Today in Boston Bruins History: November 3

By Emma Harger
Brad Marchand scores his first goal of the 2010-11 season. Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE


Boston Bruins history for November 3:

1938: The Bruins kick off their 1938-39 season on the road against Toronto, winning 3-2.

1940: Another Bruins season begins on the road, this time with a visit to Montreal and a 1-1 tie.

1946: On a visit to Chicago, the Bruins lose 5-3.

1955: Again the Bruins and Black Hawks meet, this time playing to a 3-3 tie.

1957: The Bruins shut out the Red Wings 4-0.

1959: A 6-3 win against Chicago is the second 6-3 win in a row for the Bruins and will be the second of four consecutive games where Boston holds the other team to three goals and takes the win.

1960: Visiting Detroit, the Bruins lose 8-5.

1963: This time against Detroit, the Bruins take a 4-1 win.

1965: In the Windy City, the Bruins and Black Hawks play to a 2-2 tie.

1966: The New York Rangers deal the Bruins a 7-1 loss.

1968: The Bruins win 5-3 over Chicago.

1972: On the second stop of a West Coast road trip, the Bruins play the California Golden Seals and tie at six each.

1973: Visiting the New York Islanders brings a 6-4 loss for Boston.

1974: In one of, but not the, biggest Bruins wins of the 1974-75 season, Boston wins 10-1 over the Minnesota North Stars. All 10 of the Bruins goals are scored by different people, too.

1977: The Bruins lose 4-1 to the Buffalo Sabres.

1982: Once again playing against Buffalo, this time the Bruins pull off a 3-2 victory.

1983: The Bruins win 9-5 over the St. Louis Blues, taking away wins from both parts of a home-and-home with St. Louis.

1984: In Montreal, the Bruins lose 3-1.

1988: The Hartford Whalers win 5-3 over the Bruins.

1990: The Sabres defeat the Bruins 4-1.

1998: Another loss to the Sabres, this time by a 4-2 margin.

2001: The Bruins win 2-1 in New Jersey.

2005: Brad Boyes, Glen Murray, Jiri Slegr and Travis Green all score for the Bruins as they defeat the Florida Panthers 4-1.

2007: Chuck Kobasew gets two goals, but those two aren’t enough when the Ottawa Senators win 3-2 over the Bruins.

2009: The Bruins and Red Wings meet again–but Detroit gets a shutout win, 2-0. This is the second shutout loss in a row for Boston.

2010: The Bruins build on the momentum of two consecutive shutout wins (what a difference a year makes) by beating Buffalo 5-2. Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron both score shorthanded. Blake Wheeler and Michael Ryder score too. Milan Lucic adds an empty-net goal to secure it.

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