Bruins set impressive NHL record by extending unbeaten streak at home


The Boston Bruins have been simply unbeatable at home this season, and on Friday afternoon they set a new NHL record.

The B's overcame a 2-0 deficit and beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 in overtime at TD Garden. David Pastrnak's goal in OT was the difference.

The victory improved Boston's home record to 12-0-0, which is a new league record for the most consecutive home wins to begin a single season.

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The Bruins entered Friday tied with the 2021-22 Florida Panthers and 1963-64 Chicago Blackhawks for the best home win streak to start a campaign at 11-0-0.

Not only are the Bruins winning every game at TD Garden, they've barely trailed in the process. The B's have led for 401:14 of ice time and trailed for just 57:05 during their 12 home games.

Boston owns the league's best record overall at 18-3-0 (36 points). The Original Six club has a few days off before hosting the Tampa Bay Lightning next Tuesday.