After a very lackluster Round Robin play, The “Perfection Line” of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Pastrnak finally showed up strong in Game 1 Wednesday afternoon. All three members of the top line had two points, coming off of great passing plays.
Yes, the Round Robin games were practically meaningless, but there was some cause for concern with the general dysfunction seeming to be prevalent throughout the team, including the team’s top line. After the team’s Round Robin finale last Sunday, Brad Marchand bluntly stated “Those were preseason games. Let’s call it what it is.”
The B’s were down 1-0 late in the first when Brad Marchand found David Pastrnak off of a faceoff win by Patrice Bergeron. It’s truly special witnessing their chemistry and ability to make big plays out of nowhere.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) August 12, 2020
The B’s will prevail in another close, exciting game. The line of DeBrusk-Krejci-Kase will continue to play well, and I’m predicting Kase will net the game winning goal, with them winning, 4-2.
-Bradley Whitesell (@Bradiey98)