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NHL issues a statement on Bruins captain Brad Marchand

Published April 28, 2024 at 12:19

Last night, Brad Marchand made history for the Bruins in the playoffs. His goal marked his 56th in the postseason for the Boston Bruins, surpassing Cam Neely's record of 55 goals.

Brad Marchand has surpassed Cam Neely (55) for the most playoff goals in
@NHLBruins history and has helped his club skate to a 3-0 lead. #StanleyCup

Scoring when it matters most. 💪

Brad Marchand has scored his 56th #StanleyCup Playoffs goal, putting him first all-time in @NHLBruins history! 🐻

Marchand's goal also sealed the victory for the Bruins, as they defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 in Game 4 of the series.

With this win, the Bruins now lead the series 3-1 and have a chance to advance to the next round. As they head back to Boston for the next game, they'll be looking to capitalize on their momentum and potentially eliminate the Leafs from the playoffs.

Marchand's performance and milestone goal have undoubtedly boosted the team's confidence as they aim for further success in the postseason.
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NHL issues a statement on Bruins captain Brad Marchand

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