The Bruins continue to pound opponents into the ground, as they entered Thursday's game with Calgary leading the NHL with a 3.5 goals per game average. That number will only go up after a 9-0 drubbing of the Flames.
If they can continue the season in such an impressive style, the B's could be looking at a history-making goal differential. They entered Thursday on pace to finish the season as a plus-136, a mark that would be by far the best since the NHL lockout.
In short, things are going pretty well for the Black and Gold, and the future sure looks bright. Jack Edwards thinks that the Bruins could be in the midst of the "good old days."
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