- UFC 200: A victory for Jon Jones would mean rebirthPosted 3 months ago
- LeBron James: Legacy Defined for Cleveland’s KingPosted 3 months ago
- Jessica Andrade moving to strawweight for next fightPosted 5 months ago
- How Conor McGregor has changed the UFC foreverPosted 7 months ago
- Jeff Hornacek fired as Phoenix Suns head coachPosted 8 months ago
- Pacific Division wins NHL All-Star Game; John Scott voted MVPPosted 8 months ago
- Hendricks, Thompson to headline now free UFC 196Posted 8 months ago
- Jon Jones to rescue UFC 196? Not likelyPosted 8 months ago
- Emmanuel Omogbo plays despite personal tradegyPosted 8 months ago
- Chris Weidman training for title rematchPosted 8 months ago
Bruins win eleventh straight
- Updated: March 21, 2014
The Boston Bruins kept their hot streak going on Friday night as the black and gold marched to their 11th straight victory. The Bruins toppled the Avalanche by a score of 2-0.
Chad Johnson was the hero for Boston tonight providing the B’s with a 31-save shutout. Patrice Bergeron and Carl Soderberg netted the two goals in the game.
With the win Boston improved to 48-17-5 on the season with 101 points. Additionally, the Bruins became the first team in the NHL to clinch a playoff birth.
The Bruins are on a path of destruction and have conquered every team they have played as of late both at home and on the road. The Bruins are 10-0-3 in their last 13 road games and haven’t lost in regulation on the road since January 9th.
The red hot Bruins pursue their 12th straight victory on Saturday night when they travel to Phoenix to play the Coyotes.
Follow Insider and Staff Writer Frank Pimentel on Twitter @FrankTank96