Bruins vs. Jets takeaways: B’s erase multiple deficits to earn 10th win of January

The Boston Bruins are a freight train that cannot be stopped right now.

The B’s erased multiple deficits Saturday afternoon to earn a 3-2 comeback win over the Winnipeg Jets at TD Garden. The Bruins have now won 10 of their 12 games since the calendar turned to 2022. 

Boston’s stellar run this month has moved it within a single point of the Toronto Maple Leafs for third place in the Atlantic Division. It wasn’t that long ago that the Bruins trailed third place by nine points.

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Veteran goaltender Tuukka Rask returned to the net and made 22 saves on 24 shots to pick up his second win of the season.

Next up for the Bruins is a Monday night matchup versus the much-improved Anaheim Ducks. It will conclude a seven-game homestand.

Here are three takeaways from Bruins-Jets.

1) Brad Marchand makes quick return

Marchand left the Bruins’ win over the Capitals on Thursday night with an upper body injury after taking a hard hit from behind along the boards. He wasn’t even able to lift his right shoulder to celebrate a Boston goal later in the game.

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B’s head coach Bruce Cassidy said Friday that Marchand would not play versus the Jets. So it was surprising when Cassidy noted Saturday morning that Marchand had a chance to play.


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