Boston Bruins Shine In Florida, Krejci's Three Assists Lift Bruins to 4-0 Win

Shawn OwensAnalyst IDecember 7, 2008

Two games in Florida this week and two wins.

Thursday night against the horribly owned and run Tampa Bay Lightning, the Bruins played a terrible first period, only to wake up for the second and third periods to win the game.

Last night, the Bruins went south to play the Panthers and the outcome was a 4-0 win for the Bruins fourth win in a row and posting a 16-2-1 in their last 19 games.

Manny Fernandez won his seventh game in a row last night and he's the back up.

Phil Kessel keeps his hot scoring streak alive with his team leading 16th goal of the season. 

David Kejci continues to become an NHL force posting three assists in the 4-0 shutout. Krejci has an eight-game point streak.

The Bruins (18-4-4, 40 points) first place in the Eastern Conference, will return back to the Hub of Hockey in Boston on Monday night when they take on again a horribly owned and run Tampa Bay Lightning.