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to go through with the hit. Smith dumped the puck and the Red Wings went for a full line change, at which point Gregory Campbell got the puck to Kevan Miller and Thornton turned up the ice. Thornton took a feed from Miller and had a partial
his partner. Up front, the Bruins used Patrice Bergeron with Brad Marchand , David Krejci with Loui Eriksson and Gregory Campbell with Justin Florek. The group stayed the course, limiting Detroit to just a Johan Franzen shot on goal. In the
statistical drop-off. Smith had just two goals in the final 25 games of the season, though he did play all 82 games. Gregory Campbell Pre-season projection: 10 goals, 12 assists, 22 points 2013-14 stats: 8 goals, 13 assists, 21 assists Campbell
there. They can do their share and I have to do mine and that way we keep ourselves on our toes.” Listening to Gregory Campbell ’s words, it doesn’t seem like Julien has had any trouble getting his point across. "Picking up points is a
the puck through the neutral zone, backed into the half wall in the offensive zone, waited just long enough for Gregory Campbell and wheeled around to feed Campbell in front for Boston's fourth goal. It was the ultimate show of hockey smarts
19), Reilly Smith (18), Jarome Iginla (17), Milan Lucic (17) and Patrice Bergeron (16). The trio of Gregory Campbell between Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille is, when at its best, among the best fourth lines in the league. Folks
and for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. That postseason saw shuffling with the third line due to Gregory Campbell ’s broken leg (Peverley moved down to center the fourth line) and Tyler Seguin ’s struggles. Claude Julien spent
such an important part of the penalty kill. And so Chris Kelly ‘s going to be a huge loss and Daniel Paille and Gregory Campbell are one of the best tandems when it comes to killing penalties in the entire league, so that’s a big loss, too. I
big body, good skater. He hasn’t played a whole lot of playoff games, but we have some chemistry — me and [ Gregory Campbell ] with him. He plays a straight-line game. It should be pretty good.” On Chris Kelly and Daniel Paille : “They
though slightly high), while Paille — who has already had two concussions this season — was slow to get up. Gregory Campbell scored his eighth goal of the season when he took a first-period feed from Jordan Caron and tipped it past
assists). Pominville tied the game 28 seconds later and the teams played tied late into the second period before Gregory Campbell scored a power play goal. In addition to Jarome Iginla and Kevan Miller both missing the game with minor injuries
of the whistle. Later in the third, Brendan Gallagher was giving a so-so holding call after he caught up to a Gregory Campbell breakaway. All in all, the Bruins had four power plays in the third period, with Bergeron’s tally coming on
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