The Bruins had their most successful offensive performance of the season Monday night.
The Cam Ward-less Hurricanes were no match for the B’s relentless attack, as Boston’s retooled lineup gave Canes goalies Justin Peters and Dan Ellis fits with repeated wraparound attempts from behind the net.
The B’s second line was the most dangerous in the 6-2 win, with Jaromir Jagr, Gregory Campbell and Brad Marchand each tallying two points, and Andy Brickley joined NESN Daily after the game to break down just what made the combination so effective.
Check out Brick’s analysis in the video above.
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