Bruins guarding against 'complacency' and 'satisfaction' during long winning stretch

Bruins guarding against 'complacency' and 'satisfaction' during long winning stretch

The Bruins continued their winning ways with a solid 5-1 win over the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden on Wednesday that marked their season-high fifth win in a row. It was a game where the defense held strong to just a single goal allowed while keeping the Senators away from the front of the net, and where Tuukka Rask stood up to stop 25 shots including a couple of very good saves in the second period when the B's defense softened a little bit. The Bruins also never trailed during the entire 60-minute affair with secondary offense from Kevan Miller on the back end as well as a combined four goals from the B's third line of Danton Heinen, Riley Nash and David Backes.

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