Bruins Look To Get Back In The Win Column.

Published October 23, 2018 at 2:46 PM

The Boston Bruins are looking to get back in the win column and break their current three game losing streak as they face the Senators in Ottawa tonight. 

Before heading to Western Canada, the Bruins had won four games in a row, and look to walk away with two points tonight while putting an end to the Senators four game win streak. 

"We need it. Everyone knows we can't come up empty-handed here tonight. I think we all know the impact, down the season, that one of these games can have on our team." said Bruins forward Ryan Donato.

Not only have the Bruins lost games during their current road trip, but they've also lost Torey Krug, Charlie McAvoy, Kevan Miller and David Backes to injury during the trip. 

The Bruins first line has been the only real threat recently and Brad Marchand has 12 points in his last seven games.

Senators head coach Guy Boucher stated the team will be heavily focused on the Bruins' first line of Marchand-Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak. 

Tuukka Rask gets the start for the Bruins while Craig Anderson gets the start for the Sens for the game which you can watch on NESN.

Here's a look at tonight's full projected lineups for both teams:

Bruins projected lineup


Brad Marchand -- Patrice Bergeron -- David Pastrnak

Danton Heinen -- David Krejci -- Jake DeBrusk

Chris Wagner -- Joakim Nordstrom -- Anders Bjork

Ryan Donato -- Sean Kuraly -- Noel Acciari


Zdeno Chara -- Brandon Carlo

John Moore -- Steven Kampfer

Matt Grzelcyk -- Urho Vaakanainen


Tuukka Rask

Senators projected lineup


Mikkel Boedker -- Matt Duchene -- Colin White

Ryan Dzingel -- Chris Tierney -- Mark Stone

Magnus Paajarvi -- Zack Smith -- Tom Pyatt

Alex Formenton -- Paul Carey -- Bobby Ryan


Thomas Chabot -- Dylan DeMelo

Mark Borowiecki -- Chris Wideman

Maxime Lajoie -- Christian Jaros


Craig Anderson

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