HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) -- Tyler Redenbach beat Mike Dunham on
Boston's first shot of the game and the Bruins went on to beat the
New York Islanders for the second straight night, winning 3-2 in
exhibition play Saturday night.
Glen Murray and Jonathan Sigalet also scored for the Bruins
(4-1-0), coming off a 5-1 victory over the Islanders on Friday
night in Moncton, New Brunswick.
"What we are trying to do is establish a winning mentality,
find different ways to win with all the different lineups,"
first-year Bruins coach Dave Lewis said.
"We have to get a lot of the rust out of our game and hopefully
improve," said Islanders coach Ted Nolan, also in his first season
with the team.
Redenbach surprised goalie Mike Dunham with a quick shot from
the side of the net 2:01 into the game. Dunham, in the Islanders'
camp on a tryout, got a piece of the puck, but it deflected off his
pads and through his legs.
Murray, from Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, made it 2-0 with 5:27
left in the first period, scoring off a feed from Marc Savard.
"It was good to come back close to home and see some family,"
Sigalet made it 3-0 with 3:56 to go in the period when he scored
on a power play.
Dunham stopped 10 of 13 shots before being replace by Rick
DiPietro halfway through the second period. Hannu Toivonen went the
distance for the Bruins, stopping 23 shots.
Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara (bruised foot) sat out his second