‘Nobody cares’ about Bruins’ dressing room record

The Boston Bruins is on track to challenge the NHL records for wins and points by a team in a regular season. But the star is running Brad Marchand say it’s the last thing on their mind.

“People have talked a lot about some of these records, that we have the ability to achieve or that we have. No one cares about the people in this room. We could care less about any of these records. any season record. Because they really don’t mean anything,” Marchand told ESPN on Wednesday.

Through 56 matches, the Bruins team is gaining 133 points, surpassing the whole 1976-77 season Canada Canada‘ a record of 132 points was set in an 80-game season. Boston is also on track for 63 wins, breaking the record of 62 wins in a single season shared by 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings and 2018-19 Lightning Bay Tampa.

“Before we got through this season, if you asked anyone on this team who owned any of those records, nobody would know, because nobody cares. Because that’s not the case. is the regular season,” said Marchand. “As soon as someone brings it up, it goes in one ear and out the other.”

That Lightning team was famous for setting a record for regular season points before being wiped out in the first round. Columbus blue jacketlowest seed in the Eastern Conference.

Marchand says the Bruins family is aware of it – the Boston winger Nick Foligno was a member of that Columbus group — but the Bruins “didn’t spend a lot of time and energy on that conversation.”

In fact, he said, the Bruins barely looked at the rankings.

“If you win the Presidents’ Trophy but you don’t win the Cup, nobody cares. That’s what we know on this team,” said Marchand, who is promoting Twisted Tea’s limited edition Frozen Cherry. know this week.

When the Lightning lost to Columbus, coach Jon Cooper lamented that his team hadn’t played a meaningful game in months before entering the post-season. Despite Boston falling behind in the Atlantic Division (13 points) and Eastern Conference rankings (7 points), Marchand believes the Bruins will not fall into the same trap as Tampa Bay did.

“This is the time of year when teams are really pushing for playoffs and leaderboard positions. Every game counts for them. It’s going to push us to play some playoffs. really stressful. We’re looking forward to that challenge,” he said. “We want to win every game. We’ll make sure we’re prepared for the knockout stages.”

The Bruins will play at Seattle Kraken on Thursday night.


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