WINNIPEG, MB - With a disappointing loss Friday night, Saturday brought a new day for the Bruins, who left Buffalo with a cold feeling - not only from the sting in the frigid air, but from their second regulation loss of the season to the Sabres.
And as the members of the spoked-B boarded the plane for Winnipeg Saturday morning, a new challenge - and opportunity - awaited them out West.
“It’s huge, right now there’s no time to focus on games we’ve played in the past and our record right now is more about making sure we come out better and have a stronger game,” Bruins winger Brad Marchand said following an early afternoon practice in Winnipeg, held at the Jets’ practice facility, MTS Iceplex.
“We can’t lose a third game in a row. It’s a huge game and we really have to get back on track.”
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