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The Bruins are simply pouring it on

1/29/2014

Bruins 6, Panthers 2

* Milan Lucic (BOS): Two goals (15); third multi-goal game this season.

* David Krejci (BOS): Goal (11), two assists; second three-point game of season (other was Saturday vs. Flyers).

* Bruins: Third straight game with six goals (also scored six in wins over Flyers on Saturday and Islanders on Monday); fourth six-goal game of season.

* Bruins: 5-0-1 in last six games (won last four); won last six meetings versus Panthers (last loss was March 15, 2012).

Wild 4, Ducks 2

* Wild: 9-3-1 in last 13 games following six-game losing streak.

* Ducks: Second home loss in last three games (started season 20-0-2 at home).

* Zach Parise (MIN): Goal, two assists; three points ties season high.

Coyotes 3, Kings 0

* Oliver Ekman-Larsson (PHX): Two goals; third career multi-goal game (first this season).

* Antoine Vermette (PHX): goal, assist; five straight games with a point.

* Kings: lost six of last seven games.

* Coyotes: Third shutout this season (all have come this month).

Flames 5, Blackhawks 4

* Flames: Won three straight games for first time this season.

* Mikael Backlund (CGY): Second career multi-goal game (first since Oct. 21, 2010).

* Blackhawks: Lost season-high four straight games.

* Marian Hossa (CHI): Two goals; third multi-goal game of season.

Capitals 5, Sabres 4 (OT)

* Capitals: 2-5-2 in last nine games (won two straight).

* Sabres: 0-4-2 in last six home games.

* Mike Green (WSH): Eighth career overtime goal; he's now scored exactly one in each of the last five seasons.

* Alex Ovechkin (WSH): Seventh multi-goal game of season (most in NHL).

Maple Leafs 3, Lightning 2

* Maple Leafs: Won four straight home games.

* Lightning: Three-game win streak snapped.

* James van Riemsdyk (TOR): Go-ahead goal; has six goals in last 10 games (21st goal of season).

* Nazem Kadri (TOR): Second multi-goal game of season (other was against the Stars on Dec. 5).

* Jonathan Bernier (TOR): 40 saves; 5-1-1 in last seven appearances.

Flyers 5, Red Wings 0

* Flyers: largest shutout victory in series history and first shutout over the Red Wings since 2001.

* From Elias: Steve Mason's four shutouts against the Red Wings are the most by any active goaltender and twice as many as he's recorded against any other NHL team.