“There Are No Floaters”: Unstoppable Bruins Give Another Breathtaking Performance for NHL Fans to Rejoice

Published 01/20/2023, 10:15 AM EST

The Boston Bruins won again. The ice hockey team has been able to project continuous wins. Just a couple of days before, they secured a huge win against Philadelphia Flyers by scoring 6–0. And now, they hold on to their winning streak succeeding New York Islanders by three goals. Will they be able to carve their names in this year’s Stanley Cup?  This is a question that is most awaited by the audience, and they virtually share their thoughts about the situation that the Bruins are in for the real deal.

Lately, the NHL shared a video on their YouTube channel announcing the winner, the Bruins over the Islanders. As comments started to pour in as soon as the video was made public, the fans excitedly shared their take on the game.

Fans reacted to Boston Bruins’s latest with against New York Islanders

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On Wednesday, the Boston Bruins embarked on the New York Islanders with a 4–1 win. The defensemen contributed their hearts to earn their third win in a row. Linus Ullmark is in his form and has served well as a brick wall to make a mark this season. Overjoyed by the game, the fans flooded the comment section of the video while applauding the winners.

 

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They praised their favorite team and said, “Man I love this team I have been cheering for this team since 1973(when I was 5) Ive never swayed even during the not so good years. So Proud. Of this great team I bleed Black and Gold Forever my team.” One fan wrote, “If there was ever a year to go all in at the trade deadline, this is the year for the Bruins. Would love to see another big defenseman added to the mix for the playoff grind.”

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Commenting on the overall performance of the team, a fan wrote, “Another great win for the Bruins! You gotta love this team and how they have such depth and teamwork.” Another commented, “Good start to the season to be a Bruins fan living in Ontario , Canada…. Hopefully we can continue it into the playoffs and have a Toronto matchup ( my two favorite teams)”

 

Indeed the unreal performance by the team amazed the viewers. This led many to assign the Boston Bruins team as the unbeatable team this year. One wrote, “It’s been a nice streak for the bruins. Good way to close it off.” Another wrote, “Bruins unstoppable this year!” Further, fans also wrote, “The Bruins Are Playing Like The The 96 Chicago Bulls Unstoppable!”,“B’s are just un’B’eatable…never seen them play so well.”

What awaits next for the Bruins?

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Some remain skeptical of hailing the Bruins as the Stanly Cup champ as there are plenty face off left until the finals. Controlling their emotions, one wrote, “They have 38 regular season games left and have to win 27 of them to tie Detroit and Tampa Bay for the most wins. I think they are going to set a new record!” As aptly put, Bruins have a long way to go as high-voltage forthcoming matches await them. The next list of opponents is as follows, New York Rangers, San Jose Sharks, Montreal Canadiens, Florida Panthers, and so on.

Though they remained undefeated for the past four matches, it will be a challenge to consistently remain unbeatable. Boston has the ability to intimidate the fans by providing nail-biting moments. The supporters are on their toes and overwhelmed to watch the next enticing match.

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Will the winning streak of the Boston Bruins remain unbroken for a couple of forthcoming matches? Come back for updates.

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Soumili Chatterjee

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Soumili Chatterjee is a US Sports author for EssentiallySports. She secured her bachelor’s and master's degree in English literature from the University of Calcutta. After being a technical and blog writer for nearly three years, it was her ardent love for sports that steered her career toward the sports industry.

Edited By: Jahnabi Choudhury

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