Brad Marchand’s Hot Streak Vs. Lightning Ends In Game 4 Loss

Marchand scored at least one goal in three previous games against the Lightning

by Marcus Kwesi O'Mard

Aug 29, 2020

Brad Marchand’s good thing has passed.

The Boston Bruins left wing’s point streak against the Tampa Bay Lightning ended Saturday in Boston’s Game 4 loss of its Stanley Cup Playoffs second-round series. Marchand scored four goals and added one assist in the first three games of the Bruins-Lightning series, but he drew a blank Saturday in Boston’s 3-1 loss.

For more on Marchand’s off day, check out the video above from “Bruins Postgame Final,” presented by Rodenhiser Home Services.

Thumbnail photo via John E. Sokolowski/USA TODAY Sports Images
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