Bruins’ makeshift top line could carry them to new heights

“I feel good,” said Ryder. “Ever since the first part of the season, I wanted to get off to a good start. I have a tendency to start off slow and this year I came into camp wanting to do that. I feel like so far I’ve done that I’ve got to make sure I just stay consistent for the whole season.”

With Savard and Horton matching his intensity level over the last week, Ryder seems even more dangerous on the attack. A bounce here or there over the next couple games and the Ryder-Savard-Horton line will be impossible to break up.

The Bruins are eagerly anticipating Lucic’s imminent return to the lineup, but his absence created a top line for them that might provide the type of firepower they need to claim a high seed in the Eastern Conference.

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