Danton Heinen

Danton Heinen

Height/Weight: 6' 2"/195 lbs
Born: Langley, Canada
Draft: 2014 4th round (116th pick) by the
Shoots: L

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    After scoring the winning goal in overtime against the Maple Leafs last night, Brad Marchand has caught fire. The Bruins' captain notched a natural hat trick, scoring all three goals in quick succession in the third period against the Blue Jackets on Sunday. The second was a well-timed wrist shot that put the Bruins ahead with 14:23 remaining in the third period. Charlie McAvoy and James van Riemsdyk picked up assists.


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    The Sharks (5-16-2) have yet to win on the road this season. After an opening 20 minutes where they barely kept their heads above water, the Bruins came out flying and feisty in the second, looking more like the team that has been atop the NHL standings most of this season and less like the club that looked sleepy and sloppy in losses to the Red Wings, Rangers, and Blue Jackets. “You give up 17 goals in three games and we didn't look anything like ourselves,” said coach Jim Montgomery. “I'd like to believe I said something that invigorated them and made them better,” said Montgomery.