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play (one) than they have scored on the man advantage. They’ve had to kill the penalties without Daniel Paille , Chris Kelly , Kevan Miller and Matt Bartkowski and, in Game 1, had to kill a penalty with Zdeno Chara sitting in the box and Johnny Boychuk out
A matchup that looked favorable for the Bruins looked less favorable when Chris Kelly , Daniel Paille , Matt Bartkowski and Kevan Miller were absent as the B’s and Red Wings took the ice for warmups Friday night at
games). This year, the Bruin's third line of Carl Soderberg between Loui Eriksson and -- when he can play -- Chris Kelly , is two things: much, much more Swedish than it used to be and much, much better. Boston’s third line was something
other -- which they might not given how good Bergeron's been -- the Bruins' third line of Carl Soderberg between Chris Kelly and Loui Eriksson can be a series-changer the way the team's third line was in the opening round
right wing, where he has now played five straight games. David Pastrnak is on the fourth line with Gregory Campbell and Chris Kelly . By the looks of morning skate, following is the lineup for Saturday’ s game against the Leafs: Marchand-Bergeron-Krejci
choice seemed perplexing at the time, Claude Julien was probably relieved by his decision when, with Bergeron out, Chris Kelly took a hooking penalty to leave the Bruins killing a penalty without their two leading forwards in shorthanded time on
Connolly were to play on Boston’ s fourth line Thursday, Wednesday’ s lines suggested he could potentially play with Chris Kelly and Max Talbot. That could certainly change, but Connolly is more focused on when he’ ll play than with whom he’ ll play
PUSHES RIGHT BUTTONS Ryan Spooner and Dougie Hamilton picked up the assists on Bergeron’ s second-period goal, but Chris Kelly played just as big a part. Kelly, who is sneaky good at pestering opponents to draw penalties, took a shot at Dave Bolland
Turris’ goal to put Ottawa up early, Soderberg carried the puck into the offensive zone and shot past a screening Chris Kelly to tie the game with the second goal of the game’ s opening minute. The goal was Soderberg’ s 11th of the season. His