Boston Bruins history for November 10:
1932: The 1932-33 season kicks off with a 1-1 tie at Toronto.
1945: Visiting Montreal brings the Bruins a 5-3 loss.
1946: The Bruins shut out the New York Rangers 4-0.
1954: Against Chicago, the Bruins get a 4-3 win.
1955: Facing off against the Rangers, the Bruins take a 5-1 win.
1956: In Montreal for the first half of a home-and-home, the Bruins win 3-1.
1957: Against Detroit, the Bruins begin a new win streak with a 4-2 victory.
1960: The Bruins lose 4-1 to the Red Wings.
1962: In the second 3-3 tied game in a row for Boston, the Bruins and Red Wings tie it at three apiece.
1963: The Bruins take a 4-2 win against Chicago.
1964: Just like two years previously, Boston and Detroit tie at three.
1965: On a visit to New York, the Bruins and Rangers tie it at two.
1966: The Bruins shut out the Maple Leafs 4-0.
1968: The Bruins and St. Louis Blues tie at one apiece.
1969: The Oakland Golden Seals come to town and the Bruins win 8-3.
1970: When the new Vancouver Canucks make their first-ever trip to Boston, the Bruins win 6-3.
1971: In Chicago, the Bruins lose 3-1.
1974: Against the Atlanta Flames, the Bruins win 4-3.
1976: On a visit to Detroit, the Bruins win 6-4.
1977: The Bruins win 5-2 over the Los Angeles Kings.
1979: A 6-1 win over Pittsburgh pushes the Bruins’ win streak to three.
1984: In Detroit, the Bruins get a 4-2 win to extend their winning streak to three.
1985: The Minnesota North Stars provide the Bruins a 2-1 victory.
1989: In Washington, the Bruins get a 5-3 win.
1990: The Bruins tie 3-3 with the Penguins.
2001: The Columbus Blue Jackets travel to Boston and the Bruins get a 5-1 win.
2005: The Ottawa Senators give the Bruins a 5-2 loss. Brad Boyes and Glen Murray score. Cam Neely, who had just been inducted into the Hall of Fame, comes back to his old stomping grounds to drop the ceremonial puck.
2007: The Bruins take a 2-1 win over the Sabres. Marco Sturm and Chuck Kobasew each get their seventh goals of the season in the win. This was Marc Savard‘s 600th game.
2009: The Bruins shut the Penguins out 3-0. Matt Hunwick, Daniel Paille and Patrice Bergeron provide all the goals they need. Mark Recchi puts up his 900th NHL career assist. Ray Bourque is in the building to watch his son Chris, who was then with Pittsburgh. The Bruins also honor TD Garden usher Bill Lynch, who helped stop a subway train when a woman fell on the tracks over the previous weekend, saving her from injury or death.
2010: This time, the Penguins put up four goals–but the Bruins put up seven and take the win. There are seven different goal-scorers: Recchi, Brad Marchand, Nathan Horton, Zdeno Chara, Shawn Thornton, Blake Wheeler and Milan Lucic. Five goals are scored in the third period for the Bruins win.
2011: The Bruins beat the Oilers 6-3. Marchand scores twice, Lucic has a goal, plus Jordan Caron, Johnny Boychuk and Tyler Seguin each score too.
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