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TweetPinShare0 Shares BOSTON — Coming off a disappointing loss, Boston coach Claude Julien felt his team would play better on March 12. And Julien got exactly what he was looking for from his Bruins.David Pastrnak scored two goals and Tuukka Rask made 25 saves, leading Boston to a 3-1 victory over the New York Islanders.The Bruins were coming off a 3-2 overtime loss to Carolina on March 10, and Julien said right afterward that he thought his team would play much better against the Islanders, another team jockeying for position in the Eastern Conference. The Atlantic Division leaders responded with their fifth win in seven games.“We knew we were going to get a pretty hungry Islanders team and we were going to get the best of them,” Julien said, “so it was important for us to be on top of our game right from the drop of the puck.”Loui Eriksson added a goal and two assists for the Bruins, who have won their last five games against the Islanders.Pastrnak’s point-blank wrist shot beat Thomas Greiss for a 2-1 lead with 8.9 seconds left in the second period. He slid his 12th goal of the season under Greiss with 2:34 remaining in the third.Each of the Bruins’ three goals occurred in the final three minutes of a period.“(It’s always good) to help our line get a chance in the end (of periods),” Pastrnak said. “I think we had a pretty good game, you know we had a lot of opportunities to score even before.”New York Captain John Tavares scored his 200th career goal, becoming the 11th player in franchise history to reach the mark.“I didn’t really have any idea until maybe a couple days ago, found out I was one away,” Tavares said. “So, you know, it’s 200, and hopefully I can get another couple hundred.”Greiss stopped 28 shots in his first regulation loss since Jan. 2 after entering with a 7-0-2 record in his last nine starts. Greiss is filling for Jaroslav Halak, who is expected to miss at least six weeks with a lower-body injury.Eriksson dragged a puck around Greiss for a power-play goal late in the first. It was Eriksson’s 26th of the season.New York pulled even on Tavares’ backhand goal midway through the second. He also has 26 goals this season.The Islanders outshot the Bruins 9-6 in the final period.“Going to have to learn in this league that if (you) don’t manage the puck and you want to give up unforced error(s), you’re not going to win,” New York coach Jack Capuano said. “End of story.”(GETHIN COOLBAUGH)
All eyes will be on Virat Kohli’s leadership when India walk out at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the second T20 International against Australia on Friday. Some glaring tactical blunders cost India dearly as they went down to the hosts by four runs (DLS) in a rain-truncated match.However, there will be no margin for errors against an Australian team that is starting to believe it can compete. It was only one match but the Aussies showed they can take the fight to their more fancied opponents. They were without Steve Smith and David Warner (as they will be for the rest of the Australian summer) against an Indian team which had won 10 of the previous 16 T20Is between the two teams. Australia had won only five.India had won the toss on a what looked like a belter of a pitch but their playing XI had raised some immediate questions. Yuzvendra Chahal has been one of the most successful bowlers in T20 Internationals this year – yet, he was left out as India went in with Krunal Pandya whose left-arm spin cost India 55 runs in four overs.With the bat, Krunal lasted only four balls so it would be unfair to really assess his role there.Read – Melbourne T20I: Will India replace Krunal Pandya with Yuzvendra Chahal?The Australian line-up is packed with hard-hitting batsmen and it could be worthwhile to try Chahal out. If Kohli does want to go in with a specialist all-rounder, chances are Washington Sundar might get a game.advertisementBesides, the batsmen really need to sharpen their game. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli had a rare off day but Shikhar Dhawan needed more support. Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik revived India’s hopes but the former’s untimely dismissal made it more complicated for India.Also read – India have a lot of problems that need to be solved: Harbhajan SinghFor starters though, Kohli needs to get back to his usual No.3 spot.Australia, meanwhile, will be thrilled with their performance. Marcus Stoinis played a brilliant all-round role. Adam Zampa was sensational with his leg spin and the batting group stepped up collectively.Also read – Virat Kohli wants India to ‘learn from mistakes’ after heartbreaking Gabba defeatIndia flew out to Australia with their eyes firmly on the Test series but a strong show in the T20Is could work wonders for their confidence before the real battle starts. With the series now on the line, it is now important India no commit the glaring errors from Wednesday.