BOSTON (CBS) — Last year is officially in the past, and it’s now time for the 2013-14 season to begin for the Boston Bruins.
Though it’s no easy task to come back strong after a crushing loss in the Stanley Cup Final and a very short summer to follow, the Bruins have shown no signs that they’re entering the season haggard or worn out.
Collectively, the Bruins entered camp with plenty of energy and optimism. An infusion of new players by Peter Chiarelli helped ensure that spirits and competition levels would remain high, and the team has displayed the confidence that comes from being a top team in the league.
The preseason is only that — the preseason — but still, a 6-1-0 record is an impressive showing. That the Bruins’ only loss came when 19-year-old Malcolm Subban got the start in net against the Red Wings makes the record…
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