BOSTON — One thing interim coach Bruce Cassidy emphasized when he took over the Bruins was that he wanted his defensemen to look to do more offensively.
It worked well in his second game.
David Pastrnak scored the tiebreaking goal with two minutes left in the third period, defensemen Colin Miller and Kevan Miller each had a goal and Boston won its second straight under Cassidy with a 4-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday.
"We've asked them to get involved," Cassidy said. "It's a matter of finding them and matter of finishing."
Kevan Miller knows it's a fine line between when to go to the offensive end or stay back....