Bruins Get First Goal in Win Over Maple Leafs Behind Relentless Effort, Five-Skater Attack


The Bruins have the Maple Leafs' number this season, there's no secret about that. When you look at how the B's scored their first goal of another win over Toronto on Saturday night, it's easy to see why.

Bruins center David Krejci got the game's first goal in Boston's 4-1 win Saturday night, but it was hardly an individual effort. And while Nathan Horton set up Krejci with a beautiful pass, that wasn't even the real reason for the goal, either. Instead, as Andy Brickley points out with help from the Amica Coverage Cam, it was a relentless team effort that led to the game's first goal.

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