Milan Lucic had a had trick, and Tuukka Rask pitched a shutout as the Bruins beat the Florida Panthers 4-0 at TD Garden last night.

Rask, Lucic share the spotlight – Mick Colageo says that Lucic may have stole the final act, but this was Tuukka’s show last night.

Hats off to Lucic after three-goal performance – Joe Haggerty looks at the big night for Lucic.

Tuukka Rask: Win ‘feels good’ – Rich Thompson has Rask enjoying his first win of the season.

The story of why it didn’t work out for Nathan Horton in Florida – DJ Bean examines why Horton was a bad fit in Florida.

Krejci not ready, but getting closer – Kevin Paul Dupont’s notebook has David Krejci and Marc Savard getting closer to a return. The Herald notebook from Stephen Harris has Claude Julian with praise for Lucic. The notebook by Joe Haggerty has Johnny Boychuk feeling rusty in his first game back.

Sterling safety measures – Shalise Manza Young has Patrick Chung reminding those around him of Rodney Harrison and Lawyer Milloy.

Impacting the future of Patriots-Colts – Chung is one of the young players cited by Mike Reiss as a big player in the future of this rivalry.

Patriots defensive front set to play anywhere – Ian R Rapoport looks at the versatility of the Patriots D-Line.

Around The League – Week 10 – Jeremy Gottlieb goes around the league.

Pats defense needs to do 3 things to beat Colts – Robert Lee looks at what needs to happen for the Patriots defense on Sunday. Tom E. Curran thinks the Patriots have the advantage here.

Tully Banta-Cain thrown a changeup – Rapoport’s notebook has the linebacker trying to adjust to whatever the coaches ask of him. The Globe notebook from Shalise Manza Young has Tom Brady returning to practice yesterday. The notebook from Glen Farley has Javarris James returning to Foxborough. Lee’s Patriots Journal has Brady preferring Super Bowl rings to MVP trophies.

Shaquille O’Neal exceeds expectations – Dan Duggan has Shaq and the Celtics satisfied with their union.

Turkish rookie Semih Erden thankful for Shaq – Mark Murphy with a very good piece on how Shaq has helped rookie Semih Erden with his transition to the United States and NBA.

Celtics face task of stopping scoring machine Durant – Jim Fenton has the Celtics with the challenge of facing Kevin Durant at the Garden tonight.

Oden’s injury saga painful to hear about – Julian Benbow’s notebook has the news that Greg Oden will miss another season due to injury being taken hard by some of the Celtics.

Get Justin Upton to Boston – Michael Silverman says that the Diamondbacks outfielder is exactly the type of player the Red Sox should be trying to acquire.

What the GM Meetings taught us about the Red Sox – Rob Bradford with some thoughts from Florida.

He still gets a kick out of ’75 winner – Bob Ryan has WCVB sports anchor Mike Lynch still proud of his game winning kick for Harvard against Yale in 1975.

Where Is Deserved Outcry For The Colin Campbell Situation? My SBNation Boston media column looks at the lack of media outcry over the Colin Campbell situation.

Radio show looks good on NESN – Chad Finn thinks Dennis and Callahan look good on television.

4 thoughts on “Lucic, Rask Lead Bruins Over Panthers

  1. Bruce, is Dennis anything like Mike Adams in that he has a really thin skin? for some reason he comes across that way.


  2. bruce,
    i love belichick more than any other sports figure in history but this peter king comment is wayyyyy different than tomase article. tomase said it absolutely happened acording to his trusted sources. peter king is saying that according to his trusted sources, the colts THOUGHT this to be true.


    1. True but I still think he's giving validation to the notion – which is going to be blown out of proportion by others, I'm sure – that the Patriots had the visiting locker room "bugged" and this is the reason for their success at home.


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