Boston is playing the last game vs. Minnesota Wild at the TD Garden tomorrow night before going on the road trip to NYC, Detroit and then to Florida.
The Wild team is one of the youngest NHL franchises and, ironically, they are Boston’s worst opponent in the Leagues based on statistics for the currently playing NHL teams. The Minnesota Wild even bypassed Montreal, the biggest rival of the Bruins.
Top 5 All-Time Worst-Head-to Head Opponents for Boston Bruins in the NHL*
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Note: * Based on PTS% – Points percentage (i.e., points divided by maximum points)
On the cover: Dennis Seidenberg #44 the Boston Bruins and Zach Parise #11 of the Minnesota Wild in action in front of the Bruins’ net.