Today in Boston Bruins History: November 12
Boston Bruins history for November 12:
1932: Against the Montreal Canadiens, the Bruins get a 4-0 shutout win.
1940: The Bruins lose 6-5 to the Chicago Black Hawks.
1942: The Bruins put up their fourth loss in a row when they lose 3-1 to Toronto. They have yet to a win a game so far in this season.
1944: Against the New York Rangers, the Bruins tie it 5-5.
1947: In New York, the Bruins get a big 8-2 victory.
1949: Detroit prolongs a losing streak for Boston by handing them a 5-3 loss.
1950: In the biggest loss of the season to date, the Bruins drop their game 7-0 against Toronto.
1955: The Bruins beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 in Toronto.
1959: The Red Wings deal the Bruins a 6-5 loss.
1961: The Bruins beat the Maple Leafs 4-3.
1967: Against the new Philadelphia Flyers, the Bruins lose 4-2.
1972: The Bruins lose 5-3 to the Canadiens.
1974: The Canadiens deal the Bruins a 4-1 loss.
1977: In Atlanta, the Bruins win 6-3 over the Flames.
1978: On a visit to Buffalo, the Bruins and Sabres tie at four apiece.
1981: The Edmonton Oilers give the Bruins a 5-2 win.
1983: In Quebec City, the Bruins take a 6-4 win against the Nordiques.
1986: In Pittsburgh, the Bruins win 2-1.
1987: The Canadiens come to see their biggest rivals and the Bruins win 3-2, their second 3-2 win in as many days.
1988: The Calgary Flames burn the Bruins on a 2-1 loss.
1992: The Flames roll into Boston and the Bruins win 5-3.
1997: Visiting Dallas brings a 3-3 tie for Boston.
2002: On a short road trip up to Buffalo, the Bruins win 4-3, extending their win streak.
2005: The Islanders defeat the Bruins 5-2, Boston’s second 5-2 loss in a row. Dave Scatchard and Sergei Samsonov score for the visiting team.
2008: It takes a shootout to settle the game between the Bruins and Blackhawks, but Boston wins 2-1. Marco Sturm scores in regulation, but then Blake Wheeler and PJ Axelsson have shootout goals to secure the victory.
2009: The Panthers shut out the Bruins 1-0 and win in a shootout. In the second period, the Panthers are outshot 19-1–yes, they managed just one shot on goal. The score sheet for this game is hilarious: no scoring at all through three periods, the overtime period, and then it takes a four-round shootout before someone finally scores and ends it.
2011: The Bruins beat the Sabres 6-2. Tyler Seguin scores twice, Brad Marchand has a goal, Rich Peverley scores, Nathan Horton does too and so does Chris Kelly. This is the infamous game where Milan Lucic runs into Ryan Miller, who came far out of his crease to play the puck. Afterwards, Miller lets everyone know that he feels Lucic is a gutless piece of…well, number two.
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