4:21 PM EDT, Mon May 30, 2016
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 11, 2016

Bruins found offense that was missing last year

After shooting woes of last year, some were worried that the Bruins would struggle to score goals, That was not the case, as they finished top five in the league in scoring In stark contrast to last year's goal scoring woes, which were largely driven by personal shooting percentages that were far lower than what could reasonably been expected (seriously, Gregory Campbell was the only Bruin with 100+ career shots heading into that year who shot above his career average. He scored 6 goals), the Bruins had very little issues scoring in the 2015-16 season. They found themselves fifth in the...