Sports

Christopher L. Gasper

Throwing a net around the Bruins’ problems

The Bruins started the season with a Stanley Cup hangover, and once again they’re playing like they’re under the influence. This time it looks like Ambien, not championship champagne.

The endearing, heady, hard-working hockey team we’ve come to know and love has been replaced by a bumbling bunch that literally can’t get out of its own way - if you saw the fifth Florida goal in Thursday night’s disheartening 6-2 loss to the Panthers you know what I mean - and whose goalies can’t get in the way of the puck.

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