The Bruins (32-24-6) are set to take on the Arizona Coyotes (22-32-7) tonight, for the second and final time this season. The Bruins won the last match up between the two teams, 2-1, back in November. The Coyotes are coming off a 3-2 win against Buffalo on Sunday, after losing their previous two. The Bruins are also coming off a win Sunday against the Dallas stars, closing out their Western Conference road trip 3-1. The Bruins are currently ranked 3rd in the Atlantic, while the Coyotes sit in last place in the Pacific.

Where to Watch

Forwards

Marchand- Bergeron- Backes

Cehlarik- Krejci- Pastrnak

Vatrano- Spooner- Hayes

Beleskey- Moore- Schaller

Defense

Carlo-Chara

Krug- McQuaid

K.Miller – C.Miller

Goal tending

Tuukka Rask

Anton Khudobin

What to Watch For

The Bruins have seemingly found their offensive game under new head coach Bruce Cassidy, who now has 6 wins out of 7 games. The Bruins have scored first in their last four games. Players from all lines have been contributing to the offense, with Marchand leading the league in goals and points since January 1st. He currently sits 5th in the league for points overall, and is tied for 8th in goals overall. The Bruins have also continued to have a strong penalty kill, currently ranked 2nd in the NHL overall.

The Coyotes have had a hard time finding their game this season. With the trade deadline right around the corner, the Coyotes have been making a lot of moves. The biggest move being their lead goal scorer Martin Hanzal being traded to Minnesota for 3 draft picks. This will mark their first game without him. Teemu Pulkkinen was also acquired from the Wild in a separate deal and will be joining the team on their road trip. Pulkkinen was originally a 4th round pick for the Detriot Red Wings in 2010.

Puck drops at 7 pm in Boston.