FINAL SCORE: Bruins 2, Jets 1
IN BRIEF: Jake DeBrusk scored a power-play goal three minutes into the third period and Tuukka Rask made 37 saves the Bruins returned from their 10-day All-Star break and bye week with a throwback, fight-filled, 2-1 victory over the Jets in Winnipeg. BOX SCORE
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BRUINS RECORD: 30-10-12, 72 points (1st in Atlantic Division)
PATRIK LAINE GETS JETS ON BOARD 6 MINUTES IN:
BERGERON TIES IT IN 1ST ON POWER PLAY:
PASTRNAK FINDS DEBRUSK FOR THE LEAD ON PP IN 3RD:
@Minnesota Wild, Saturday, 8 p.m., NESN
Vs. Vancouver Canucks, Tuesday, 7 p.m., NESN
Have you ever been curious about who's responsible for Gordon Hayward's trademark hairdo? Have you wondered where other NBA stars around the league go to get their haircuts?
Look no further than Title City Barbers.
In the latest episode of Sports Jobs, NBC Sports Boston's own Chris Forsberg and Boston Celtics big man Enes Kanter go on a field trip to visit Kanter's barber, Josh Pereira.
Pereira talks about how he met Hayward and built a network of professional athletes that come to Title City Barbers for all their hairstyling needs.
"[Hayward's] wife got in touch with me on Instagram," Pereira said. "She shot me a message and from there, I've been cutting his hair ever since."
For more, check out the video above.
Episode two of Sports Jobs presented by Rodenhiser Home Services will make you hungry.
In this one, chef and entrepreneur Jawed Halepota explains how he got his start as a personal chef for some of the world's most popular athletes.
"I went to college in New York City and gained a very large network there," Halepota said. "Christine Harmon, Duron Harmon's wife, brought me in to cook for Duron's birthday party, I believe it was the day after they won the AFC Championship. The picture we took there with LeGarrette Blount, Martellus Bennett, and Devin McCourty really kind of got the ball rolling for me with the pro athletes.
That's when Halepota caught Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart's eye.
"Marcus' agent happened to see me in the photo," Halepota said. "We just got to talking. He let me know this is Marcus' contract year, he wants to really attack this thing seriously."
"Going into free agency, we were just like, 'We need this,'" said Smart. "And I was very adamant about doing it, so we hired Jawed and from then, it's history."
Halepota goes on to talk about how Smart got him connected with teammate Jaylen Brown, and gives a cooking lesson.
For more of an inside look at Halepota's life as a personal chef for pro athletes, check out the video above.