Boston Bruins Play The Golden Knights After Frederic Scored Two Goals

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Boston Bruins vs. the Vegas Golden Knights (18-7-1, top of the Pacific Division) (20-3-0, first in the Atlantic Division) Boston Bruins ; Monday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Trent Frederic scored twice as the Boston Bruins defeated the Colorado Avalanche 5-1. The Boston Bruins  now host the Vegas Golden Knights. Boston Bruins  has a 20-3-0 overall record and a 14-0-0 record at home. With 106 total penalties, the Boston Bruins  are the ninth-ranked team in the NHL (averaging 4.6 per game). Vegas has an overall record of 18-7-1 and a road record of 11-2-1. In contests where they have less penalty minutes than their opponents, the Golden Knights are 11-3-0.

For the third time this year, the teams will meet on Monday. In the first meeting, the Boston Bruins  triumphed 5-2. Frederic scored two goals to lead the Boston Bruins .

BEST OPERATORS: For the Boston Bruins , David Pastrnak has 16 goals and 17 assists. Over the past 10 games, David Krejci has six goals and four assists.

For the Golden Knights, Jack Eichel has 13 goals and 16 assists. Over the past 10 games, Mark Stone has five goals and three assists.

BOSTON BRUINS : 9-1-0 over their last ten games, scoring an average of 3.9 goals, 7.4 assists, 4.9 penalties, and 12 penalty minutes while allowing 1.7 goals per contest.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS: 5-4-1; three goals, 4.9 assists, 3.3 penalties, and 7.5 penalty minutes are averaged per game while 2.9 goals are allowed.

Injury update for Craig Smith, Boston Bruins  (upper-body).

Brett Howden (lower body), Robin Lehner (hip), and Nolan Patrick are all out for the Golden Knights (upper body), Shea Weber is unavailable, and Alex Pietrangelo has personal obligations (ankle).

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