Gord Kluzak Thinks Rich Peverley Should Play on Line With Patrice Bergeron More Often


Mark Recchi's veteran leadership and poise is invaluable, so even when he's not lighting the lamp, he's still extremely important to the Bruins' game plan. When he does score, like he did in Game 2, it's a bonus.

But although Recchi needs to still log big minutes, NESN's Gord Kluzak thinks that Bruins head coach Claude Julien should consider using Rich Peverley on a line with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand more often.

Kluzak thinks Peverley's speed and scoring ability makes him an important offensive player for the Bruins, and that he might see an increase in opportunities and production if he was to play alongside a center of Bergeron's caliber.

Kluzak also discussed whether the Bruins should consider inserting enforcer Shawn Thornton into the lineup for Game 3, and how it would impact the Bruins.

To hear what else Kluzak had to say, check out the video above.