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Game 3: Avalanche at Bruins

Posted by Amalie Benjamin  October 10, 2013 01:30 PM

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The Bruins are trying to get back in stride after four days off after a win over the Red Wings on Saturday. The Avalanche are trying to see just how real their 3-0-0 start is.

Asked if this game would be a measuring stick for his surprising team, Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said, "Certainly it is a measuring stick to some point, obviously. But at the same time we know we still have things to work on. But I guess tonight we’re going to be challenged and we’ll see what area in our game needs to be better and improve. That’s why I’m saying we take it one day at a time and see where it’ll bring us."

These are two teams that don't face each other often. In fact, the last time the teams met was in a 1-0 Avalanche win exactly two years ago, on Oct. 10, 2011.

Game time: 7 p.m.

TV/Radio: NESN/98.5 The Sports Hub

Records: Bruins 2-0-0, Avalanche 3-0-0

Projected lineups:

Lucic-Krejci-Iginla
Marchand-Bergeron-Eriksson
Caron-Kelly-Smith
Paille-Campbell-Thornton

Chara-Boychuk
Seidenberg-Hamilton
Krug-McQuaid

Rask

Notes: Tonight's game marks the only time the Avalanche come to town this season. ... Colorado got its first road win of the season on Tuesday against Toronto. ... The Bruins have a 69-49-15-1 record all-time against the Avalanche/Nordiques franchise. ... The Bruins' current 0-5-1-1 home winless streak against Colorado is their longest current streak against any other NHL opponent. ... Boston has never beaten Colorado in overtime and has never won a home overtime decision against the franchise. Both OT wins came in Quebec.

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