NHL hockey game Boston – Detroit, March 11, 2023. Boston players celebrate Patrice Bergeron's goal.
New York – Thanks to Tomáš Nosko's assistance, the Boston hockey players defeated Detroit 3:2 and won their fiftieth win in the NHL season. It took them 64 games, which is a new overseas league record. The maximum so far was 66 games, which the Red Wings needed in the 1995/96 season and also Tampa Bay in the 2018/19 year to reach the round goal.
The Bruins made a great turnaround, after they couldn't handle the situation with an uneven number of players on the ice in the opening five minutes. First, they got a goal from Andrew Copp on their own power play, then they conceded after a shot by Alex Chiasson.
But the sovereigns of the competition equalized in the second period thanks to Hampus Lindholm and captain Patrice Bergeron within 88 seconds. In the 54th minute, Garnet Hathaway scored from the penalty spot after an action in which Nosek also participated. Boston is back on a winning streak after Thursday's loss to Edmonton ended its 10-game winning streak.
After in the three matches in which he scored, David Pastrňák, the most productive Czech in the competition, remained scoreless this time. Neither teammates David Krejčí and Pavel Zacha, nor in the opponent's jersey David Kubalík or Filip Zadina, made their mark.
Boston – Detroit 3:2 (0:2, 2: 0, 1:0)
Goals: 33. Lindholm, 35. Bergeron, 54. Hathaway (Nosek) – 2. Copp, 5. Chiasson. Shots on goal: 38:32. Spectators: 17,850. Stars of the match: 1. Hathaway, 2. Ullmark, 3. McAvoy (all Boston)