June 24, 2024

BOSTON — On Thursday night at TD Garden, the defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 5-4 by dominating the first and third periods of play.

Vegas grabbed control of the game in the second period, scoring three goals and outshooting the Bruins 15–7. Boston started the game well, scoring three goals in the opening two and a half minutes.

Following the game, Boston’s play displayed a recurring breakdown that Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery highlighted.

He explained, “It’s game management.” Making sure you’re acting appropriately is the goal. On the right side of the puck, you are. Simply said, we don’t regularly do

Charlie Coyle stated that although Vegas had a strong start in the second frame, the Bruins’ subpar play allowed the Knights to tie the game.

According to Coyle, “I think we kind of did come out on our heels a little bit.” We weren’t playing well or attacking, and at beginning, we weren’t doing anything spectacular. We simply possess it by putting the puck in behind them.

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The top-line center continued, saying that although the Bruins typically entered the scoring lanes to block shots, they did not do so in the second period.

He remarked, “It’s just things we can learn from.” “The game will never be simple, elegant, or flawless. You had to use every effort to score two points, and we succeeded in doing so.

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