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BOSTON GLOBE

Amalie Benjamin: Bruins’ scoring woes continue in loss to Kings

“They know that despite the excellent effort, the chances that they’re getting, they’re not scoring enough. They’re not doing what it takes to win, especially against some of the best teams in the league.”

BOSTON HERALD

Stephen Harris: Bruins Quick-ly fall to 0-2 on road trip

“While the Bruins were playing for the second time in 24 hours, the Kings hadn’t played since losing at home Saturday to Chicago. The B’s hoped the two days off between games might have dulled the home team.”

CSNNE.COM

Joe Haggerty: Svedberg a bright spot in Bruins’ loss to Kings

“Svedberg made 33 saves in the defeat, which dropped him to 3-4-0 for the season, and he absolutely stood on his head in the first period when the Kings — who at one point had a nearly 90-second, 5-on-3 advantage — fired 16 shots at the Boston net.”

Joe Haggerty: Another nothing night for Bruins against Kings

“The lack of production also puts a large emphasis on capitalizing on scoring chances, and that’s something the Bruins failed to do against the Kings.”

BOSTON.COM

Jeff Pini: The Only Thing You Need to Know About the Bruins’ Loss to the Kings

“After a mostly quiet 40 minutes, the Bruins finally woke up in the third period and generated several strong scoring chances, but couldn’t put the puck in the net.”

DAYS OF Y’ORR

Jon: The Quick and the Dead Offense. BRUINS LOSE.

“Svedberg played what was probably the best game of his young career. He saved the B’s collective ass on that long 5 on 3 in the first period and stood on his head all game.”