BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 22: Milan Lucic #17 of the Boston Bruins celebrates his goal in the third period against the San Jose Sharks on October 22, 2011 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The San Jose Sharks defeated the Boston Bruins 4-2. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Two wins at home have given a renewed sense of confidence to the previously flailing Bruins, and they hope to continue that swagger into tonight's game against the San Jose Sharks.
The Bruins seem to have shaken the ugly from their game at least for the time being, picking up back-to-back wins in their two most recent games against the Philadelphia Flyers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
With a shootout win against Philly and a convincing 8-0 disposal of the Leafs, it looks like the Bruins have finally found some of their rhythm again, and at the right time of the season.
But as they have said time and time again, they are going to take each game one at a time.
San Jose took the only game so far this season back on October 22, where Joe Thornton and the rest of the team battled through and won 4-2 in Boston.The B's had battled back from being down 2-0, and tied the game at two a piece before the Sharks picked up the heartbreaking goal and the empty netter in the third period.
But, with two good wins behind them, and three road games in front of them, the B's have found a new confidence that can help carry them into tonight's game.
The puck drops at 10:30 p.m. EDT and will be broadcast live on NESN and aired on 98.5 the Sports Hub.