It's been an absolutely great start to the season for the Boston Bruins and some of their key players.
The Bruins currently hold the second best record in all the NHL with 22 points in 13 games just three points behind the Washington Capitals who have played three more games than Boston.
Forward David Pastrnak is tearing apart the NHL, leading the league in goals and points while Tuukka Rask leads the league in save percentage.
Another player who's had a great start to the season is Brad Marchand.
Marchand registered another goal and assist on the weekend and now has assists in 11 straight games.
It's the first time a Bruin has put together such a streak since Marc Savard did it back in 2007 who did it for 12 games.
Brad Marchand became the first @NHLBruins player to record an assist streak of 11+ games since Marc Savard from Nov. 10 – Dec. 6, 2007 (2-17—19 in 12 GP). More #NHLStats: https://t.co/NNz7cMHDPe pic.twitter.com/dySFcAqtQz
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) November 3, 2019