Bruins Set to Hit Road After Recent Newfound Success at Home Outside of their annual Black Friday matinee on the day after Thanksgiving, the Bruins will be spending a lot of time away from the TD Garden in the coming weeks.

The B's will play four of their next five games on the road, which is too bad for a Bruins squad that has finally started to take advantage of home-ice advantage.

The Bruins, who have been notoriously good on the road this season, are starting to find success at home, as well. After starting the season 0-2-1 at the Garden, the B's are now 2-0-1 in their last three at home.

That one overtime setback came Saturday against the Kings in a shootout loss. Despite the loss, the Bruins were able to pick up a point, in fact a "hard-earned point" according to coach Claude Julien.