The Boston Bruins are coming off their most lopsided loss of the season as the Red Wings spanked them 6-1 Wednesday night in Detroit. After falling to 6-4-0 on the road, the Bruins return home Friday afternoon to take on the New York Rangers who are coming off a win in their previous game. For the Bruins, they can't let Wednesday's game get to them. They can't forget it happened, but they have to realize over the course of a season, games like that happen, and you'll be on both sides of those results. What you need to do is go back, look what you did wrong and then work to prevent something like that from occurring again.
The Boston Bruins may also get a much needed boost as all indications are that blue liner, Dennis Seidenberg will make his return to the lineup today. He has participated in practice and while coach, Claude Julien, has not said he will return, the coach said, "It's looking good."
As for the goalie matchup, the Bruins have not stated who will be starting but Rangers coach, Alain Vigneaut, stated on Wednesday that Henrik Lundqvist would get the start today.
The Bruins currently lead the Atlantic division by one point over Tampa Bay and hold a one point lead in the Eastern Conference over both Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh, both who are also playing today.
Puck drop is scheduled for a little after 1:00 PM and hopefully the Bruins bounce back with a great game and strong effort and maintain their lead in both the division and conference as we head into the final day/game of November.
Rangers at Bruins...LET'S GO BRUINS!!!!!!!