Bruins beat Coyotes 6-3 for 19th straight win in series

BOSTON (AP) — Derek Forbort scored the tiebreaking target with 9:29 left in the 3rd length, and the Boston Bruins received their house opener 6-3 over Arizona on Saturday night time, beating the Coyotes for the 19th straight time.

It’s the Bruins’ longest profitable streak in membership historical past towards any opponent, with their remaining loss towards the Coyotes approaching Oct. 9, 2010, in Prague.

The Bruins have received their first two video games to start out their 99th season underneath new trainer Jim Montgomery, who was once changed the fired Bruce Cassidy.

The Coyotes erased a 3-1 deficit early in the 3rd length when Josh Brown scored at 2:58 and Shayne Gostisbehere beat goaltender Jeremy Swayman between the pads on a breakaway for a short-handed target rather less than 3 mins later.

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