The last time these clubs met last season, the Bruins skated away with a 3-2 road win over the Golden Knights, despite being outshot 33-27 in the game.
"We have a good group".
"Obviously being down early, being able to come back, winning a close game at the end, pushing them off a little bit at the end, those are just experiences that we'll put in our pocket and use for another day", Krug said. In wins, they've served as the springboard for offense. "I don't think there is anything major structurally wrong with him". In net, Darcy Kuemper is 0-2-0 with goals against average of 1.54 and save percentage of.945. Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves.
Mark Stone, Reilly Smith and Max Pacioretty scored for Vegas. We had our looks in the second period to score goals. Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak have been one of hockey's best lines for nearly half a decade, and when they showed up, it turned the game on its head. A bounce here, a bounce there, we're right back in it. "We'll learn from that and make sure that, especially against an offensive team like that, that we never take our foot off the gas".
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Pastrnak got things started with a big goal in the first period after Vegas went up 2-0. Through the first 10 minutes against Vegas, it looked like much of the same as they fell behind 2-0. Vegas was able to pull to within one late in the third on their second power play goal but Rask shut the door on a late Golden Knights surge in the final minutes.
NOTES: Bruins captain Zdeno Chara, 42, appeared in his 1,488th game, breaking a tie with Wayne Gretzky for the 23rd-most in history.
Stone got the first on a power play, taking a pass from Pacioretty near the bottom of the right circle and firing a wrist shot that caromed off Rask's glove and dribbled across the goal line at 6:36. They both made their debut in 1997 and are the only active players who played a game in the 1990s.
Not that this was ever going to truly impact his availability, but perhaps this is just another reason why you should expect to see No. 40 seated on Boston's bench as Jaroslav Halak's backup on Thursday night as the Bruins seek a ideal balance to keep both goaltenders fresh and with Boston's home opener against the Devils looming for Saturday night in Boston.