Watch Bruins’ Jack Studnicka Score First NHL Goal, Charlie Coyle Net Equalizer

The rookie got things going for Boston


Jan 21, 2021

New period. New game.

The Boston Bruins weren’t going out without a fight Thursday in their first time back on home ice since before NHL’s pause last March.

And down 2-0 early in the third period to the Philadelphia Flyers, it was a rookie who gave them that spark, ending the Bruins’ even-strength scoring slump.

Jack Studnicka scored his first NHL goal less than a minute into the period off assists from Nick Ritchie and David Krejci.

Just over a minute later, Charlie Coyle delivered the equalizer to tie it up at 2-2, assisted by Craig Smith.

It was the first 5-on-5 goals for the Bruins this season.

Thumbnail photo via Brian Fluharty/USA TODAY Sports Images
Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron
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