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  • Poll: Boston Bruins player of the week 11/7-11/13


    Poll: Boston Bruins player of the week 11/7-11/13

    Joe Makarski November 14, 2010
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    Photo: Bridget Samuels/Ikeastan Hockey

    Despite going 1-1-1 this past week — and looking like the Night of the Living Dead during the latter part — there were a select few among this Boston Bruins squad that showed up ready to play.

    Mark Recchi: 1-2-3 plus-2 (PPG), 1 fight, 11 SOG, 8 hits
    Patrice Bergeron: 0-3-3 (1 PPP), plus-2, won 40-of-62 face-offs (64.5%(
    Tim Thomas: 1-1-0, 73-of-79, 3.02 GAA, .924 SV%
    Zdeno Chara: 2-0-2, plus-1 10 SOG

    Although not seen on the box score, Andrew Ference has seen played exceptionally well for the Bruins since Johnny Boychuk’s absence. His minutes increase by about five minutes per game, and has been the go-to-guy on the blueline on the team’s penalty-kill.

    Dennis Seidenberg quietly posted an assists, nine shots on goal, eight hits, and a team-leading 12 blocked shots this past week. No. 44 remains in the top-10 in blocked shots across the NHL.
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