boston – The Boston Bruins extended their winning streak against the San Jose Sharks to 11 games with a 4-0 win over TD Garden on Sunday.
The Sharks Bruins have not been defeated since March 15, 2016, with a 3-2 victory in San Jose. The Bruins’ streak against the Sharks is their longest against any opponent.
Bruins defenseman “It’s so much fun coming into work every night, and really feeling like you can win every night” Charlie McAvoy He said. “I think everyone brings out the best in each other. It’s something you just want to savor, right? Because it’s really what we got here.”
Linus Ullmark And Jeremy Swaiman Combined for a shutout of 18 saves for Boston (37-5-4), which has won five straight. Allmark made 17 saves in 57:32. Swaiman entered at 8:01 of the third period after Olemark lost a skate and made one save at 2:28.
“I have no idea [how the blade came out],” Olmark said. I had some trouble skating before the game, but we took care of that. … I was just glad they didn’t shoot [before the change]. “
Video: SJS @ BOS: Ollmark and Swaiman save all shots on goal
Hambus Lindholm and McAvoy each had a goal and an assist. Brad Marchand two passes.
“I thought it was our best defense [offensive] “Our linebackers have kept a lot of pucks alive by being really aggressive, and all I know is it’s great to have an elite team,” Bruins coach Jim Montgomery said. [defensive] We did as well, led by Lindholm and McAvoy – who scored two fantastic goals to take us forward – and I think they led us tonight with our game-play and possession.”
James Reimer Made 18 saves for San Jose (14-25-9).
“There’s no mystery why they have the record,” said Sharks coach David Quinn. “Obviously, I didn’t think we were up our game in so many areas. [We] I managed a little bit, but you know, only two goals to beat one-on-one, you didn’t get much tonight.”
Lindholm gave Boston a 1-0 lead at 7:16 of the first period, dangling his way to the hole before scoring with a wrist shot.
“If you can put her in the back of the net every game, she will,” Lindholm said. “It’s a league with good players and good goalkeepers, so it’s not as easy as it sounds, but it’s fun to be able to create some attacks and take some of the load off.” [David] Pasternak and Marchand, so they can have a short night.
Video: SJS @ BOS: Lindholm fakes defense and scores
The Sharks did not have a shot on goal until 10:00 of the first when the defender Jacob MegnaSmack of the Blue Line saved Allmark.
“We didn’t have a lot of energy,” Quinn said.
McAvoy made it 2-0 at 4:08 of the second period with a goal of his own. McAvoy cringed in the past Eric Carlson And Timo Meyerdangling across the crease to evade Mario Ferraro The puck slid past Reimer.
“I bounced [McAvoy’s] Ski, [he] “He puts it right back in his blade,” said Meyer. I should have played with the body. It was a mistake that cost us a goal.”
Video: SJS @ BOS: McAvoy shows off amazing moves
Nick Foligno He made it 3-0 at 7:46, tipping on Lindholm’s point shot. Jonah Kobanen He had the secondary assist on his first career point in his third NHL game.
“I was laughing because there were four guys who were kind of angry because I scored a goal; they all thought [Koppanen] “I was kind of sad when I got into a huddle with everyone,” said Foligno, “but he got the help, so everyone was happy after that.”
Pastrnak scored a powerful touchdown to make it 4-0 at 2:40 of the third period.
“The calm we compete with in this team,” Foligno said. “There is not much to worry about in this group.” “The way we treat ourselves every night, every day in training, and there’s such a hunger to get better here. That’s probably the biggest thing I see: everyone wants to get better.”
Notes: Shark Defender Matt Benning He did not play on Sunday due to illness, according to Quinn. He did not give a timetable for his return. … has been made[بروينس][دفينسمن]In five straight games dating to jean. 14. The last time Boston had a streak that long in the regular season was March 8-15, 2014 (five games). … Pastrnak scored his 14th power play goal, only late Connor McDavid (16) and Leon Drystel (16) by the Edmonton Oilers, the most in the NHL this season.