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don't have the depth, it's just that Johnny's a good player and he's key for us in a lot of situations,” Gregory Campbell said. “Again, Kevan came in, played awesome for us and I'm sure he'll get another opportunity. “He
have some sort of on-ice answer. Tuukka Rask said the play was a case of “bad luck and bad timing,” while Gregory Campbell and Claude Julien both said it was deserving of the boarding minor Pacioretty received, but nothing more. “I guess
least nine shots on goal and landing at least five on net. Both of their goals came from bottom-six forwards in Gregory Campbell and Carl Soderberg. “It’s been a while I think since we played a good solid 60 minutes like that,” Claude
his place – or rather his former place. The former Merlot Liner was dropped to the fourth line to reunite with Gregory Campbell , his center from three seasons ago, while Caron took shifts with Patrice Bergeron and Loui Eriksson. If there’s
missed it. Not only was Winchester not ejected from the game, but he wasn't even penalized. Unlike the refs, Gregory Campbell did not miss the dirty hit. He took justice into his own hands and dropped the gloves with Winchester on the very
opportunities the Bruins had on the night Thursday when he stole the puck in the offensive zone in the second period and fed Gregory Campbell , who was denied by Niemi. There were plenty of reasons for the Bruins to be happy to come out of Thursday night
t really hurt the Sabres, why is he in the lineup in the first place? Because he can guarantee a win in a fight? Gregory Campbell loses fights on the regular, but he fights in addition to winning faceoffs and playing solid two-way hockey
to move all his extremities before taken to the hospital. The Bruins bounced back with a first-period goal from Gregory Campbell , but the Canadiens came roaring back in the second period with goals from Tomas Plekanec and Pacioretty. The Bruins
to play Caron in a game that likely wouldn’t see many gloves being dropped. Caron skated on the right wing of Gregory Campbell ’s line. The Bruins will return to action Friday at TD Garden when they host the Rangers in their annual Black Friday
bottom-six forwards. The B’s got goals from Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille Tuesday against the Rangers, while Gregory Campbell and Carl Soderberg provided the team’s goals Thursday against the Blues. - The Bruins dominated the first two
clinching shootout goal in a 3-2 Blues win at TD Garden. The Bruins grabbed the lead late in the first period on Gregory Campbell ’s first goal of the season, but Tuukka Rask let a wobbling puck off the stick of Roy sneak through his five-hole
grinders pop one shorthanded,” Thornton said. In the last five games, the fourth line — Thornton, Paille and Gregory Campbell – has a combined four goals, three assists and 19 shots. “I always joke with the media that it doesn’t matter who
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