Posted on 30 January, 2013

BRUINS BEAT: Thanks to Horton’s late 3rd period goal and Tuukka’s strong play, the B’s pulled out a 2-1 shootout win against New Jersey.

B's Fight Back, Answer Call vs Devils

Nathan Horton Goal

Boston, MA - The Bruins - and every other NHL team - knew coming into the 2012-13 season that they needed to get off to a strong start. The rhetoric had been laced into every story since the start of training camp - of how the shortened 48-game season would be a fight to get through.

With tonight’s 2-1 shootout win over the New Jersey Devils, Boston is looking at a 5-0-1 start, having taken 11 of possible 12 points, and the most recent four points coming in the B’s first of seven back-to-backs on the season. Down 1-0 heading into the third period, Nathan Horton's game-tying goal with 4:05 left in regulation got the Bruins into it, and Brad Marchand's sudden death shootout goal sealed the two points.

"Our guys have been really good. We’ve found ways to win," Bruins Head Coach Claude Julien told media following tonight’s win. "To be a good team you’ve got to be able to do that."

"Not every night’s going to be a great night, but at the end of the day it’s about how hard you’re willing to work to get that win and our guys have been good at answering that call."

Read the full recap and watch tonight’s Bruins Beat here.

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Great shot of a determined Tuukka Rask walking into the B’s locker room last night. #nhlbruins

Great shot of a determined Tuukka Rask walking into the B’s locker room last night. #nhlbruins

Seguin, Marchand Convert in Shootout

Boston, MA - Fans at TD Garden saw an exciting end to Tuesday night’s 2-1 win over New Jersey coming down to the shootout. And although there are many opinions surrounding this method of closing out the game, this one didn’t disappoint.

The shootout saw Tyler Seguin have to regroup for a do-over that gave him a 12-for-22 career stat, while Brad Marchand scored on his first-ever shootout attempt in sudden death and Tuukka Rask came up with the big stops.

Read the story and watch the full shootout here.