BOSTON (CBS) — Forward Matt Fraser has been such a revelation in his two games since the Bruins called him up from the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League, it’s easy to forget that the two players he’s skating with were on a bit of a roll before his arrival.
Center Carl Soderberg and right winger Loui Eriksson have built their chemistry over the past several months and were able to sustain a threat offensively in the playoffs even with a rotating cast of rookie Justin Florek, Jordan Caron and Daniel Paille skating to their left.
It’s just that now that Fraser’s been dropped into the scene, Soderberg and Eriksson are finally getting rewarded for their efforts.
Fraser famously scored the overtime game-winning goal in Game 4 on Thursday. Soderberg’s line then combined for six points in the Bruins’ 4-2 win in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference second-round…
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