The Bruins looked a bit flat early on Saturday night, falling behind the Winnipeg Jets 2-0. But after a timeout by Claude Julien, the B's turned their game around and eventually pulled off a 4-2 victory.
Gregory Campbell spoke after the game about the adjustments the Bruins made that enabled them to come from behind against a scrappy Jets team. He said that their skating improved and that they started to move the puck better, which ultimately led to more scoring chances.
Campbell also praised the play of linemate Daniel Paille.
To hear more from Campbell, check out the video above.