Bruins Bjork Nets First Goal Against Coyotes

GLENDALE, AZ – OCTOBER 14: Anders Bjork #10, Charlie McAvoy #73 and Danton Heinen #43 of the Boston Bruins celebrate a third period goal against Louis Domingue #35 of the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena on October 14, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona. Bruins won 6-2. (Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images)

By: Mark Allred                 Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The Boston Bruins put aside the mediocre effort they displayed when they played the Colorado Avalanche twice last week with a solid showing last night with a 6-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes. The Bruins have now won ten straight games against the Desert Dogs and look to continue last night’s success when they play the new Las Vegas Golden Knights franchise for the first time tonight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Although, there were many highlight goals that could be mentioned during the offensive beatdown the B’s gave the Yotes last night, one rookie player on this Bruins team deserves an honorable mention for getting his first National Hockey League goal. It only took four games for Anders Bjork to notch his first career goal and it was a beauty late in the third period as the young talented winger fires a power-play goal past Coyotes netminder Louis Domingue from the right offensive circle after a creative pass through traffic from fellow rookie Jake DeBrusk. These two players connected back on October, 5th, during the seasons first game against the Nashville Predators at TD Garden when Bjork was the primary assist on DeBrusk’s first career goal.

( Above Photo Credit:   NHL .com/BostonBruins .com )

Below are some Tweets from fans and hockey writers about the accomplishment of the young player with tremendous upside.

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About Mark Allred Jr

Long-time Boston Bruins fan and former beer league goaltender for over 30-years on the ice, Inline, and Dek-Hockey throughout New England. Retired and needed a hobby so writing about the B's talent in the lower levels of developmental hockey is my favorite topic and main focus. It's important to know about tomorrow's stars today in my opinion.
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