The Boston Bruins took on the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday in a game that promised loads of offense. Unfortunately, the Bruins did not hold up to their end of that promise.
Boston offense looked flat all night long and failed to generate much at all. Colorado took advantage and prevailed 4-1.
The Bruins actually jumped out to a first-period lead courtesy of a Chris Wagner goal. This seemed like the first time in forever Boston scored the first goal of a game.
That early goal was all Boston could muster, even after Colorado’s starting goaltender Philipp Grubauer exited with an injury.