Boston Bruins history for November 4:
1944: The Bruins lose 7-2 to Toronto, their second loss in a row where the other team scored seven goals.
1945: The Bruins register their first official, decisive win of the 1945-46 season by winning 6-5 over Montreal.
1950: Another victory comes over the Habs, this time a 3-2 win, another one where just one more goal decided it.
1951: Visiting Chicago, the Bruins win 4-2.
1954: The Bruins and Red Wings finish up a home-and-home with a 3-2 Red Wings win.
1956: In the first part of a home-and-home series with the New York Rangers, the Bruins win 4-1.
1962: The Bruins lose 4-3 to New York, meaning they have not decisively won a game this campaign since their Oct. 11 opener.
1965: In Detroit, the Bruins take a huge 8-1 loss and have yet to win a game this season.
1971: The Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 6-1.
1973: Against the California Golden Seals, the Bruins win 4-1.
1976: The Bruins get their biggest win of the season to date when they put up seven goals and win 7-5 against Chicago.
1978: Now seven goals mean a 7-3 victory for Philadelphia against Boston.
1979: The first slice of a home-and-home with Edmonton goes well as the Bruins win 2-1.
1982: Just after finishing a seven-game road trip, the Bruins get home and lose 5-2 to Hartford.
1984: The Bruins get a 6-2 win over the New York Islanders.
1987: Another game against Hartford ends in a 2-2 tie this time.
1989: The Bruins tie it 3-3 with Buffalo.
1991: Visiting the Islanders brings a 6-4 loss for Boston.
1993: The Calgary Flames come to town and the Bruins get a 6-3 win.
1995: The Bruins lose 4-1 to Montreal, their third loss in a row.
1996: Against Los Angeles, the two teams tie 4-4.
1999: A 3-1 win against the New Jersey Devils helps keep a Bruins win streak alive, now extended to five.
2000: The Bruins take an 8-3 loss against Atlanta.
2006: In a high-scoring game, the Bruins win 6-5 in overtime against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Marc Savard has two goals, Phil Kessel scores and PJ Axelsson, Zdeno Chara and Glen Murray all score goals on the power play.
2007: The Ottawa Senators best the Bruins 2-1 in a shootout. Chuck Kobasew is the lone scorer for Boston.
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