The Boston Bruins have been a dominant team in recent years, but they’re not off to the most dominant start this season.
The B’s were 5-5-0 and fourth in the Atlantic Division entering Tuesday’s game against the Minnesota Wild, and it’s quite possible that some of the team’s new-look lines are a factor in that. Forward Gregory Campbell said before the game that his line is still working on its chemistry after the newly acquired Simon Gagne joined him and Daniel Paille.
“It’s a work in progress,” Campbell said. “We’re trying to do what we can do to contribute, and that means being responsible, being a line that can be relied upon different times in a game in different situations. And also being physical and bringing energy. That never changes.”
Hear more from Campbell about the Bruins’ matchup with the Wild in the video above.
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