. Both goalkeepers stayed in the third before Coyle redirected a pass from Brad Marchand on Reimer with 4:05 left.

Charlie Coyle and David Krejci scored goals 1:08 apart in the third period for Boston (20-3-5), which is 9-0-3 in its past 12 games and is the only National Hockey League team without a regulation home loss this season (12-0-4). "He's going to be able to do those with time and space, and it was a little bit of a broken play but we got up to the net eventually", head coach Bruce Cassidy said.

Jake DeBrusk added his sixth goal of the year on a give-and-go with Charlie Coyle a couple minutes later and the Canadiens' season-high losing streak reached eight (0-5-3). David Pastrnak leads the team with 25.

The Canadiens beat the Bruins 5-4 in their first meeting on November 5 in Montreal.

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When Hurricane defender Jaccob Slavin sent a backhand shot into the net with 2:09 remaining in the center frame, the disc entered the net, but not in the conventional manner. Halak skated straight for the referees, arguing that the puck slipped under the goal when he bumped it. Replays showed Halak was correct and the game remained scoreless.

"I was shocked because I sealed the post really well".

"Twenty-five (goals) by December 1st, I wouldn't have predicted that", Cassidy said.

The goal was the 200th of Krejci's career. "I thought he was real good [Tuesday]". "It's just a number", Krejci said.

Bruins Injuries: Brett Ritchie: out (illness), Patrice Bergeron: out (lower body).

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