“Thornton brings that intensity, that veteran presence. ‘Soupy,’ he’s a calm center man. And I just tried to bring as much speed as I can to attack the opposing players,” Paille said. “We read off each other very well.”
Bruins forward Jaromir Jagr took to the ice following Game 2 against the Rangers on Sunday to get some extra work in. That’s not all he was doing, however, after the team’s 5-2 win against New York.
Jagr also spent time after the game hanging out with a group of children. The group of 20 kids, which are all members of the Boys and Girls Club, are also children of Boston first responders. Jagr invited the children as a thank you for their parents’ dedication and service.